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RANGE by Chef Bryan Voltaggio offers modern interpretations using seasonal ingredients from the Mid-Atlantic region prepared through classic and progressive techniques. From salumeria, bakery, and raw bar, to the rotisserie and wood fired hearth, each of the state-of-the-art open kitchens showcases the craftsmanship of the chefs.
Washington, DC 20015
Contemporary American, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner | Tuesday-Sunday | 5PM – 10PM
Brunch | Saturday-Sunday | 11:30 AM – 3PM
Happy Hour | Tuesday - Friday| 4PM-7PM At The Bar
Military Road, NW
$31 to $50
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Self-parking is available in the Chevy Chase Pavilion garage, provided by Impark, which is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Guests are invited to self-park in the garage at the current hourly rate.
Red Line Metro Friendship Heights station is located on the Metro Level floor of Chevy Chase Pavilion.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Cigar Room, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
RANGE can play host to corporate events, private parties, and social celebrations for groups of 10-300. Please contact our Catering Sales Manager to discuss special event options and menu development at (202) 803-8016.
Range can accommodate everything from small, intimate groups of 10 guests to large, cocktail-style receptions for up to 500 guests.
Range Ratings and Reviews
We were sat and it took 20 minutes to have someone come over to our table & tell us our waitress had left.... as in QUIT. What should of been an hour brunch took 2 hours because service was so slow and poor. Food, when we finally got it was good, but the drinks were not.
Travel to DC for business often. Went to Range many years ago when it first opened. Was much more impressed then with the food, service, and atmosphere. Would be a good place for a simple business dinner but nothing special about the food or drinks anymore in my opinion. It was fine, but seems to have lost some of its original flare.
The benches were terrible to sit in. Asked for the chairs and the chairs are wide in the front and taper to the back. No human body does that. In our party, we are of different sizes and no one was comfortable. Please pay attention to the whole human.
We made a reservation to celebrate 2 birthdays, this was never acknowledged. We (5 adults) were seated in a back "cubby" of the restaurant next to a rowdy table (2 families with 6 loud and highly active kids/tweens). Why they would sit our group in the "kids section" of the restaurant is beyond me. These people definitely impacted our experience - normally a restaurant would normally not place a group such as ours near a group like theirs - especially when there were plenty of tables in the restaurant open.
The food was good, not great. The menu lacked non-meat main course options.
Very disappointed in the restaurant. I had been there several years ago when it first opened and the food was great--this time is was poor. Limited menu (not what shows on the website) and not a single vegetarian main entree (or even chicken). We ordered a bread basket as an appetizer and it took 45 minutes to come and then half was slightly burnt and the others doughy and undercooked. Slow service and only 6 tables were fully occupied. Food wasn't very hot when served and overpriced. Won't return nor recommend this place ever again.
Heard great things about this restaurant so was very disappointed with the experience. We had multiple items on the menu, ranging from several apps to main courses and sides. The food was just ok. Unfortunately, I would not go back again.
Staying at the hotel across the way, but when I am here I always try to eat at the Range. Saturday night was no exception. Great beet salad followed be a wonderful well spiced lamb pasta dish. Delicious and the portions were great. Finished off with a salty Carmel icecream. Perfect.
I have been to 3 Volataggio restaurants (including Range previously). This was pitiful-a menu with only half of what is shown online, a clueless waiter, cold, poorly seasoned food and a end where they suggested I go to Cheesecake Factory to get my parking validated. Brian, please, please pay attention to your restaurants!!
Overall our experience was so so -- the food was pretty good, but the service was SO slow and the staff seemed really disorganized; we had to ask for refills of drinks several times before anyone would actually tell us that in fact they were out of what we were asking for. Again, it wasn't bad, in fact the food was pretty good, but I definitely would not go back here. Was also really hard to find, being that its in the actual mall.
Very comfortable seating arrangement; attentive waiter; high level cooking; interesting and tasty cocktails. We called in advance to change the table from 4 to 5 to accommodate a surprise visitor, but the hostess did not have that in her book so we had to wait for table to be re-set. Love the fried chicken!
I was definitely disappointed with our visit. We ordered the charcuterie board, being avid charcuterie eaters, and was very disappointed with the quality and taste of the meats. Additionally, our entrees were barely warm, even though the restaurant was mostly empty. I had the scallops, which were only seared on one side, and the meal also came with a risotto which was probably the best part of the meal. Overall, I feel that the food was not worth the money we paid for it, and would not recommend to a friend. Maybe it was an off night, but I expect better from a restaurant of this caliber.
