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 1  Acacia Bistro & Wine Bar

Mediterranean restaurant and wine bar. More than 100 different wines by the glass.
Top 100 restaurant in Washington DC. ( Washingtonian Magazine)
Show Details | Visit Page | ID Number : 24453
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Bistro Med

Alexa Beattie from Washington Post says: "The food at Bistro Med is simply delicious. Adana kebab, a long, hollow sausage of charbroiled ground lamb that can be rolled up in a pita with grilled peppers and onions, is precisely what you might buy from a stall in a Turkish bazaar."Located in the heart of Georgetown (3288 M St.), Bistro Med offers a great variety of appetizers and entrees. Friday and Saturday nights live music will accompany this unique dining experience. Late night breakfast is available from Thursday to Saturday between 11.00pm-5.00am.
ID Number : 8545
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Casablanca Restaurant

Casablanca offers fine Moroccan cuisine in authentic atmosphere and decor. Step out from the Cobblestone Streets of Old Town and enter exotic Morocco. At Casablanca, dining means not only fine food and excellent service, but also an immersion into the rich culture of Morocco. Arabic bands and singers everyFriday and Saturday in addition to nightly belly dancing performances enhance the atmosphere.
ID Number : 12246
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Circle Bistro at One Washington Circle Hotel

Swiss-born executive chef George Vetsch brings 20 years of classical culinary training, hands-on experience and creative menu philosophy to Circle Bistro. A veteran of the Washington DC's Oval Room, Ristorante Sostanza, Wazuri and Limelight Restaurant, chef George Vetsch's kitchen is adventurous and exciting with a menu that features an eclectic collection of American and Mediterranean fare.
ID Number : 20886
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Isabella's Taverna & Tapas Bar

The possibilities stretch to nearly 50 hot and cold tapas, and their descriptions pull readers in like a good story. There are plates for the bold: anchovies served on shaved onions, and shrimp spiked with chilies. There are also combinations for the less adventurous: bite-size meatballs and a tortilla espanola, that classic Spanish "omelet" of layered sliced potatoes.
ID Number : 18789
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Lebanese Taverna

Washington DC Restaurant Arlington Restaurant Lebanese Taverna Market 2641 Connecticut Ave. NW 5900 Washington Blvd. 4400 Old Dominion Dr. Washington DC Arlington, VA Arlington, VA (202) 265-8681 (703) 241-8681 (703) 276-8681
ID Number : 2210
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1320 19th Street, NW, Washington DC
Tel: 202.293-3244
7262 Woodmont Avenue, Bethesda, MD
Tel: 301.657-2441

ID Number : 7102
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Moroccan Restaurant

The Marrakesh is the premier authentic Moroccan restaurant in the Washington, D.C. area. Experience the magic of our exotic and delicately spiced cuisine while you relax amid Oriental splendor. Rich tapestries surround you and the rhythms of Moroccon music fill the air.
ID Number : 17767
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Parthenon Restaurant

All of us at The Parthenon are dedicated to making your visit happy and memorable.
5510 Connecticut Ave. NWWashington, DC 20015
TEL. (202) 966-7600

ID Number : 11611
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Zaytinya---which means olive oil in Turkish---raises the tapas concept up a notch with a menu created by chef José Andrés, whose genius with his two Jaleo restaurants made tapas part of DC lingo. Startlingly dramatic in its simplicity and blue-on-white color scheme, the restaurant nonetheless feels as intimate and beckoning as the corner pub. Maybe it’s the boisterous crowds, or perhaps the cheek-to-cheek seating and the attentive service. Whatever the magic, busy Zaytinya is the source of outstanding mezze: we have dunked balloon-like pita into golden olive oil---the bread is readily replenished, and you’ll need plenty---and delved into little plates of soft-as-butter octopus in a red wine sauce; braised lamb with an eggplant purée---and the eggplant had the consistency of whipped cream; and Turkish chicken with cured Turkish-style loin of beef. We could have eaten far into the night, so smitten were we with the tastes and textures. But don’t fall into the trap of overeating entrées. Save room for pastry chef Steve Klc’s wondrous Mediterranean-inspired confections, which bring together such ingredients as dates, oranges, goat’s milk yogurt, and orange flower water. And be sure to sample the Greek wines from the restaurant’s extensive list. You may not know one label from another, but the waitstaff can help you make a sound selection. Because of its moderate prices, Zaytinya becomes a regular stop-off on anyone’s list. Gastronomes may even become daily visitors.
Edison Place
701 Ninth St. NW (G St. NW)
Washington, DC 20001
ID Number : 22655
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