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EPIC Smokehouse combines the best aspects of a fine dining steakhouse and a barbecue joint. It features smoked meat and seafood entrees. Located in Arlington near the Pentagon City Mall, EPIC is designed to be the ideal neighborhood gathering place with an open kitchen eat bar, patio seating, extensive bar selection and unparalleled wine list.
1330 SOUTH FERN STREET
Arlington, Virginia 22202
With a name that nods to hospitality (the pineapple) and elegance (the pearls), it’s no wonder rockstar chef Aaron Silverman’s most luxurious endeavor is a smash hit. You don’t even have to wait in line, like at Silverman’s eldest child, Rose’s Luxury. The elaborate, wonder-filled tasting menu wowed Michelin -- they awarded Pineapple and Pearls a cool two stars.
715 8th St SE
Washington, District Of Columbia 20003
Reston Town Center combines elements of the ideal downtown: the vitality of an Italian piazza and the diversity of a French boulevard. Easy-to-access stores make shopping a year-round pleasure. You’ll discover famous names and specialty shops lining the brick streets.This acclaimed outdoor venue offers more than 50 retail shops, 30 restaurants, a multiscreen cinema, and the Hyatt Regency Reston Hotel.
11900 Market Street
Reston, Virginia 20190
Local food crusader chef Spike Gjerde of Woodberry Kitchen in Baltimore lets his culinary philosophy of sustainability take center stage at his first DC restaurant, A Rake’s Progress, inside The Line Hotel. From the moment you take your seat and receive a menu kissed with a wax seal, the attention to detail is intensely apparent. Inside the menu, you’ll find an assortment of dishes, most of which come from the wood-burning hearth that runs all evening.
1770 Euclid St. NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20009
Named after the Sea of Cortez, this restaurant and tequila bar from the Takoda team is channeling Baja California. The menu stars tacos, with fillings like beer-battered fish and citrus pork shoulder. They’re accompanied by staple starters like guacamole and elote. To drink, there’s tequila, rum, Latin-American beer, classic Mexican cocktails, and frozen drinks.
1905 9th St NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20001
in Sports Bar
The Lodge has the look and feel of the log and stone "Great Camps" of the Adirondack Mountains built around the turn of the century. The heart of The Lodge is The Great Room, a 200 year-old two-story timber barn from Vermont, anchored at each end by massive stone fireplaces. The Saranac Room has broad skylights, a stone fireplace, and a small bar with a birch bark canoe topped by an intriguing Native American weathervane.
2 Preserve Parkway
Rockville, Maryland 20852
This addition to The Wharf takes after its chef’s hometown, Mexico City, a mixing bowl of cultures and cuisines. KNEAD Hospitality + Design and Roberto Santibañez of Fonda in New York City have pulled from diverse regions across Mexico to develop Mi Vida. The menu ranges from ceviches and tacos to zesty enchiladas and roasted meats from the hearth.
98 District Square SW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20024
They have raised the standard of excellence for steakhouses everywhere. Well known for its outstanding, service, wine and food. Their wine list, known as the "Fleming's 100" is a notch above all the rest. Stylish and contemporary, you are hard pressed to find a better and more memorable dining experience. Enhancing your experience at every location is Fleming's WiNEPAD™
1960 Chain Bridge Rd
Mc Lean, Virginia 22102
Bad Saint opened quietly, but since then, it’s been anything but quiet. The tiny, no-reservations restaurant quickly became a local darling, with daily lines stretching down the block. It also won over the national and international food authorities, earning a Michelin Bib Gourmand award, a spot on Bon Appétit’s Hot 10 list, and a rave review from The New York Times.
3226 11th St NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20010
Tail Up Goat is a neighborhood restaurant based in the historic Adams Morgan enclave of Washington, DC. After a decade working side-by-side at some of the city's finest restaurants, owners Jon Sybert, Jill Tyler, and Bill Jensen opened their doors in February 2016. As longtime Adams Morgan residents, they hoped to establish the kind of enduring local institution they would want to frequent themselves. They were and are supported in this dream by a former regular turned partner, Kevin Doyle.
1827 Adams Mill Rd NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20009