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Rose's Luxury
9
$$
American
Capitol Hill
13 reviews
Its success comes down to endearing service, an eclectic décor of antiques and pretty fabrics and china, and a simple menu of unexpected combinations of tastes. — Frommer's
Le Diplomate
9
$$$
Burgers
12 reviews
Trendy 14th Street NW feels a bit like the Champs-Élysées at Stephen Starr's movie set of a French brasserie, with its zinc bar, tile floors and vintage fittings plus a sidewalk cafe. — Zagat
Fiola
9
$$$
Italian
11 reviews
Considered to be a top-10 contender for best DC restaurant and we know why. Modern upscale trattoria features showstoppers like wild hare ragu and prosciutto wrapped veal chop. — BlackBook
Komi
9
$$$
Mediterranean
Dupont Circle
12 reviews
Johnny Monis, the young, energetic chef-owner of this small, personal restaurant, offers one of the most adventurous dining experiences in the city. — Fodor's
Rasika
9
$$$
Asian
Downtown / Chinatown
15 reviews
Be forewarned. The inventive cocktails and chatty bartender may tempt you into trading your table for a liquid dinner, but that would be a huge mistake. — BlackBook
Daikaya
8
$$
Japanese
11 reviews
Sapporo-style ramen shop from partners Daisuke Utagawa, Yama Jewayni and (chef) Katsuya Fukushima — Where
Blue Duck Tavern
8
$$$
American
Upper Northwest
14 reviews
Fry anything in duck fat and it tastes good. — Not For Tourists
Central Michel Richard
8
$$
American
Downtown / Chinatown
11 reviews
"Proving Michel Richard doesn't need beaucoup bucks to be brilliant", his "high-energy brasserie" in Penn Quarter dazzles with its "outstanding" riffs on tradition. — Zagat
Estadio
8
$$
Mediterranean
Logan Circle/ Shaw
12 reviews
The menu will look pretty familiar if you’ve been to a traditional Spanish tapas place before, but the food will probably taste better than whatever you've eaten at those places. — The Infatuation
Zaytinya
8
$$
Mediterranean
Downtown / Chinatown
14 reviews
A menu that is focused on Greek and Lebanese cuisines, this is a much better option than another boring, overcooked filet. — The Infatuation
Jaleo
8
$$
Mediterranean
12 reviews
The tapas king of DC. Great for first dates. — Not For Tourists
Bourbon Steak
8
$$$
American
Georgetown
9 reviews
Another branch of Michael Mina's steakhouse, in the Four Seasons. — Not For Tourists
RIS
8
$$$
Cafe
Foggy Bottom - GWU - West End
9 reviews
Ris Lacoste's long-awaited restaurant offers sophisticated comfort food. — Washington Post
Marvin
8
$$
American
U Street Corridor
11 reviews
Requisite moules frites and nostalgic bières keep the kitchen on message but kid rock chef pushes the palate with Americana tributes dribbled in a rainbow of reduction sauce. — BlackBook
Tabard Inn Restaurant
8
$$
American
Dupont Circle
11 reviews
Romantic rendezvous. — Not For Tourists
The Bombay Club
8
$$$
American
Dupont Circle
10 reviews
Decorous waiters in penguin suits warn against the supposed heat of a non-threatening lamb vindaloo (thali platters, tandoori meats and Goan curries are also on offer). — Time Out
1789 Restaurant
8
$$$
American
Georgetown
13 reviews
Start with the foie gras or beef crudo two ways and move on to a main course of Alaskan halibut or rack of lamb. — Michelin Guide
minibar, Washington, D.C.
8
$$$
South American
9 reviews
A high-end cocktail/bar bites destination. — Gayot
Kellari Taverna
8
$$
Mediterranean
Dupont Circle
8 reviews
"Swim" to this "elegant Greek" seafooder in the Golden Triangle "that can rival any in Athens" with its "beautifully done" fish and tasty meze in a "bright", airy room. — Zagat
Oyamel
8
$$
Spanish
Downtown / Chinatown
11 reviews
A José Andrés cocina with Colin King’s ceviche, tacos (mahi mahi, baby pig, even cricket), stuffed poblano, hot and cold antijitos — Where
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