Restaurant Washington DC
by Joel Jacobson
The nation’s capitol offers some great restaurant Washington DC
So much to see, so little time, not to mention so much to eat! With all the things to see and do in Washington DC; Arlington National Cemetery, Smithsonian Institute, The Capitol, all the memorials on the mall, it’s no wonder you can build up a capital sized appetite as well. There is some exquisite restaurant Washington DC for your choosing after a long day of sightseeing.
Named restaurant of the year several times, Clyde’s restaurants have always encouraged the use of fresh local products. Their restaurants are also known for their striking décor. John Laytham is the proprietor of these establishments, and he has a passionate urge to collect. Some extraordinary artifacts he has in the restaurants, automobiles and airplanes among them.
If money is no object, and you would like a really good steak, then a restaurant Washington DC to check out is Charlie Palmer Steak. The modern American cooking has been called impressive, and the wine list is presented to you in a hand held computer.
Looking for something romantic in a restaurant Washington DC? Try Café la Rouche to get your first kiss under the Eiffel Tower, which is a miniature one. Set up like a Paris bistro, there are wooden tables squeezed side by side and French street signs and mirrors line yellow walls. Candles flicker romantically on the tables.
Capital Lounge is a restaurant Washington DC known for its 25 cent Wednesday night taco specials. It’s a Capital Hill favorite – greasy but good. Adding to the cheap prices are some of the political humor that adorns the place. LBJ hats, a JFK portrait, and signs such as Democrat Parking Only surround you, but it’s all in good fun and a casual atmosphere. A cigar and martini lounge is downstairs, and the juke box plays tunes everything from Hank Williams to White Stripes.
If you like seafood, then McCormick and Schmick’s is a restaurant Washington DC you’ll want to check out. The Maine lobster is a bit pricey at $29.95, but the happy hour you can order steamed mussels, two oyster shooters, or a cheeseburger with fries for just $1.95!
You’ll step back in time when you step into Chadwick’s. This restaurant Washington DC has a small stone staircase which leads to a cut-glass door and gives you the feeling you are walking onto the set of cheers. They offer lots of happy hour specials no matter what time you leave work.
After checking out the sites of Washington DC, just getting out of work, or taking your sweetheart out for a romantic dinner, there isn’t a lack of choice when it comes to restaurant Washington DC There’s lots of great food to choose from, and lots of history surrounding the area.
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