Succotash - Penn Quarter DC
SUCCOTASH is named after the classic dish that has been a longstanding staple of the Southern table. While many know “Succotash” when they see it, the dish has been interpreted, modified and passed from generation to generation for centuries. While Succotash between families will share similarities, each family’s recipe is deeply personal and reminiscent of those special suppers that brings kin together. Our “Succotash” is special to us and we invite you to experience the South from our point of view.
Sat 11:00 am–2:45 pm
Sun 10:00 am–2:45 pm
Mon–Fri 11:30 am–3:45 pm
Mon–Thu 4:00 pm–10:00 pm
Fri 4:00 pm–11:00 pm
Sat 3:00 pm–11:00 pm
Sun 3:00 pm–9:00 pm
Daily 3:00 pm–7:00 pm
We offer various private and semi-private options in our beautiful historic bank building. We also offer custom menu options for parties of 10 to 400 guests. Please contact our Events Director, Kaye Newsome, Kaye@kneadhd.com, for more information.View Private Dining Details
Thanksgiving Dinner Special Menus & Offers
On Thanksgiving, Succotash will be serving Chef Lee's family style feast. Our menu is $55 for adults and $27.50 for children 12 and under. We are open limited hours, from 12-830pm. Please note, we will not be serving our regular menus on Thanksgiving. We look forward to having you join us!
Thursday, November 22, 2018
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Sun 2:30PM - 5:00PM
Mon - Fri 2:30PM - 3:45PM 4:00PM - 5:15PM
Sat 2:30PM - 5:15PM
Food and service were amazing. Our party of 5 guys was taken care of extremely well. Ambiance was great. Food was better than expected and was large portions. Overall an excellent experience.
The service was mediocre at best, and while some of the dishes were good, nothing was outstanding. And several of our dishes were poorly done. Our cornbread was burned, the Brussels sprouts were very undercooked, etc. On a positive note, the facility was beautiful and well-managed as far as cleanliness and organization. For the price point, I expected much better. Will probably never go back.
The wait staff was very friendly and attentive. Our multi-course meal was perfectly timed. The cornbread was average but all gone other dishes — chicken and waffles, bbq ribs, chicken wings... — were outstanding. The cocktails were fabulous.
This was my second visit to Succotash and it didn't disappoint. The meal was delicious - fried oysters to start and main was halibut with crawfish etoufee. The wine options were plentiful and the cocktails very tasty. It's a beautiful space, but as the night wore on, the temperature level on the second floor got too warm. Our server was sweating profusely. We ended up declining dessert and opted to have a drink at the bar downstairs.
Chef Edward Lee has an amazing gift to blend his Korean heritage into traditional southern dishes. Pop of flavor that I love.
We were celebrating our Anniversary and it was the perfect place! Our table was in a little side nook resembling a porch with only 2 tables. It was quite romantic. Our menu even said Happy Anniversary on it! The food was absolutely delicious from appetizers to desert. The prix fixe menu was perfect.
Lovely room - light and airy space with a good amount of energy - but not too loud - at lunchtime. The food was less lovely. The fried catfish was mediocre at best. Lackluster presentation, soggy side dish (was it slaw? salad? hard to say) fish was a bit over-done. The whole plate had the taste and look of leftovers. My companion's entrée salad looked quite a bit more promising - large portion, fresh looking ingredients, appealing to look at.
Overall my experience was decent. The waiter was very attentive. Though overall the evening was nice, both my wife and I were expecting the flavor of the food to have more of a kick. If you order the short rib “Flintstone’s Brontosaurus rib”, make sure to choose a side. The drinks were great.
Woud have given the FOOD section a higher rating, but the "grits 'n shrimp" were somewhat watery for my taste.
Sunday supper. An excellent meal. Great Asian twists on southern classics. The kabocha salad and fried green tomato salads were perfect. As were the catfish and dirty fried chicken, esp. the gochuchang sauce on the latter. Kim chee collards a great side. Service was excellent. Not very noisy but restaurant was not full. Could be louder on a Friday or Saturday or other busy night. An excellent meal.
Loved the experience and variety of food! Drinks were wonderful too.
Great food and service; everything was delicious. Definitely recommended!
Had a larger reservation, and had to do the prix fixe menu for brunch. The food was pretty good, and is in a really cool space. It would have been a great experience were it not for some pretty sluggish service. We were waiting around quite a bit for courses to come out, and I was puzzled by the need to replace our plates and silverware after every dish...
The smoked wings are incredible. Fried tomato salad was good.
Edward Lee has hit it out of the park with this vibrant affordable fabulous restaurant
So delicious! Outstanding service and ambiance. Nice and quiet so my group could actually talk!
Great service, thanks to Greg! Great concept, love the fusion style food.
Server was great but frustrated by the time of order to delivery of food .
She was excellent and food was good , but an hour to get my ribs was too long a wait .,
May have just hit a bad night .
Will return .
The food was decent, but the service was not.
The meal took an hour and our waiter kept telling us that our order “would be ready in 15 minutes,” instead of explaining to us that something had gone wrong in the kitchen and that it would be a while. He also forgot our appetizers, deviled eggs that weren’t really anything to write home over after a half hour wait.
When the food was finally brought to our table it was really tasty. My fried chicken was nice and juicy; the waffle I don’t recall, so take that as you may. My boyfriend’s étouffée was gone in less than five minutes (and even save the wait I’m sure it wouldn’t have stood much chance.
Ultimately, they comp’d both of our meals and apologized for the wait and subpar service (after gentle reprimand) and we enjoyed our night out. Can’t say I’ll be back soon though.
