These special restaurants have great food and are among the most popular and expensive dining establishments in the Washington, DC area. So be sure to call ahead to make a reservation at least a few days in advance.
1226 36th St. NW, Washington, DC. (202) 965-1789. Georgetown’s premiere restaurant serving world-class American cuisine in a renovated Federal house.
24 & M Streets, NW, Washington, DC. (202) 419-6755. The contemporary restaurant features seasonally farm-fresh produce, meats and seafood.
1475 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC (202) 783-1475. American cuisine in one of Washington's historic dining landmarks.
Inn at Little Washington
Middle and Main Street, Washington, Virginia (540) 675-3800. Romantic country inn at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
1509 17th St. NW Washington, DC.(202) 332-9200. Upscale Mediterranean cuisine prepared by an award winning chef.
The Source by Wolfgang Puck
575 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW. Washington, DC (202) 637-6100. Elegant modern restaurant by a nationally acclaimed chef.
480 Seventh St. NW, Washington, DC. (202) 628-7949, 7271 Woodmont Avenue, Bethesda, Maryland, (301) 913-0003 and 2250 A Crystal Drive, Arlington, Virginia (703) 413-8181. Elegant Spanish restaurant with a romantic setting.
L'auberge Chez Francois
332 Springvale Rd. Great Falls, Virginia. (703) 759-3800. Elegant French country inn in Great Falls.
2401 Pennsylvania Ave., NW. Washington, DC. (202) 296-1166. French Belgian cuisine by one of DC's top chefs.
1739 N St. NW, Washington, DC. (202) 833-2668. New American cuisine in a quaint restaurant in a Victorian style hotel just blocks from the White House in downtown Washington DC.
110 South Pitt St. Alexandria, Virginia (703) 706-0450. The award-winning restaurant offers two unique dining experiences in “The Chef’s Tasting Room” and “The Bistro.” The menu is modern American cuisine with a Classical French influence.
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