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Washington, District of Columbia, USA

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Washington Dining

For a mix of French, Californian and American cuisine head to Michel Richard Citronelle for a night of gourmet food and creative desserts. Try the lobster roll and the Kit Kat Bar for dessert. Try the prix fix with the wine pairing for a truly exceptional meal. The décor is very open and you can see straight into the kitchen. The servers are very friendly and attentive and will gladly help you pick out wines with your meal. Make sure to watch the mood wall as it changes colors throughout the evening.

If you’re in the mood for fresh fish make sure to visit Makoto for great sushi and Japanese food. The restaurant is decorated in traditional but fun Japanese art. Each item is presented on a tray and placed in an exact order to form food art. They even offer an 8-course prix fix dinner that is always changing depending on what the chef makes that day and what is fresh. The restaurant is small so make sure you call ahead to make reservations.

Komi offers great Mediterranean food and a fun atmosphere of Spartan-inspired decorations but with clean lines and fun colors on the walls. The food is a unique culinary creation ranging from their watermelon with feta, arugula and balsamic vinegar to mascarpone stuffed dates.

Rasika, which means flavors in Sanskrit, is a wonderful Indian restaurant to visit while in D.C. This modern restaurant helps you choose a meal with friends to share and the sommelier is happy to pair wines with your food selections. You can even choose where you sit. The kitchen seating is a great place is you want a view of the open kitchen, or sit at the bar and lounge area for a more relaxed and quiet meal. If you want to meet new people ask to sit at the dinning table, much like a huge family table, or you can even reserve a private room. There are beautifully crystals hanging from the ceiling to create an elegant look and warm colors on the walls for a relaxed, modern feel.

A great restaurant for Brazilian food is Fogo De Chao. The best part is that servers come around to your table with skewers of beef, ribs, lamb and chicken hot off the grill and cut if fresh right onto your plate. The dinner is one cost for all and you can have as much as you want. The servers are attentive to you what you’d like and how much and don’t disturb you throughout the meal. Side dishes are also included and range from mashed potatoes to fried polenta. If you have a large group this would be a great place to take them as no ordering and waiting is involved.

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