Set in historic Dupont Circle in Washington, D.C., Dirty Martini has created a new standard for dining out. The result of careful design and planning, and with great attention to detail throughout, Dirty Martini is upscale yet casual. It is the ideal place for a post-work cocktail, business or casual dinner and special event.
The menu at Dirty Martini includes inventive signature cocktails in addition to a great selection of vintages. Executive chef Walter Rhee has created a thoughtful dinner menu suitable to all tastes and preferences. Reservations are suggested, and you can explore all of the restaurant's menus online.
Service was great, food was very good, and the drinks were superb. Definitely will come back!
I went for Restaurant Week and it was a major steal because the food was excellent and the service was decent as well.
The hostess, the outdoor table, the drinks and the food were all really top-notch. Our server seemed like he would rather be anywhere else than our table - we had to flag him down each time we needed something (which was every 10 minutes or so). In spite of the hands-off approach we received from our server - we had an excellent time here and really enjoyed the cheese platter, and the grilled caesar salads. Also the cocktail list was quite extensive and impressive and the HH wines tasted like much higher quality than other HH wines in the area. I would definitely go back.
Everything was great. Food was great, server was professionals and courteous, and drinks were great. BTW ambiance was great too.
We go to Adega restaurant in downtown Silver Spring a lot, great food for great prices. We were told that Dirty Martini was ran by the same person. , so we went there for our 5th wedding anniversary. When we got there we should have just left as the seats were very stained and uncomfortable. The food was ok but in no way worth the $145.00 bill we received at the end of the meal.
I had a good time there, the food was great, service was good. Little overpriced but I had groupon, so it turned out to be not as expensive.
It was a very great experience, my friends and I had a blast! Great food, drinks, and music.
Our food was cold and uninspired. This was to celebrate a birthday and they didn't do so much as to say happy birthday and we weren't offered a dessert menu. It was disappointing to say the least.
This is a great restaurant/bar with excellent service but lacks the energy. It was too quite - may be because its Tuesday night! But music could have put me to sleep - nothing bar-like about it. Food was very tasty. We ordered lamb meatballs for appetizers, only 3 in an order, but delicious. The eggplant fries were something I never tried before and they were great and I guess healthier than the potato fries.
I was excited after reading the menu online and decided to go during Restaurant Week.
At arriving I was greeted nicely, by the host and a patio/windowside server who both had good energy. We ended up getting a server who wasn't good at all, especially considering the restaurant was maybe 1/5 full. Too many on staff and none were engaging. The food descriptions were not as they arrived on the plate. The steak was good, but very small for a list price of $32 with badly cooked, cooled and over-oiled veg. The chicken was tiny portioned. The cheesy grits were gross and cold. One desert was good but poor presentation-to-eat, the other, boring.
I could have done better with buying the ingredients for $11 and cook both meals myself.