Washington, D.C. is historically a region of power players, mover and shakers in politics. Many networking relationships are brought together over good food and a glass of wine.
The Oval Room. Very classy and sophisticated, considered the "Who's Who" of D.C. restaurant.
Palm Restaurant. A family owned restaurant that originated in New York City, by two Italian immigrants whose accents were mistaken to be said "Palm" when they registered their business. It has become a fixture of the American Dream.
The Occidental Restaurant. Built in the early 1900s, this restaurant was the site of the closure of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Old Ebbitt Grill. Built in the mid 1800s, this is the oldest saloon in Washington D.C.
The Dubliner Restaurant and Pub. An Irish restaurant of dark woods, it is comfortable atmosphere since 1970s.
Bistro Bis. This restaurant touts itself as serving Senators and powerbrokers.
Bullfeathers of Capitol Hill. Touts itself as where the House of Representatives dine, because it isn't all about the Senators.
The Monocle Restaurant. Serving Capitol Hill since 1960. Nicknamed as "first table cloth restaurant."