CONCERT EXPERIENCE: Founding father, mover, shaker, lover & dueling politico, Alexander Hamilton's vision for America helped it to become the world's venue for opportunity and success. Washington DC's destination for music and entertainment is dedicated to the talent and passion of America's best artists. The Hamilton offers local, national and international musicians the unique opportunity to entertain a city that is never short on opinions, all within earshot of The White House.
Brunch: Sunday: 8:30am - 4:00pm;
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pm;
Dinner: Monday - Friday: 4:00pm - 12:00am, Saturday & Sunday: 4:00pm - 1:00am
The Hamilton is located in the heart of downtown, with over 37,000 sq ft. of space, it can accommodate events in a variety of elegant & unique settings. The Hamilton LIVE is a state of the art music venue with tiered seating- a perfect spot for private conferences & live performances.View Private Dining Details
1st time visitor, will definitely be back!! Deserts were great, food and service was very good, knowledgable waiter and lot of choices on menu..and best part of it was value...priced very reasonable!!
Great place, reasonable price, great help
Awesome steak. Good place and good location. Bread pudding incredible
Really nice place for having a dinner. We lived in JW Marriott, it’s in a great location (near the hotel and the White House). The district wings are amazing, you have to try it! The gooey cake is really nice for dessert too.
This experience wasn't as good as others. I really didnt enjoy our waitress. I'm not sure if she was new, or was just have a bad night, but she was the absolute worst!
Great our waiter was amazing
The Hamilton was an excellent choice for Restaurant Week.
The food was very well prepared and succulent! The choices accommodated a variety of diners' tasting experiences.
Service was attentive and a well paced dining experience.
Overall, a lovely evening out for a family visit in DC.
We had a great meal at the Hamilton- service was great, food was delish and overall experience was lovely! Great spot to bring guests visiting from out of town.
We have been to the Hamilton a few times for concerts/performances but this was our first time just for food and drinks. The food was nothing to rave about, my fish and chips were average and so was my partner’s burger and nothing exceptional. The cornbread grilled cheese was flavorful but over rated, it is something you might expect to find in a roadside cafe with a milk shake. It was a crowded Friday evening and service overall was friendly but spotty and missed the mark on many occasions—had to remind the server thrice about the dessert/shakes menu and wait almost 20 mins for it (skipped over ordering the shake since i was looking to have it as an appetizer and by the time the menu arrived, it was time for our main course); for some strange reason the bread basket arrived at all tables except ours—when the table next to ours was cleaned and taken by new folks for whom the bread basket arrived, sheepishly the server asked us if “we wanted some”, this was when we’d finished our appetizers and digging into our main course. Will we visit again? Maybe for a business meal or a concert since it is a convenient meeting point in the heart of the city but definitely mot for a date or a special occasion.
Delicious and excellent service!
Food was yummy! I had the crab cake for dinner & lemon cheesecake for dessert.
Decent variety on kid's menu.
We had a 5:15pm reservation and the place was packed (resturant and bar)and LOUD by the time we left with a bevy of people waiting for tablez.
I wouldn't even try going at prime eating time without a reservation, especially if you have kids... you will be waiting for a table!
My wife and I decided to go to The Hamilton based on recommendations of friends primarily of the District Wings appetizer. I was not impressed, although the Mumbo sauce was very tasty. I could not see returning as the food was just average.
Hanger steak not great, salad was excellent, service great but loud!!!
Always excellent food and service. I was surprised at the size of my lunch entree, fish tacos! So big and was stuffed after them, delicious and healthy too.
Brought my tween and teen, and we all loved it. One child has a severe food allergy and I was impressed by the waitstaff and their knowledge of allergens in various dishes.
Went there for Weekend brunch and then returned for dinner the following day. The chicken and biscuits were great!
The food was amazing and prepared very quickly. Our server was attentive and patient with my party of 6. The value is great for a brunch in DC!
This is our favorite place to
Eat when we visit DC ! Our kids love it too!! Great sushi and great cocktails!
Good food and good price.. steak came out perfectly medium rare and crusty chewy warm bread was ❤️❤️❤️ but service was slowest I have ever experienced before.
Can’t find our waitress .. empty glasses for good 30 min frustrating.
Had to asked for second basket of bread but took another 15 min after we waited 30 min to find our waitress.
Food took 1 hr to come out.
Extremely dissatisfied with service.
Great yellowtail appetizer. Great dessert...creme brûlée. Very loud though.
Third visit to this establishment on my trips to the capital so that says it all. Pretty space with a good vibe. Good cocktail menu and a lively bar scene. Hamilton's Mule was very good. Maybe a touch sweet so probably one is good for an aperitif. Had the spicy tuna roll for a starter and it was excellent. All in our party were pleased with their entrees. Had the rice bowl and I was not disappointed. An unusual mix that worked very well. Will be back next time in DC.
