1912 I St NW, Washington, DC | 202-293-6000 | Traditional Chinese Cuisine
Chalin’s Restaurants formerly known as Charlie Chiang Restaurants in Washington DC under the same management and Chefs. At each of their other locations, they strive to provide their patrons with their contemporary interpretation of traditional Chinese cuisine prepared to your individual taste and served in an intimate setting, with an emphasis on exemplary yet unobtrusive service. They use only the freshest ingredients and the finest of seasonings and spices.
Because of the expertise of their chefs (who among them possess more than a century of experience), they have been able to create healthy cuisine, while maintaining the pleasures involved in an exceptional dining experience. They offer both vegetarian and low-sodium menus upon request and would be very happy to prepare any entrée according to your request. If you have any special requests or concerns, please do not hesitate to tell them. Your complete satisfaction is their sole objective.
1001 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC | 202-626-0015 | American Cuisine, with a French flair
A Unique And Modern Gathering Spot locate between The White House and The Capitol in Penn Quarter
Enjoy a dining experience, which far exceeds your expectations. Chef Michel Richard, famous for his flagship restaurant, Citronelle, has opened a warm and inviting bistro right in the heart of the nation’s capital. Offering a selection of traditional American cuisine with a special French flair, Central Michel Richard represents a new modern refuge in a comfortable setting. Ideally situated in the center of Penn Quarter it is easy to reach and easy to afford. Featuring sumptuous appetizers and unique entrées at obtainable prices, prepared by Michel Richard, conversation is encouraged and relaxation is unavoidable. Enter a world inspired by innovation and enclosed in a new and chic atmosphere.
701 14th St. NW, Washington, DC | 202-393-3983 | Latin-American
A contemporary Latin-American inspired restaurant in Washington’s historic Colorado Building, Ceiba has been sizzling since it opened in 2003. The name “Ceiba” pays tribute to the imposing umbrella-shaped tree found throughout the new-world tropics, and the menu draws inspiration from the Yucatan (Vera Cruz and Cancun), Brazil (Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro), Peru, and Cuba.
The extensive travels of chef Jeff Tunks and his partners through these regions are reflected in Ceiba’s menu, presentation, and dramatic décor. An alluring lounge sprawling through the first two rooms of the restaurant is ideal for mixing dining and entertaining with cocktails and savory appetizers any time of day.
1100 New York Ave. NW, Washington, DC | 202-628-2222
Capitol City Brewing Co. opened its doors in 1992 as the first brew pub in our nation’s capitol since prohibition, thus giving its citizens and its many visitors the freedom to enjoy some of the finest hand-crafted beer in the country. On the front of their menu is the symbol of freedom, the Lady Liberty, a statue found atop our namesake, the United States Capitol.
Their dedicated brewers identify and use only the highest quality hops, fresh yeast and select malt to brew many of the world’s great ales, lagers and pilsners. Their state of the art brew-houses located in each restaurant enable our brewers to closely monitor each phase of the brewing process and bring the beer to you within hours of completion, fresher than you ever thought possible. We gladly give tours of the brewery upon request.
They have always taken great pride in our beer so come in and enjoy a cold pint of our very best and match it to one of the many menu selections tailored to the brews we serve. Their Chefs have developed and excellent menu of regional cuisine using ingredients cultivated in the Mid-Atlantic area and delivered fresh daily. Many of the items were developed specifically with our beer in mind and our imaginative Chefs have used their beer in many of the dishes in ways sure to delight.
They invite you to sample both of their unique locations in the Washington area. Our Virginia location offers a spacious view of the pedestrian promenade of the Village at Shirlington and a large patio to enjoy whenever the weather permits. Discover where it all started and stop by the original Capitol City Brewing Co. location at the corner of 11th and H St. NW. Nestled in the heart of Washington’s rejuvenated downtown, this location has become a local landmark for celebrating great beer and food with family and friends.
1401 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC | 202-942-700 | Traditional French Bistro
“…Café du Parc, offering a taste of Paris on the Potomac. The creation of renowned Alsatian chef, Antoine Westermann, its French-accented menu includes scrumptious pate en croûte, a pot-au-feu terrine, and a variety of desserts, with a wine list to enjoy.
– Business Traveler
839 17th St. NW, Washington, DC | 202-974-4260 | Mediterranean
Sharing the neighborhood with the White House, Café Soleil has seen 12 years of serving food and drink to DC’s business professionals of all ages and tourists visiting the historical landmarks in the surrounding area. They serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, and happy hour seven days a week. Their menu offers a wide variety of options, including steaks, salads, sandwiches, and fresh seafood.
Their goal is to ensure that each guest receives prompt, professional, friendly and courteous service. To maintain a clean, comfortable and well maintained restaurant for our guests and staff. To provide at a fair price – nutritional, well-prepared meals – using only high quality ingredients. To ensure that all guests and staff are treated with the respect and dignity they deserve. To thank each guest for the opportunity to serve them. By maintaining these objectives they shall be assured of a fair profit that will allow them to contribute to the community they serve.
1127 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, DC | 202-347-2233 | American cuisine
Café Promenade is located in the historic promenade of the Mayflower Renaissance Hotel just a few blocks from the White House. Serving modern American cuisine, you and your guests can enjoy fresh local and organic ingredients prepared using culinary flavors and influences from around the world. With much history and ambiance, Café Promenade is perfect for a leisurely breakfast, a power lunch, a romantic dinner or a relaxing afternoon tea.
Some of their signature dishes include the Café Promenade Maryland Crab Cakes and Mushroom Ravioli, as well as a continually evolving menu of appetizers, soups and salads that reflect local, seasonal ingredients.