High End Sit Down Restaurants in the DC Area
The best places to dine in town! 🇺🇸
Washington, DC
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
The Park at 14th
MUST HAVES: jerk wings (fall off the bone) spinach dip and the mac & cheese. go for happy hour to get a great discount on their most famous menu items. go for happy hour to get a great discount on their most famous menu items
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Centreville, VA
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Kaikaya Japanese Sushi & Sake bar
MUST HAVES: mango jack, tuna tartare, davy jones roll, tuna sashimi. they are open until 2 am and right near the infamous Spa World. Go sweat out all your toxins at the spa first then treat yourself to a nice, fresh sushi dinner or vise versa. The possibilities are endless
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Washington, DC
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Cava Mezze
MUST HAVES: Saganaki (tableside flambeed cheese) and lollipop chicken. order lots of plates since they are tapas style - and take what you don’t eat home, they make excellet leftovers
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Rockville, MD
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
La Limeña Grill
MUST HAVES: ceviche and pisco sour. they recently opened a 2nd restaurant and named it "La Limena Grill" which offers the same dishes, plus some other influences. If you cant get a table at one, try the other - they are right down the street from each other
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Germantown, MD
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Agrodolce
MUST HAVE: Prosciutto grilled cheese sandwich with a nice glass of cold sauvignon blanc, crème brulee. ask for alfredo sauce, in addition to the marinara sauce - and dip the sandwich in both, pure heaven
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Frederick, MD
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Firestone's Culinary Tavern
MUST HAVE: dry aged cowboy steak. Period. ask to be seated on the second floor near the window - another great view
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Washington, DC
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Mari Vanna DC
MUST HAVES: everything - authentic russian homestyle food. go for dinner on the weekend, some parts of the restaurant turn into a lounge/club so you can just have dinner and dancing all in one
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Bethesda, MD
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Mon Ami Gabi
MUST HAVES: best pate I have tried. best time to go is during brunch and then you can go shopping afterwards since it's in the Bethesda Row shopping area
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Rockville, MD
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Iron Age
MUST HAVES: brisket. they don’t take reservations and if you go there during peak times, you will wait a minimum of 2 hours for a table. Go during less busy times, OR go and put your name down and then take care of some shopping or errands at one of the shopping centers nearby while you wait
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Frederick, MD
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Volt
CHEFS TASTING MENU, nuff said. check their website for their philosophy and biography - it really gives you an idea of what this restaurant is all about
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Washington, DC
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Rasika West End
MUST HAVES: Palak Chaat appetiser, trust me on this one. Chicken Biryani has the most interesting presentation and tastes incredible of course. They have 2 locations in DC, both are good. Make sure to make a reservation wayyyy ahead of time as they are always booked solid.
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Washington, DC
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Supra
MUST HAVES: Ajaruli Khachapuri (the best cheese bread you'll ever have) and Khinkali (soup dumblings). Pair your meal with one of the Georgian or Armenian wines that they offer to enhance the experience
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Rockville, MD
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Baronessa Italian Restaurant
MUST HAVES: Pasta Mare e Monti (smoked paprika infused pasta) and the oven baked chicken wings. They are incredibly accomodating with each persons needs - so if you have any special dietary requests, don’t hesitate to let them know. They want to please their customers
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Washington, DC
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
La Vie
MUST HAVES: the Halibut (with crème fresh on top) and the shrimp imperial appetizer. Go during daytime when it's stil light out, dress nice and take a friend with you because you're going to want to take pictures there! It is absolutely stunning inside
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Potomac, MD
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Sugo Osteria & Pizzeria
EVERYTHING on their all you can eat menu is to die for but my favorites are the steak and eggs, the nutella waffle, the french toast and the chicken and waffle. I highly recommend doing their AYCE brunch - $35 per person, plus $0.25 unlimited mimosas.
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Washington, DC
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Founding Farmers DC
You really can't go wrong with any of their options, they source their food from local farms so it's always good. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner so you can go anytime. they have several locations around the DC area, if you cant make it to the Potomac one, go to the DC or VA locations.
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Vienna, VA
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Chima Steakhouse
MUST HAVES: Picanha steak, roasted pineapple, gorgonzola mousse for the meat, cheese rolls. celebrate a birthday at Chima and receive a Tiramisu on the house
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Washington, DC
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Rosa Mexicano
MUST HAVES: tableside guacamole. ask for a table near the window so you can enjoy the view
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Arlington, VA
restaurants
Posted almost 6 years ago
Kona Grill - Arlington
MUST HAVES: 2 non negotiable dishes are the jalapeno yellowtail sashimi and salmon wasabi sashimi. After those, you can't go wrong with any of their rolls - they are all delicious. If you go during Happy Hour, you'll get more bang for your buck! Make sure to have a Moscow Mule too.
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