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Restaurants near National World War II Memorial

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A photo of Old Ebbitt Grill restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(28815)
Price: Expensive
• American • Downtown
Booked 268 times today
Founded in 1856, Old Ebbitt Grill is Washington, DC's oldest saloon and a must-visit destination for locals and tourists alike. Situated in the heart of the city, just steps from The White House, this historic landmark boasts a timeless blend of classic American cuisine and unparalleled hospitality. Old Ebbitt Grill promises a memorable visit filled with a warm ambiance and a seasonal menu spanning from freshly shucked oysters to house-made pastas and perfectly prepared steaks & chops. In addition to Lunch and Dinner service, Old Ebbitt Grill offers daily Oyster Happy Hours, Weekday Breakfast, and Weekend Brunch.
A photo of Founding Farmers DC: Foggy Bottom restaurant
4.4
Awesome(33974)
Price: Moderate
• American • Foggy Bottom
Booked 302 times today
Our award-winning Founding Farmers DC flagship restaurant – located just three blocks west of the White House on Pennsylvania Avenue – has been a destination for locals and tourists alike since 2008. Open 365 days a year, our culinary crew crafts dishes and drinks from scratch with simple, high-quality ingredients from farmers and suppliers we know and trust. Join us for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, weekday happy hour, and a la carte weekend brunch. Majority owned by American family farmers, including the more than 50,000 farmers of the North Dakota Farmers Union, our restaurant is guided by a very simple principal: we see and share everything Through The Eyes Of The Farmer.™ We actively care about our guests, our communities, the planet, and the next generation. This all comes together in our everyday neighborhood restaurant.
A photo of The Hamilton restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(11408)
Price: Expensive
• American • Downtown
Booked 147 times today
The Hamilton, located in the heart of Washington, DC, is a vibrant restaurant known for its diverse American cuisine and lively atmosphere. Boasting an expansive menu that includes fresh seafood, savory steaks, and inventive sushi, it caters to a wide range of tastes. The Hamilton also features an impressive bar with handcrafted cocktails and an extensive wine list, perfect for pairing with any meal. With its spacious dining areas and a music venue hosting live music performances, The Hamilton offers a unique dining experience that blends culinary excellence with entertainment. Enjoy daily Sushi Happy Hour, lunch, dinner, brunch, and late night service. Across the street from the Treasury building, the W Hotel, and the Willard Hotel.
A photo of Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab - Washington DC restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(9694)
Price: Very Expensive
• Seafood • Downtown
Booked 102 times today
Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab is the culmination of a partnership between Lettuce Entertain You and Joe's Stone Crab, the legendary seafood restaurant of Miami Beach. Joe's features an extensive selection of seafood, flown in fresh daily, to complement the world's finest Florida Stone Crab claws. Joe's also features signature Prime steaks, hand-carved by master butchers, such as the 24 oz. Bone-In Rib Eye or Bone-in Filet Mignon. Matched with Joe's famous side dishes, dinner only gets better when capped with a slice of key lime pie.
A photo of The Bazaar by José Andrés - DC restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(591)
Price: Very Expensive
• Spanish • Penn Quarter
Booked 81 times today
Set in the Waldorf Astoria Washington DC, The Bazaar is the culmination of a 30-year dream for Chef José Andrés. Drawing inspiration from this iconic location, which first opened in 1899 and served as DC’s General Post Office until 1914, The Bazaar is a multi-level destination reinvented with avant-garde and Americana-inspired decor.
A photo of La Grande Boucherie - DC restaurant
4.0
Excellent(393)
Price: Very Expensive
• French • Washington
Booked 100 times today
Located at 699 14th Street on the coveted corner of 14th and G Street NW, La Grande Boucherie is situated on the most high-profile street in Washington D.C., just one block away from the White House. The restaurant is built in elegant and ornamental Art Nouveau style, evoking the sense of optimism from the turn of the 20th century. The brasserie’s menu features both classic and modern French dishes, with focus on the meat program, raw bar and extravagant large-format meats, ideal for sharing and celebrating. Mahogany wood and glass partitions divide the gargantuan space to create intimate dining experiences. These pieces are adorned in gilded accents and uniquely curved arches inspired by the 20th-century Art Nouveau movement of Paris. The main dining room highlights a massive curved bar with a metal top imported from Paris, a signature piece of Boucherie.
A photo of VUE Rooftop at Hotel Washington restaurant
4.2
Awesome(98)
Price: Very Expensive
• American • Washington
Booked 62 times today
Perched above the Hotel Washington, experience VUE Rooftop, an artfully designed destination that brings the outside world in. Offering unparalleled views of the White House and Washington Monument, VUE pairs the effervescent energy of D.C.'s skyline with seasonal cocktails, elegant plates, and a stylish ambiance like no other.