Nice southern flare restaurant. Everyday happy hour and great for brunch.
I’m not sure why I hadn’t heard of this place earlier, but it was a delight! Tasty food, great service, and what a beautiful space! Major plus for me is that the noise level was pleasant-I didn’t have to yell across the table to my friend.
Get Greg as your server he’s the best
Beautiful building, friendly staff, but music was very loud which made it extremely hard to have a conversation across the table. Deviled eggs were delightful, but the steak salad was cooked to how the chef thought it should be and not my request. They cancelled the charge for the entree though.
I booked the reservation to surprise my husband for our anniversary (it was my year to plan.) We hadn’t ever been in fact, I hadn’t ever heard of it! (Shame, I’m sure!) We parked in a nearby garage for $13 and together walked to the restaurant. The copper doors are stunning and welcoming. Up a few stairs and through the doors to a beautiful entrance, and old bank building—where Platinum nightclub used to be. (Next to Ultrabar.) We were seated in a leather booth that faced outward toward the restaurant so we could be voyeurs while we also enjoyed our cocktails and the meal. My husband enjoyed a new fall cocktail. Everything was delicious from the appetizers to the dessert. I loved the tableware—the plates were decorative and “southern”, even the appetizer plate reminded me of the blue floral plates my grandmother used when I would visit her in Pennsylvania. The crisp linen napkins have a stitched hole which goes right around the top button to protect your husband’s shirt while he eats the short rib. The appetizer crab salad had hints of Old Bay on the croutons, a Maryland favorite. The chocolate waffle dessert is a must-have. DECADENT. The marshmallow fluff which accompanied the dessert also has notes of Old Bay—amazing. Our server was pleasant and helpful overall with explaining the details of our selections, making sure we knew the flavors we were about to taste. Before dessert was served, our server brought us complimentary glasses of champagne for our anniversary. He wished us a happy anniversary when we were seated and again with the champagne—this is why I love booking on Open Table. If they ask if there’s a celebration and I type it in, the restaurant is almost always certain to make it notable, and I appreciate that thoughtfulness so much! We ended the evening asking the hostess if she would snap our picture for our anniversary at the venue. She said she preferred to take it out front, the lighting was best there—how sweet that was—and she was right!
Excellent meal and service. What more can one say. Rather noisy and hard to have a conversation with others at the table. Have a reservation or be prepared for a considerable wait.
Great ambiance, food, and service.
We have been to DC many times and enjoyed some amazing restaurants over the years - but Succotash is the best I have ever been to here- possibly anywhere!!! We are from Charlotte, NC, and thought the best high end southern restaurants were in Charleston SC but Succotash is my absolute new favorite. The building was originally a bank and the ornate ceilings,original flooring and vault-turned-private-dining-room speak to a bygone era of opulence. Every detail was designed and executed to perfection- from the choice of glasses for lemonade to the linen napkins to the table and seating design. The food was absolutely amazing-and the hummingbird cake they treated us to for our wedding anniversary was like none I had ever had- we simply could not put our forks down!!
We were relegated to the far corner of the upstairs dining area despite plenty of open tables. I asked to be relocated more central but was told there was “probably” a reservation as did I. Steak salad tasted “gamey” and my colleague’s salmon was quite rare but edible. Mint Julip ice cream was “to die for” and I am forever changed by the Coffee and Cigarette cocktail!!!
This place is cool, maybe too cool. But still, totally worth a stop.
Food was great. Noise level was high. Lastly the server was very knowledgeable but all recommendations seemed to align perfectly with the highest priced items on the menu. May be coincidental though.
Amazing! I’ve been to Succotash in National Harbor many times and this is my 2nd visit to the Penn Quarter location. The chef made the shrimp and grits for a few people at my table, even though it wasn’t on the lunch menu. They even brought a large plate of wings, courtesy of the chef. Service was top notch as always and we actually sat next to a Supreme Court Justice! Very nice place, as always.
Food was pretty good. Presentation nice. Did not like how loud the restaurant was and how close together we were packed at a little two top right in the walking path of the servers. They had also run out of the brunch special old fashion which sounded great so they exchanged for the regular old fashion on the menu and charged me the increased cost, albeit not much more, for the regular one, but still the principle of it. Building is very neat.
Really nice experience! Will be back to try dinner soon!
Excellent food and excellent service. The mint julep ice cream was outstanding.
Southern comfort food— I couldn’t wait to try this place! Unfortunately I won’t be back. The food was good— not great, and not horrible, but nothing particularly tasty. The service was so slow: 15min to get our first round of drinks and it wasn’t that busy. Second round of drinks took even longer. Appetizers arrived pretty quickly but it was cornbread and deviled eggs, both of which were probably already made before ordering. Entrees took forever to come out. Tables around us received their food before we did, though they arrived after we were seated. The presentation of the food was horrible. One redeeming value of the place is the outstanding bourbon list. I might come back for a drink.
The food was very good, and our server Khendra was awesome. The wine and bourbon lists were extensive. Don’t miss the mint julep ice cream!
The food was amazing! I definitely recommend trying the Taste of the South. Chef Edward Lee stopped the table, which made a great meal into a great experience.
We told the restaurant we were celebrating a wedding anniversary, and the manager greeted us especially and offered a champagne toast. I’m pregnant and couldn’t drink, so they brought my husband a glass of champagne and me a special melon-lime concoction. We had a lovely dinner, the appetizers were especially delicious, and they had several options for my vegetarian husband. A great night!