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Diners' Choice: Most Booked 1000-Point Tables restaurants in Washington, D.C. Area

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Updated April 05, 2024

Looking for the most booked 1,000-point tables in Washington, D.C. Area? You’re in the right place. Each month, OpenTable analyzes nearly 2 million global diner reviews from the past four months. We sort the results by location and category to help you discover new favorite restaurants. It's a great partnership: you reserve, eat, and review. We listen...and deliver the results for all to benefit. Enjoy!


A photo of Rosa Mexicano - National Harbor restaurant
4.2
4.2 (3470)
$30 and under
Mexican
National Harbor
About the restaurant
Overlooking the Potomac River, with views of the Capital Wheel, Washington, D.C. and Old Town, Alexandria, Rosa Mexicano is located in the center of the National Harbor complex. Just a short ride from the MGM Casino, a meal or a beverage on our patio or in our dining room offers guests sweeping views of our nation’s capital. Known for tableside guacamole service and creative margaritas, Rosa Mexicano offers a fresh take on authentic Mexican cuisine, serving both beloved classics and sophisticated dishes in a fun atmosphere. Our beverage program boasts over 100 varieties of tequila and agave-based spirits, and our signature Latin hospitality is delivered with warmth and professionalism. A destination born of a unique vision, at Rosa Mexicano you will experience upscale dining that honors Mexican heritage, culinary techniques, and the global explorations and inspirations of our founder, Josefina Howard, who was a world traveler, entrepreneur, interior designer, chef, and innovator.
Top review
OpenTable Diner
Dined 2 days ago
Food was fantastic. Server was friendly and attentive. Made a reservation only waited about 10 minutes.
A photo of Maison Cheryl restaurant
4.4
4.4 (390)
$31 to $50
Contemporary French / American
Arlington
About the restaurant
Chef Robert Maher conceptualized the name Maison Cheryl for his business partners late wife, Cheryl Glaessner, who passed in 2019. Cheryl’s warm spirit and love of the Parisian aesthetic are both elements that Maher has channeled into our inclusive French New-American Bistro. In our dining room, guests will enjoy an on-trend experience in a bright, bold space that boasts marble countertops, refurbished wood tables, and modern light fixtures. When you dine with us, we hope you experience the atmosphere of our family table where excellent service and delicious house-made desserts are a staple.
Top review
carmenvip
Dined 5 days ago
Excellent service. Very attentive server. Very good food.
A photo of The Henri restaurant
4.6
4.6 (151)
$50 and over
Contemporary European
Penn Quarter
About the restaurant
The Henri is a modern bistro featuring communal and private dining spaces located in the heart of Downtown Washington, DC. We invite you into our comfortable venue where you can escape from the hustle of the city. Our flexible, one-of-a-kind space is perfect for any kind of event, including business meetings, showers, weddings, birthdays, and cocktail parties.
Top review
OpenTable Diner
Dined 4 days ago
Food was fantastic. I had the cowboy steak - cooked a perfect medium rare - and the lobster bisque, which was great! My wife had the rotisserie chicken and squash risotto. The chicken was flavorful, but a tiny bit dry (it was chicken breast only). It came with Belgian frites which were perfect. The risotto was delicious and filling. To drink, my wife had the California Girl mocktail - which tasted great. For dessert, she had brown butter brownie with banana gelato - best she’s ever had. I had the pumpkin beignets, which were also over the top. Service was great. Decor was nice. The restaurant was empty on Friday at dinner time, which was a little odd. They had a private room with a group in the back, and there were a few people enjoying happy hour. I had to take away a star, though. They did not have drinking straws, and had only (crappy) hand driers in their bathrooms. Kinda virtue signal-y and cheap. There are plenty of ways to “be green” while still being attentive to your customers’ enjoyment.
A photo of Cafe Du Parc restaurant
4.4
4.4 (2444)
$31 to $50
Contemporary French
Downtown
About the restaurant
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.

