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Some of our favorite places to eat and drink,
and a few of our favorite things to eat and drink:

DC Metro Food Tours

DC Metro Food Tours offers unique food tasting and cultural walking tours that brings you to some of the Washington DC area's most historic and significant neighborhoods. Learn from highly trained guides about the architecture and history while tasting cuisine from locally owned and operated restaurants. Select from:


On your own:

Beautiful table settings Citronelle
 Chef Richard's Chef's Table is perhaps the most enjoyable and intimate way to experience his inimitable style. This grill-side table, which seats six to eight, is located inside the expansive display kitchen. Chef Richard lovingly tailors a degustation dinner menu using the freshest ingredients and mingling seasonal favorites with guest preferences. Don't miss this scrumptious behind-the-scenes opportunity

LOBSTER MEDALLION, citronelle sauce, Japanese eggplant
CHOCOLATE FLAKES, minted milk, bergamot ice cream

3000 M Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007

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inside Capitol City Brewing Co.Capital City Brewing Co.

Capitol Hill location is housed in the historic Postal Square Building. Built in 1911 with a major addition in 1929, Postal Square served as the Federal City Post Office until 1986. The Postal Service then proposed a complete rehabilitation which included a repair of the building's facade and the painstaking restoration of the Grand Lobby and the Postmaster's Suite.

Prohibition Porter logoProhibition Porter: A favorite among  regulars, this beer style was popular in the 1700's with the porters of produce markets in England from which its name is derived. Over the years, this style of beer became virtually extinct, but along with the resurgence of the craft beer industry, Porter has made a comeback.

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Ireland's Four Provinces entranceIreland's Four Fields

Live Irish music is performed 7 nights per week. The 4P's hosts Irish Concerts throughout the year.

Cottage Pie -- Home style cottage pie featuring chicken breast, mushrooms, carrots, and onions, cooked in a rich casserole and topped with fluffy mashed potatoes. $8.50

Washington D.C. - $25 Gift Certificates for $10

410 First Street, Southeast, Washington, DC, 20003




2434 18th Street NW, Washington, DC, 20009




Singapore Bistro  
1134 19th St. NW, Washington, DC, 20036




Teatro Goldoni  
1909 K St., NW, Washington, DC, 20006




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