Had always wanted to try a Bryan Voltaggio restaurant, and just haven't made it to Frederick yet. This was a very pleasant second, with an inventive menu. Perhaps it was early in the day on Sunday, but the cavernous space inside a shopping mall felt a little empty for brunch and lacking in decor charm. That said, the meal was excellent, from the Mimosas to a decadent breadbasket to eggs Benedict, lamb hash, and pillowy gnudi. I would definitely come back, and probably during an evening to experience a little more of the restaurant's flair and personality.
Food was good but service was terribly lacking. Made a reservation on Open Table. Stood at the front for well over 5 minutes before ever being acknowledged. It was not busy either. We ordered a bottle of wine, and they brought the wrong bottle. Even after asking if it was a Spatlese they said yes, even though the bottle said "DRY." When we inquired again they caught it and brought the correct bottle...no apology. Then we ordered an appetizer, cornbread, and each our main dishes. The appetizer was tasty although given it's name had flambé in it we thought it would be served differently but tasty just the same. Then came our mains-we both had the lamb bolegnese which was tasty also, but then they forgot our cornbread. When we inquired when our mains came, they said they would look into it. By the time they returned we had finished our main dishes and all they could say was that it takes longer since it's made on the spot....clearly they hadn't put the order in but again no apology. We finished w/ bon bon desserts which was eh, ok. Either way pleasant meal all the same but honestly really expect more from your staff esp being a Brian Voltaggio establishment. Really disappointed.
The shrimp cocktail was excellent. However, the scallops were tiny and the veggies cauliflower that came with them as a substitute for the risotto was overly salty! The restaurant had central air which was freezing almost ruining the meal. You needed a blanket. I waited at the bar for 15 minutes and even though I caught the attention of the bartender and mentioned I would like to order a drink I was pretty much ignored until finally we were seated. Terrible service at the bar!
Meh. Used to be able to count on consistently excellent food. Now much of it is just strange. A place that prides itself on the quality of the ingredients doesn't have to mess with them. Also cocktails should not be pre-mixed so you can't modify them; ok for a chain restaurant, not here.
Very low attendance at the Range. Menu at lunch on weekend was very limited. My friends eggs Benedict was obviously under the heat lamp too long and the sauce was curdled. The kitchen was nice enough to remake the dish, and the fresh dish was good. On the positive note their biscuits are spectacular. Service was very attentive, given there were only a couple of other tables occupied.
Had an excellent meal at brunch during restaurant week. The bread basket was delicious. The cocktails were well-crafted, tasty, and good value. I was particularly impressed with the wait staff. Our server, Patrick, was available but not hovering and unfailingly accommodating and cheerful. The only negative moment was discovering a piece of moldy toast on our cheese board. We were comped for the cheese and apologies were offered so no harm done - just a bit surprising given the quality of the rest of the meal. We look forward to coming back for dinner.
We went to Range last evening, despite reviews of spotty service and food quality. It was Restaurant Week in DC, so we decided to give it a try. Our first reaction to the setting was underwhelming. On entering, the dining room was less than half full and we were seated at a table with a great view of an H&M clothing store and other retail stores. We ordered drinks (after one of the guests ordered, our server rushed off without waiting for my order,) and then two of us ordered the pate and two of us ordered the fried green tomatoes; for the main course, two ordered papperdelle, one the salmon and one the gnudi. While the food was well prepared, the portions were tiny: the pate was a small, thin slice that was no larger than two postage stamps, and it came with no bread. When asked about bread to eat the pate, a gentleman in a suit appeared with a menu and pointed to several bread options at extra cost. When asked why the pate came without bread, he had a slice of greasy toast delivered for each plate. The fried tomatoes were good, and were shared with the "pate eaters." The main courses were then served, and again, the portions were again very small: a three to four ounce piece of fish and a very small bowl of papperdelle and gnudi. Restaurant Week is supposed to be an opportunity for chefs to showcase their restaurants, and many open their complete menus to guests. This was not the case at Range, and was very disappointing. The consensus is that we will not be back.
I have been going to Range since it opened 5+ years ago and this is the first time that I was really disappointed in the service. I am not sure if they were having an off night but I hope that this is not the new normal. The sommelier had little to no personality and was unfriendly at best. Service was really spotty. We asked for regular ketchup for my son's hamburger and it took 10 minutes despite asking 3 different servers. Our waitress was very appropriate and gracious and apologized for serving issues but after the 3rd apology one has to conclude that there is a procedural issue with the restaurant and that the server was trying her best. The food was very good, but I am not sure that it was sooo good that it justifies the price point. I really hope that Range can get it together because it has been a solidly welcome addition to the area and I would hate to see that it had its day.
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