Planning to visit Washington any time soon? Well, then you might be searching for the best places you can have amazing food. In fact, you do not just need to always enter a cafe for having a lavish lunch or dinner. Hotel restaurants in Washington are at the top of their game when it comes to serving great, inventive menus along with award-winning dishes.
To help you enjoy these dishes, we have listed the top seven hotel restaurants that we recommend you to visit when you are in Washington below.
Cherry at the W Hotel Washington
The W Hotel Washington, DC has just undergone a huge renovation where the owner spent more than a million dollars to upgrade it. Along with this, they have also worked on creating an exquisite and wonderfully new restaurant – Cherry. The brunch in this restaurant is something that you must go for. In fact, you will just need to spend $40 for a buffet brunch with a cocktail.
And if you are in a party mood, you can pay $25 more to get bottomless bellinis and mimosas. For those who want to avoid any buffet, they have an a-la-carte menu as well. Enjoy a live DJ and the fantastic view from their rooftop bar on your visit here.
Brothers and Sisters at The Line Hotel
The Line Hotel that is in Adams Morgan has the liveliest lobbies in the whole city, thanks to its hip crowd and open plan. The Brothers and Sisters restaurant is a great spot to visit. Headed by the renowned local chef, Eric Brunner-Yang, the restaurant has a very diverse menu. You can order anything from blue cheese wontons to udon noodles.
The Pembroke at The Dupont Circle Hotel
The Pembroke is one of the most beautifully designed restaurants I have come across in my life. In fact, the restaurant was renovated to get enough natural light due to its wraparound patio. Moreover, the coral leather booth is a perfect place to be seen and for taking elegant pictures as well.
Plume at The Jefferson Hotel
This restaurant comes under the most romantic restaurants in the city. So, if you are searching for a place where you can celebrate your special occasion, Plume is right for you. Designed with dapper servers, bronze accents, and crystal chandeliers, it is a luxurious dining experience that you will have from the beginning to the end. It feels like another world when you enter here. They have a great menu that will leave you awestruck. Once you are done here, head to the Quill bar of The Jefferson Hotel to have out-of-the-world cocktails.
Via Sophia at The Hamilton Hotel
Just like some restaurants mentioned here, The Hamilton Hotel also underwent a million-dollar renovation. During this renovation, its former restaurant 14K turned into Via Sophia, which is now an intimate and modern restaurant. This restaurant also has a piano, in case you want some action to be added. The menu is great and has some traditional handmade pasta dishes as well.
Bourbon Steak at Four Seasons
In case you have been searching for the best place to entertain your clients, then the Bourbon Steak is the one for you. And from the name, you know that steak is the star of the menu. Although, you can enjoy many other varieties of dishes. One great thing about this place is that it has a lively bar as well and a garden for a post-dinner stroll.
Blue Duck Tavern at Park Hyatt
This restaurant has always been on the top list for many years now. In Park Hyatt, Blue Duck Tavern has a dining room that is refined without being pretentious. It has a very hyper-seasonal menu and great service that would make you want to go here always. Tip: try their breakfast menu, especially pancakes. You can thank us later!