The food was delicious. My friend and I both had the filet with mac & cheese. The filet was cooked perfect! I will definitely be back the next time I'm in DC.
Best dinner I've had in a long while. Exceptional service especially for those with food allergies. A must go!
The service and food was fantastic. I will go back.
Another awesome experience at the Hamilton… Clydes restaurants are typically and consistently very good, and the Hamilton is one of their best. We had a great dinner, awesome martini and cosmopolitan, and excellent service.
I will always rave about the Hamilton. I visit here for lunch dates with my sister when I get to see her. We love the sushi but have had other items on the menu. The manager was beyond pleasant and accommodating this past visit and I can’t be grateful enough because it’s not something you see often nowadays.
The fried green tomatoes were a fabulous start . The salmon was excellent, and the hot chicken was a bountiful serving. Outstanding ricotta donuts for dessert.
Seated in super noisy section. Over cooked most expensive item on menu to tastelessness. Dessert and cheese selection were good, however.
I chose the Hamilton as part of a themed evening which culminated in seeing the Broadway Tour company of Hamilton at the Kennedy Center. I was absolutely blown away by the experience at the Hamilton restaurant!
The staff was extremely friendly and prompt with providing knowledgeable service. I don’t think our water glasses were ever empty for more than a couple seconds before someone would pop by and refill them for us even though the bottle was there for us to do so if we choose to as well.
Our waitress was very adept at the explaining the specials in a manner that wasn’t overwhelming. The bread and butter plate for the table was delicious, especially considering it’s the simplest thing you’ll receive.
I personally ordered the crab cake dinner which was beyond delectable. It was perfectly cooked and paired well with the fingerling potatoes and corn sides.
My family members ordered a seasonal blackberries & peach salad with chicken, fish & chips, and the rice bowl. All three ate everything provided and reported it was equally as scrumptious as my meal.
The location was fantastic and has ample parking garage options for those driving into the city. It was also an easy drive from there to the Kennedy Center. My husband and I walked from our hotel (remember I mentioned the Hamilton theme? We stayed at the Hamilton hotel about three blocks away) and it was an easy, not crazy walk despite there being plenty of other people around.
Oh, and the venue is actually quite large! I hadn’t realized it encompasses several large rooms and has ample space for even the largest of group dinners.
Overall, I highly recommend the Hamilton to everyone looking to have a fantastic meal in a friendly establishment.
Absolutely love this place. The food, the ambiance, the sushi happy hour. Zero complaints. And I love the fact that they no longer have straws!
The meal was excellent with good portions. I made reservations through Open Table and the restaurant nicely accommodated my special request. The waiter was superb - making sure to take care of our needs without ever being intrusive.
Outstanding dinner and Ray our server was such a pleasure. Everything was cooked perfectly and the taste was fantastic. Definitely a keeper for future DC trips.
I always make it a point to have dinner at the Hamilton when I’m in DC. The food is off the charts; last night I had the catfish jambalaya and the St. Louis gooey cake and thoroughly enjoyed both. We were very disappointed with our service last night unfortunately. Maybe a staffing issue, maybe an inexperienced server, either way the girl clearly needed a hand and our evening suffered for it.
There was a significant issue with a dish presented at the table but it was dealt with professionally.
The steak with the mashed potato was really good and the signiture dissert was awesome
The Hamilton was an excellent choice for a reunion with a long-time friend. The service was outstanding. No one hurried us along so we had time to talk. The food was great. Highly recommend this restaurant.
Absolutely wonderful, energetic dining establishment. The menu is a bit large and hard to get through but the food is great, the cocktails were fun and the service was on its A-Game.
This has been our favorite place in DC. The waitress was amazing, friendly and had great recommendations. The thing I LOVE about this restaurant was their kids menu— they actually had real items, not just chicken fingers and bad pizza. Their regular menu was amazing too— I can’t wait to come back and try something else.
We'd been to the bar a long while ago, and this visit was our first dinner there. Had a great experience, very much in line with all the other wonderful restaurants in the same group. We each enjoyed different starters, entrees and desserts. Food was creative without being fussy (but still some great standards on the menu too), fresh and delicious. Menu had a wide variety which pleased everyone in the group. Will definitely return again.
A gem, catty corner from the Old Ebbitt and across the street from the Willard Hotel. Stands up well to those established competitors, with a menu that ranges from burger/comfort food to sushi. Relatively new, but feels like it has been there forever. Suits tourists and native Washingtonians alike.