Washington Restaurants near D.A.R. Constitution Hall

Our list of the best food near D.A.R. Constitution Hall. Our top pick: Fogo de Chao.
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  • D.A.R. Constitution Hall

    D.A.R. Constitution Hall

    1776 D St NW
    Constitution Hall, 1776 D St NW, ☎ +1 202 628-1776. M-F 9AM-4PM, Sa 9AM-5PM. Free. D.A.R. Constitution Hall is a smaller venue for concerts and other events. It is also home to the Daughters of the American Revolution Museum, which displays fine arts, ceramics, quilts, and other items, and period rooms. Special events held at Constitution Hall have included filming of the popular game shows, Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune. Architect John Russell Pope designed the building, which was completed in 1929, and is designated a National Historic Site. It was originally built to house the annual D.A.R. convention, and was home to the National Symphony Orchestra, prior to the opening of the Kennedy Center.
    Downtown food nearby
  • Fogo de Chao

    Fogo de Chao

    1101 Pennsylvania Ave NW
    Lunch: M-F 11:30AM-2:30PM; dinner: M-Th 5PM-10PM, F 5PM-10:30PM, Sa 4:30PM-10:30PM, Su 4PM-9:30PM. Lunch: $32.50; dinner:49.50. This national (not international) chain has spread to most major U.S. cities, and is a big downtown hit everywhere it is. Brazilian cuisine can actually be a bit of a let down, with one exception—meat. This is basically an all-you-can-eat meat experience, and the meats are good (there are sides too, of course). Flip your green card up, and the chefs come with meat; flip it to red, and the chefs let you eat. Recognizing a certain weakness in the model, the restaurant also has a really nice salad bar, for a considerably lower price than the meat menu.
    Downtown
  • The Hay-Adams Hotel

    The Hay-Adams Hotel

    800 16th St NW
    Su-Th 11:30AM-midnight, F-Sa 11:30AM-12:30AM. Recognized by Forbes.com as one of the world’s best hotel bars, Off the Record is known as Washington’s premiere "power bar" (right across the park from the White House), and a place to be seen and not heard.
    Downtown
  • Equinox

    Equinox

    818 Connecticut Ave NW
    M-Th 11:30AM-2PM,5:30PM-10PM, F 11:30AM-2PM,5:30PM-10PM, Sa 5:30PM-10:30PM, Su 5:30PM-9PM. $45-60; tasting menus: $75-90. Celebrity chef Todd Gray's D.C. restaurant, serving fine seasonal American cuisine. Offers a tasting menu, with pasta, fish, and cheese courses. Vegetarian options also available.
    Downtown
  • Zaytinya

    Zaytinya

    701 9th St NW
    Authentic Eastern Mediterranean small plates in Gallery Place, DC Chef/Owner: José Andrés Head Chef: Michael Costa GM: Patrick Desotelle
    Downtown
  • Zaytinya

    Zaytinya

    701 9th St NW
    Su-M 11:30AM-10PM, Tu-Th 11:30AM-11PM, F-Sa 11:30AM-midnight. $20-45. Tapas, antojitos, and... mezzes! Andrés' alphabetically last restaurant serves a variety of meat, seafood, and vegetarian Greek and Lebanese mezzes, along with large selection of wines from the same region.
    Downtown
  • Minibar

    Minibar

    855 E Street NW
    Seating times Tu-Sa 6PM and 8:30PM, Su 5PM and 7:30PM. $150. Mr. Andrés' wild culinary ride through molecular-gastronomy. Reservations are hard to come by at this six-customer, two-chef restaurant, which will serve you a 30-course meal of everything from cotton candy foie gras to lobster injection to beet tumbleweed. Even by its own extreme standards, the Dragon Popcorn caused a local stir last year—caramelized curry popcorn dipped into liquid nitrogen, which causes smoke to come out your nose after eating. Reservations open up one month in advance, and you should call at 10AM if you want to get one (and watch out for the rude reservations lady).
    Downtown
  • Fogo de Chão

    Fogo de Chão

    1101 Pennsylvania Ave NW
    The gaucho way of preparing meat.
    Downtown
  • Co Co. Sala

    Co Co. Sala

    929 F St NW
    DC's premier chocolate lounge & boutique.
    Downtown
  • Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar

    Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar

    801 9th St., NW
    Come try our new menus, inspired by Chef Guillermo Pernot's recent travels in Cuba.
    Downtown
  • Old Ebbitt Grill

    Old Ebbitt Grill

    675 15th St NW
  • Lincoln's Waffle Shop

    Lincoln's Waffle Shop

    504 10th St NW
    M-F 5:30AM-7PM, Sa-Su 5:30AM-3PM. $4-12. An extraordinarily rare creature: a diner in downtown D.C. A dive that serves good waffles, assorted breakfast foods, coffee, and burgers. Skip this place if you've been committing crimes, though—it's packed with police.
    Downtown
  • Acadiana

    Acadiana

    901 New York Ave NW
    For menus or reservations check out www.acadianarestaurant.com
    Downtown
  • The Hamilton

    The Hamilton

    600 14th St NW
    restaurant; live music venue / #EatDrinkListen
    Downtown
  • Oya Restaurant & Lounge

    Oya Restaurant & Lounge

    777 9th St NW
    SUSHI HOUR Mon-Fri 5pm-8pm: Special Priced Sushi, beer, wine, and specialty cocktails
    Downtown
  • Chef Geoff's (Downtown)

    Chef Geoff's (Downtown)

    1301 Pennsylvania Ave NW
    5 Restaurants in Washington DC Area
    Downtown
  • Ceiba

    Ceiba

    701 14th St NW
    For menus or reservations check out www.ceibarestaurant.com.
    Downtown
  • Georgia Brown's

    Georgia Brown's

    950 15th St NW
    Located in Washington DC, Georgia Brown’s restaurant offers award-winning Southern cuisine. Come to Georgia Brown’s for traditional Southern classics, and don’t miss our famous Sunday jazz brunch!
    Downtown
  • Central Michel Richard

    Central Michel Richard

    1001 Pennsylvania Ave NW
    Official site of Central Michel Richard. As one of the most talked-about new restaurants in Washington DC, Central reinvents classic American cuisine with a whimsical French twist. Become enraptured by the unique spirit of this Washington DC restaurant, where every meal is a lesson in joie de vivre.
    Downtown
  • Bobby Van's Steakhouse

    Bobby Van's Steakhouse

    809 15th St NW
    Fine aged steaks & fresh seafood served daily. One of New York City’s best Steakhouses.
    Downtown
  • Bobby Van's grill

    Bobby Van's grill

    1201 New York Ave NW
    1201 New York Avenue Northwest Washington, DC 20005
    Downtown
  • District of Pi

    910 F St NW
    M-Th 11AM-11PM, F-Sa 11AM-midnight, Su 11AM-10PM. Pizzas: $12-25. A St. Louis import, this big pizzeria excels with the cornmeal crust deep dish pies as well as there rotating craft beer list. It's big enough where you can actually get a table after a game at the Verizon Center, although the service can be slow when they are busy.
    Downtown
  • Oceanaire Seafood Room

    Oceanaire Seafood Room

    1201 F St NW
  • Capital City Brewing Company

    Capital City Brewing Company

    1100 New York Ave NW
  • Starbucks

    13037 Lee Jackson Meml Hwy
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
  • Siroc

    Siroc

    915 15th Street NW
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