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Mount Vernon Restaurants

St. Anselm - DCSt. Anselm - DC
681 reviews
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Contemporary American | Mount Vernon, Virginia - DC Suburbs

The interior design provided a laid back retro vibe. We had the deviled eggs, lamb and chicken - all were solid choices. More

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High Velocity at the Marriott Marquis DCHigh Velocity at the Marriott Marquis DC
4 reviews
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American | Mount Vernon, Virginia - DC Suburbs

Good meal. Service efficient especially for a busy lunch time. More

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Discover Mount Vernon

Home to President George Washington, the city of Mount Vernon, Virginia, has a rich history. Many visitors get their first taste of ham biscuits in this city, and many also learn that hickory-syrup slow-aged in whiskey barrels and served over a stack of pancakes hot off the griddle is a great way to start the day. Down-home cooking prepared with locally grown herbs and produce are served at many restaurants using recipes passed down for generations. Others, however, are doing creative twists on these classic favorites. Failed attempts by President Washington to grow grapes at his estate to make wine gave this city its name. Many restaurants serve Virginia wine to diners in beautiful settings overlooking the Potomac River.

Discover Mount Vernon

Home to President George Washington, the city of Mount Vernon, Virginia, has a rich history. Many visitors get their first taste of ham biscuits in this city, and many also learn that hickory-syrup slow-aged in whiskey barrels and served over a stack of pancakes hot off the griddle is a great way to start the day. Down-home cooking prepared with locally grown herbs and produce are served at many restaurants using recipes passed down for generations. Others, however, are doing creative twists on these classic favorites. Failed attempts by President Washington to grow grapes at his estate to make wine gave this city its name. Many restaurants serve Virginia wine to diners in beautiful settings overlooking the Potomac River.