A photo of Al Dente restaurant
4.5
Awesome(1312)
Price: Moderate
• Italian • Tenleytown
Booked 6 times today
Guests can enjoy fresh house-made pasta, fresh fish and meat offerings along with Italian desserts. Al Dente also showcases Neapolitan pizza from the restaurant’s centerpiece oven.
A photo of Cafe Du Parc restaurant
4.4
Awesome(2478)
Price: Expensive
• Contemporary French • Downtown
Booked 22 times today
Located in the heart of Washington, D.C., steps from the National Mall, and across from Pershing Park, a national park home to the new World War I Memorial, Café du Parc is reminiscent of a Parisian-inspired sidewalk café. Nestled between The White House and the U.S. Capitol, surrounded by the sights and sounds of the nation’s capital, Café du Parc’s seasonal outside terrace remains a trendy locale for al fresco dining by both visitors and Washington, D.C. locals alike.Paying homage to traditional French cooking, the restaurant offers diners various culinary creations from coffee and pastries at its coffee shop, Le Café, to breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch on Sunday on its outside terrace or inside the main dining room. We gladly pay for your parking with the Willard Hotel Vallet, or in the Willard Garage when joining us for dinner.Seatings are restricted to 90 minutes.
A photo of Ocean Prime - Washington D.C. restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(4140)
Price: Very Expensive
• Seafood • Downtown
Booked 37 times today
Located in the historic Colorado Building at 1341 G Street NW and just steps away from the White House,Ocean Prime is a nationally acclaimed, dynamic seafood & steakhouse from the award-winning Cameron Mitchell Restaurants. Ocean Prime delivers an elevated experience with exceptional ambiance, a chef-curated menu, signature handcrafted cocktails, Wine Spectator honored wine list and genuine hospitality. Reservations are recommended.Ocean Prime strives to provide an elegant, fine dining atmosphere. Our associates’ priority is to ensure your experience is memorable. We ask for attire that is both polished and suited to our restaurant.THANK YOU FOR NOT WEARING: Clothing emitting excessive marijuana odor Excessively revealing clothing or exposed undergarments Clothing with offensive language or graphics Admittance to Ocean Prime is at the discretion of management who reserves the right to refuse service to patrons who are inappropriately dressed.

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  • OpenTable Diner
    Washington, D.C. Area •3 reviews
    5.0
    Dined 2 days ago
    We were late for a reservation but they were nice about it. Got a table right away. It is very noisy which we are ok with but someone who wants to have deep Convo on a Saturday night may not want to be here unless you get a booth. Food came out incredibly fast. it is sad we now have to pay for bread as an appetizer on the menu, but that seems to be life these days.
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    The HamiltonPrice: Expensive• American• Downtown
    4.6
  • ReginaC
    Mobile •1 review
    5.0
    Dined 4 days ago
    Service was excellent and food was amazing. We had an adult family of 3 and since we were staying in a hotel we didn’t want leftovers so we shared 6 stone crab legs for appetizer, the 16oz ribeye, 1 1/2lb king crab legs, house salad and broccolini. The stone crab legs were already cracked and they cut open the king crab legs at table side. Both of them were still a little messy to eat but very worth it and they give you lemon and warm cloth to wash your hands after. The steak was already sliced which made it easy to share and it melted in my mouth. The house salad was delicious and perfect size for 3 people. We got some kind of coconut cake that was also amazing and also enough for the 3 of us. Overall, it was a perfect amount for our family and no one left hungry.
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    Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab - Washington DCPrice: Very Expensive• Seafood• Downtown
    4.8
  • jgoodman888vip
    Washington, D.C. Area •55 reviews
    5.0
    Dined 6 days ago
    We had a great booth straight back which was a little quieter than most of the room. Mike M was patient and did not rush us but was attentive and responsive to several dietary requests. The grilled salmon and salmon salad were both perfect. despite the crush of tourists, service was smooth from start to finish.
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    Old Ebbitt GrillPrice: Expensive• American• Downtown
    4.8
  • OpenTable Diner
    Washington, D.C. Area •1 review
    5.0
    Dined 7 days ago
    My grandma and I arrived at the founding farmer at 6:30 and our reservation was at 6:30. We had to wait 30 minutes because the place was packed. Aside from that the food, ambience and service was amazing. Even though it was busy the waitress was kind and patient. We also didn’t have to wait long for our food to come and the bill was under $50.
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    Founding Farmers DC: Foggy BottomPrice: Moderate• American• Foggy Bottom
    4.4
  • OpenTable Diner
    Washington, D.C. Area •1 review
    5.0
    Dined 7 days ago
    Zaytinya is a favorite of mine! We always take out-of-town guests to dine there, and everyone loves it! The Mediterranean G&T is a must have, and the food never disappoints!
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    Zaytinya - DCPrice: Expensive• Mediterranean• Penn Quarter
    4.7
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