The Restaurant at The Jefferson
The Jefferson, Washington DC's restaurant is referenced by expert writers. Out of 19 professionals that we tracked, 10 acknowledged the restaurant, such as Concierge, Insight Guides and Zagat.
"Its clubby bar, snug library with fireplace, and many quiet corners give guests ample choice for places to meet over a drink or relax with a newspaper, and Plume, its fine French restaurant, is one of the city's most lauded new tables"
"Amenities: restaurant, Saturday jazz, high tea, bathrobes, hair dryers, exercise and swimming facilities at University Club opposite, laundry, one-hour pressing, valet parking"
""Quiet and reserved", this "elegant" historic hotel in a "beautiful" beaux arts building earns praise for its "superior" location, "wonderful rooms" and suites (all with soaking tubs, some with views down 16th Street to the White House), a "romantic" restaurant and a "beyond-professional" staff; according to a few critics, the overall effect is perhaps "a bit stodgy", but smitten admirers insist that for an "intimate" "getaway" worthy of a "second honeymoon", it's "delightful"
Forbes Travel Guide
"In Plume, the hotel's fine dining restaurant, you can dine on fresh regional cuisine inspired by the gardens of Jefferson's home and gaze at the hand-painted mural of the south vineyard of Monticello on the walls"
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"In addition to Quill and the lovely, skylit Greenhouse restaurant, the hotel’s dining options include the sublime and intimate Plume restaurant, which serves seasonal menus inspired by the harvest from Thomas Jefferson’s kitchen gardens at Monticello"