Where to eat and what to do in Washington, D.C.
Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington, United States56 dicas
If you can bear the thought of dessert, splurge on the butter cake. Served warm on a pool of caramel sauce, the golden confection smells of butter and sugar. Leia mais
About as friendly and hassle-free as a wine bar can be, Pursuit has pleasant bartenders who have no problem discussing and recommending the 3 dozen selections, including a quartet that comes on tap. Leia mais
This is a gorgeous space with a wine list that will surprise even the most jaded drinkers. Hungarian roses, Serbian and Macedonian reds, Slovenian and Greek whites paint their lists. Leia mais
Make sure to get a reservation for this popular cocktail spot. Their wildly in-demand and inventive cocktails, such as the hickory-smoke-infused rum in the Ode to Omaha, fill seats often. Leia mais
Here’s the place to go, relatively inexpensively, with a group, or to make the vegan in your party feel welcome, with meatless menus on Tuesdays and Sundays. Low corkage fee: $5. Leia mais