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My husband and I enjoyed a delicious lunch. We ordered the soup, salad, steak and burger from the Prix Fix Lunch Express menu and it was perfect for us, including the mini madeleines and fabulous choc brownie cookies to end the meal. Walter took great care of us. Thanks for a lovely experience. We will return! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Amazing! We were there 20 years ago to the day and it has aged well like fine wine. We loved the tasting menu and all of the lovely bites in between. The customized menu with our names and the marzipan scroll with anniversary wishes were personal touches that makes this place so special. We will be back, but not wait for 20 years next time. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The word ‘Dharani’ is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘dhar’ which means to uphold or maintain and true to this Dharani upholds the authenticity of traditional flavors from South India! Dharani is a fine dining family restaurant where the calm ambience enhances your sense of taste. We are proud to offer you signature dishes from all five southern states of India, abounding with their distinct flavors. Our menu, offers vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike, a variety of dishes to choose from. South Indian dishes aren’t just the famous Dosa, Idli and Uthappams of Tamilnadu. Amongst our many dishes we offer the renowned Dum Biryani of Hyderabad, spicy gongura pickles of Andhra accompanied with millet based flat-breads from Telangana, the distinct coconut infused dishes of Kerala, the unmistakable sweetness of the Mysore-pak of Karnataka! We have a flavor to suit every palate – from sweet to savory, from tangy to spicy, from subtle to overwhelming!More
Chef Roberto Santibañez creates a menu inspired by Mexican street food and traditional home cooking of his country, but in a modern, elevated presentation. Guests can enjoy dishes traditional dishes such as Carne Asada and Tacos de Carnitas, Foie Gras with Churros, and Caviar Gorditas.. .Hand-crushed guacamole is offered in unique iterations including a version with blue cheese, grapes and almonds. Santibañez has also commissioned a Hearth Oven to create roasted presentations of Roasted Chicken, Bone-In Short ribs and butterflied red snapper. For dessert, Chef Santibañez prepares classic sweets like Churros con Chocolate, Cajeta Flan, house-made ice creams and Tres Leches.More
Located in DRP's upstairs, sister space, The Reserve has been a destination of local pop up restaurants, private dining, corporate meetings, holiday parties, happy hours, and what ever other private events your heart desires.
After nearly two years in hiatus, we have changed our dining room into an intimate, 30 seat, first come-first serve, small plate, cocktail and wine bar.More
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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.