United States Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. Guide Things To Do Essentials Restaurants Nightlife Where to Stay Neighborhoods Events Getaways All Washington, D.C. The Willard Room Restaurant Review Written by Rachel Cooper Facebook Twitter Linkedin Rachel Cooper is a travel writer who has lived in the Washington, D.C., area for more than 25 years. She is also the author of several books covering the capital and mid-Atlantic regions. Tripsavvy's Editorial Guidelines Rachel Cooper Updated 06/26/19 Share Pin Email Photo © Willard InterContinental Hotel The Bottom Line The Willard Room is located just two blocks from the White House in the Willard InterContinental Hotel, one of Washington, DC's most acclaimed historic hotels. The beautiful dining room is ideal for a power breakfast, business dinner or a special occasion. Note: The Willard Room is currently open to the public for holiday dinners and special events only. Pros Elegant dining room with beautiful setting Creative American and French cuisine Attentive service Cons Expensive Description Address: 1401 Pennsylvania Ave., NW Washington, DC Phone: (202)628-9100 Hours: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Sunday Brunch Reservations: Suggested Parking: Valet and validation available in the garage Metro: Closest station is Metro Center Prices: Breakfast $12-25; Lunch entrees $24-28; Dinner entrees $26-36; Sunday Brunch $65, $75 with sparkling wine Guide Review - The Willard Room Restaurant Review Based on the Taste of America Brunch -The Willard Room is a grand dining room with impressive decor - high ceilings with beautiful wood paneling, lots of crystal chandeliers, fresh flower arrangements and spacious seating providing a quiet and intimate experience. Sunday brunch features a buffet with a wide variety of dishes including made to order eggs and crepes, buttermilk waffles with fruit toppings, house made pastries, a selection of seafood (shrimp, oysters, tuna, and more), salads, cheeses, carved to order meats such as lamb and beef tenderloin and a variety of decadent desserts. The servers are very attentive, replacing your silverware and refilling your sparkling wine throughout your meal. Mimosas and Bloody Marys are also available.The Willard InterContinental is a Washington, DC landmark that has been frequented by world leaders, American political figures, high level business executives and famous entertainers. The hotel also offers casual French dining at Cafe du Parc, private dining, cocktails in the Round Robin Bar and afternoon tea in Peacock Alley.Reviewed June 2007 - Prices are subject to changeAs is common in the industry, the writer was provided with a complimentary meal for the purpose of the review. While it has not influenced this review, About.com believes in full disclosure of all potential conflicts of interest. For more information, see our ethics policy. All prices and offering mentioned herein are subject to change without notice. Was this page helpful? Thanks for letting us know! Share Pin Email Tell us why! Submit The Lyle Hotel Review - Washington, D.C. 32 Great Penn Quarter Restaurants in Washington DC Where to Find the Best Brunch in Washington, D.C. Best Places to Eat Breakfast in Washington, DC Valentine's Day Dining Specials in Washington, DC All About the Willard Hotel in Washington, D.C. How to Take a Luxury Vail Vacation for Less Celebrate Easter With Brunch in Albuquerque The 7 Best Burlington, Vermont Hotels of 2021 Treat Your Mom to Mother's Day Brunch in Washington, D.C. Enjoy the View from Waterfront Restaurants in Georgetown The Best Brunch Spots in Miami 10 Most Romantic Restaurants in Washington, D.C. Where to Eat for New Year's Eve in the Washington, D.C. Area Best Easter Brunches in San Francisco The 9 Best Bottomless Brunches in Washington, D.C.