Washington DC is one of Zagat’s “Most Exciting Food Cities in America” and home to restaurants that have earned the attention of the major gourmet magazines. The fourth Michelin Guide, Washington DC offers many reasons to dig to its expanding dining scene.
Blue Duck Tavern - located in the Park Hyatt, Blue Duck serves incredible farm-to-fork fare.
Masseria - Nicholas Stefanelli takes diners to the coast of Italy through prix-fare perfection and rustic décor.
Metier - Eric Ziebold’s elegant tasting room, situated below his starred Kinship restaurant, offers American cuisine near the Marriot Marquis
Pineapple and Pearls - famous for its multi-course modern American tasting menu, this Capitol Hill spot entices diners with lavish creations like poached shrimp, a morel-filled French omelet and Pecorino pound cake.
Siren by Robert Wiedmaier is located in The Darcy, Curio Collection by Hilton. Siren by RW offers seasonal “Chef’s Whim” a multi-course tasting menu featuring fresh seafood bites for up to 8 guests.
Jose Andres - 2018 James Beard Humanitarian of the Year - Discover a culinary empire in Penn Quarter with favorites Zaytinya, Oyamel, China Chilcano, Jaleo an inventive Michelin two-starred minibar.
Amy Brandwein - 2018 RAMMY Award Chef of the Year - Centrolina’s chef/owner holds the local restaurant association’s most coveted honor for her Italian market restaurant hybrid - think fresh pasta, seared tuna and octopus - in City Center DC
Jeremiah Langhorne - 2018 James Beard Award Best Chef: Mid Atlantic - A Virginia native, Langhorne helms one of DC’s hottest restaurants, The Dabney