Top review
AlD07470vip
Dined 1 day ago
Charming little 2nd floor French restaurant with authentic French bistro bites and services. Perfectly prepared, presented and patiently served.
A photo of Ocean Prime - Washington D.C. restaurant
4.7
4.7 (4055)
$50 and over
Seafood
Downtown
About the restaurant
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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TameikaB
Dined 6 days ago
My family experience was great. We were celebrating 2 children birthdays and the were really impressed. I recommend the blackened snapper, filet mignon and salmon dishes.
A photo of Le Sel restaurant
4.4
4.4 (153)
$31 to $50
French
Dupont Circle
About the restaurant
Le Sel is an authentic gathering place rooted in the fabric of DC’s dynamic culture. Serving approachable French classics with a twist, this reimagined French bistro offers an intimate and energetic environment just steps from Dupont and Logan Circle.

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Mikevip
Dined 3 days ago
Great atmosphere. Great food. Great deco. Great service.
A photo of El Secreto de Rosita restaurant
4.4
4.4 (594)
$30 and under
Latin American
Downtown
About the restaurant
El Secreto De Rosita seeks to create great tasting food to be enjoyed in an eclectic "hacienda" atmosphere that warms the heart.

Top review
OpenTable Dinervip
Dined on Apr 4, 2024
Excellent food, great ambiance, parking was a little bit challenging but the food was worth it. We will go back.
A photo of The Greenhouse at The Jefferson, DC restaurant
4.8
4.8 (1004)
$31 to $50
Contemporary American
Downtown
About the restaurant
Located in downtown DC, just four blocks from the White House, breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch are served under The Jefferson’s historic skylight in The Greenhouse. Natural light streams from above, creating an airy atmosphere that complements the light, fresh and energizing fare on our seasonal menus.
Top review
WesSvip
Dined 3 days ago
Had breakfast there and the every thing was absolutely wonderful. 10/10
A photo of Susheria restaurant
4.3
4.3 (525)
$31 to $50
Sushi
Georgetown
About the restaurant
Nikkei Cuisine
Like Japan, Peru has a millennia-old history. They are two great, ancient civilizations with two major culinary traditions. These traditions complemented one another, and neither of the two Nikkei Cuisine

About the Menu -
Like Japan, Peru has a millennia-old history. They are two great, ancient civilizations with two major culinary traditions. These traditions complemented one another, and neither of the two sides absorbed the other to the point where one disappeared. SusherÍa menu is the result of this great union and the experience/vision of Mauricio Fraga-Rosenfeld and his dedicated culinary team lead by Peruvian Executive Chef Javier Angeles-Beron.

About the experience -
Susheria is a unique casual-glam restaurant concept where you will enjoy Izakaya, a Japanese style of service. The Japanese version of tapas, dishes will be served when ready. Izayaka is a perfect moment to enjoy life, laughter and great conversations while sharing food and drinks.

Top review
OpenTable Diner
Dined 2 days ago
Such a great dinner experience: Calamari- fabulous. Was fresh, not heavy over battered no was it overcooked. It was perfect. Seaweed Salad: highly recommend. Seasoned so well. Dragon roll & Mate: the rolls were good however the dressing was VERY heavy handed. Our rolls were drowning in sauce.
A photo of FIG & OLIVE DC restaurant
4.5
4.5 (2650)
$31 to $50
Mediterranean
Downtown
About the restaurant
The heart of Washington, DC is home to a sliver of the French Riviera in FIG & OLIVE DC | CityCenter. Here, guests can escape from the commotion of Downtown DC to indulge in a glass of rosé on our al fresco terrace or enjoy an elegant evening with dinner upstairs in our Orchard Rooms. The bar & lounge are buzzy with our happy hours while the Wine Room is an accessible area perfect for an effortless get together before an event at the nearby Capital One Arena. During the day, F&O DC is a lunch and brunch favorite of CCDC locals and museum visitors alike.
Top review
EBP625
Dined on Apr 2, 2024
Food was fabulous (we shared several small plates, a bottle of wine and a dessert). We loved the comfy chairs with pillows!
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