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Mark was our server and he was fantastic. He makes a great comedy duo with Ryan. The food was excellent. We had the cauliflower, eggplant, the bone marrow and patatas bravas. When you have a great experience you want a restaurant to get everything perfect which is why i want to mention the room was way too bright and the music almost nonexistent. All ambiance came from service and the food. Also the bartender remade my old fashioned (too sweet the first time) MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Our restaurant Bistro Eighteen90 features sizzling breakfast skillet sensations and a buffet breakfast. For dinner, you can settle at a table to enjoy regional specialties and upscale-casual cuisine in an inviting atmosphereMore
Cheesetique, established in 2004, is the go-to neighborhood spot for fine cheeses, food-friendly wine, and an eclectic, cheese-centric menu.
We’re a specialty cheese and wine shop. We’re a comfortable, cheese-centric restaurant. We’re all things to all cheese lovers, so join us to shop, dine, or both!More
O-Ku DC is a modern Japanese restaurant opening May 2018 in the Union Market neighborhood of Northeast Washington, DC. Executive Chef Bryan Emperor will create a menu of innovative dishes using traditional Japanese techniques and the finest fish and ingredients from around the world.
The 120-seat restaurant will also house a lounge specializing in Japanese whiskey as well as a 40-seat rooftop bar, both featuring a sleek industrial design to complement the surrounding neighborhood.More
Located across the Potomac River about an hour west of Washington, D.C., Fairfax lets you take a quiet break from the bustling national capital. However, don't assume that a small town means limited restaurants. Fairfax is home to everything from Indian food to fine Italian dining to American favorites like hamburgers. For a true taste of down-home Virginia cooking, be sure to try a sweet potato biscuit. Virginia is home to half a dozen varieties of heirloom sweet potato, which taste best when cooked into a flaky biscuit and served as a ham sandwich. Many local restaurants serve Southern-influenced comfort food, but you can enjoy Italian, Indian and other international cuisine as well. Head down Route 236 or 29 to find a popular restaurant while you're in town.