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.
Old Ebbitt Grill located by the White House is a classic restaurant - the oldest in D.C.
Steps from the White House and okay food. Can sometimes see the motorcade passing through.
Washington, DC's oldest bar, established in 1856. The perfect place for early morning breakfast or post-theater supper. Best Raw Bar in the city with oysters from both coasts, clams, shrimp and Maine lobster. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night dining daily, and weekend brunch. Around…
Opened in 1856, Washington's oldest bar and restaurant. First place to stay open when Congress was out of session. Since 1970, because of its popularity Old Ebbitt Grill has been frequented by numerous politicians, some known for scandals and maneuvering. It has also been the site of parties…
Very touristy but still an absolute favorite place with lots of history. Sit at the bar for one of the best martinis in the city, enjoy oysters on the half shell, and stroll across the street to take in the sights of the White House. Easily accessible by bus.
“Close enough to the monuments, huge menu with tons of options (and surprisingly great sushi!)”
“The Kennedy Center for Performing Arts is a must to visit, its designed architecture, spectacular views, its Opera House, classic ballet and modern dance, Broadway musicals. At the pic one of mu sisters visiting some months ago.”
“The Burger is bomb, however the French Cuisine is to die for. It's a must have place to pop in weather its for breakfast lunch or dinner”
“From ZAGAT: These “phenomenal” Indian destinations take a centuries-old cuisine to a “whole new level” with “innovative” interpretations like crispy spinach “unlike anything you’ve ever had” served in “beautiful”, “modern” settings that rank among DC’s “swankiest”; “friendly, unobtrusive” servers put novices at ease, while an “accessible” price point (for high-end dining) means one must “plan ahead” for prime-time reservations. Our favorite "must have" dish is the Palak Chaat.”
“I literally cannot say how excellent this joint is! Hanks will not disappoint! Start off with an oyster shooter. Try the the seafood plateau, lobster deviled eggs (to DIE for), lobster bisque (so decadent with huge chunks of lobster), sea scallops, and a lobster roll. It is ALL wonderful! Service is excellent. Eat here! Great place for dinner. FYI they change their menu all the time.”