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Had a business meal with 7 people. They put us in a private room. Food and service was excellent. I had the pork chop and it was grilled to perfection. The most minor detail ended up being the biggest surprise... they warmed the creamer for the after-dinner coffee. This is the first restaurant I've *ever* been to that has done that. Highly recommended. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Still the best brunch in town. If looking for oyters, and seafood this is the place to have brunch. Great deserts and exceptional service. However They lately have increased the price per person and lowered the attire code. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Welcome to Holy Crepes Cafe!
Holy Crepes began in 2013 as a Food Truck with the mission to deliver the best tasting crepes you can find, paired with the smiles of those we had satisfied.
Since the beginning, we have been working hard to meet the expectations for quality food service that all customers deserve. After many years of success thanks to our faithful patronage, we have been fortunate enough to open our new Brick and Mortar right in the heart of Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Holy Crepes Cafe is now open for business, and we look forward to exceeding your expectations!More
We opened as a Gourmet Seafood Market specializing in Mediterranean Seafood, hence the name MediterraFISH. Our goal was to introduce more SEAfood in addition to OCEANfood to east coasters and let more people know about the healthy eating style of the Mediterranean. Our Turkish heritage and our business ties in the region allowed us to bring species that no other supplier had before.
As we became known as the best fresh seafood market in the area providing sustainable and healthy seafood, we were bombarded by our customers requests to provide cooked seafood. This led to adding a restaurant to our existing concept. Our menu combines variety of sustainable and trustworthy seafood with halal meat, chicken & vegetarian dishes. We are also known for our hand crafted salads. Our restaurant also has a kids play room for families to enjoy their meals together.
Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar adds a modern twist to Peruvian cuisine. Inspired by Peru’s top eateries, the new DC outpost serves up bold-flavored dishes, unique cocktails and a vast selection of local and international beers.
Situated in the bustling and vibrant Dupont Circle neighborhood, Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar brings people together in a space that’s packed with personality and soul. Our vibrant bar with open kitchen views is the perfect spot for sipping, socializing, and savoring our crazy good ceviche. Come experience a celebration of good eats and good times for brunch, lunch, dinner or happy hour.
Looking for the perfect venue? Plan your next event at the best ceviche bar this side of the Andes. Call today and ask about our private dining options.More
Located in the Union Market neighborhood, the second outpost of Joe Carroll’s popular NYC restaurant aims to bring some of the laid back vibes of Brooklyn to Washington, DC. St. Anselm is an American tavern devoted to the pleasures of grilled meats and great ingredients simply cooked. While steak is a specialty, the creativity of Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley doesn’t stop there. Delicious food, eclectic wines (some on tap), and classic cocktails set the tone for a great experience. Paired with friendly service in an unpretentious setting adorned with quirky décor, dining at St Anselm is the total package.More
Discover Washington, D.C.
An international city with the food chops to show for it, Washington D.C. is brimming with new restaurants, coffee houses and spirited bars. And, while tablecloth dining has it’s place here (diplomats gotta eat), so does the casual yet delicious lunch spot (interns gotta eat, too). Near the Capitol, historic eateries and classic menus are favored by many. Excellent Filipino food can be found in Columbia Heights. Near Georgetown, upscale bistros and farm-to-table spots are the order of the day, and Adams Morgan is home to many international restaurants and locally owned cafes.