Old Ebbitt Grill
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Oldest dining saloon in DC. Across from White House. American Fare. Largest selection of oysters in DC. Open daily-breakfast, lunch, dinner, late-night.
Iconic restaurant offering American meals, including popular oyster specials, in Victorian-style digs. What we order: Oysters and alcoholic drinks! Then we warm up our stomach with clam chowder.
Probably the most famous restaurant in Washington DC, its right next to the White House and does not disappoint! You will definitely need a reservation
This is the oldest saloon in DC. It can take 45 minutes to get a table but put your name down, they will call you on your phone when the table is ready, go and have a drink at POV while you wait. POV is a rooftop bar next door
Quintessential DC. A fun place to have lunch if you are visiting the White House or the Renwick museum.
“1/2 price sushi everyday from 3:00PM-6:00PM and 11:00PM to closing. Very fresh. Great American food as well.”
“A quick 10-minute walk from the Georgetown waterfront, you’ll find D.C.’s own version of the Metropolitan Opera House. Bringing in top performers from around the world in theater, opera, ballet, as well as various musical concerts from orchestra to hip-hip for the entertainment of all ages.”
“We absolutely love this place. We would always bring guests to this amazing restaurant and have a few drinks at their patio. We order foie gras for appetizer, lobster risotto and duck! Don’t forget to call ahead of time as they are always booked. ”
“Reservartions recommended. Palak Chaat is insanely good here. I think the whole menu is solid, honestly. ”
“Great Oyster and Seafood Bar. The only downside is that this location does not take reservations. But you can call ahead and put your name on the list. Although this location is in Dupont Circle and a short walk from the metro stop, they have a location on Capitol Hill and a brand new one on the Wharf.”