Top Ten Restaurants in Washington, D.C.

Restaurant-booking website Savored, a partner of Away.com, picks ten must-visit restaurants in D.C. Try not to drool on your keyboard.
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Co Co. Sala
Renowned for its decadent pastries and exquisite dessert menu, Co Co. Sala combines upscale savory cuisine with sweets to die for. Here, the ambience blends modernity with an old-fashioned pastry shop, making for an inviting-yet-elegant dining experience from start to finish. Dine on a variety of creative small plates or larger dishes of American flavors with international influences–whichever meal you choose, be sure to try a selection of treats to end your meal.
See what people are saying about Co Co. Sala.

Zentan
Nestled in the trendy Donovan House hotel, this downtown D.C. spot is not your average hotel restaurant; ZENTAN has earned a name for itself among D.C.’s finest eateries with its elegant décor and creative cuisine. With the kitchen helmed by world-renowned Chef Susur Lee, the menu here is rooted in Asian culinary tradition with global influences to highlight Lee’s unique culinary style. To complement the ambience and delicious fare, ZENTAN offers an impressive list of cocktails designed in-house to complement each dish perfectly.
See what people are saying about Zentan.

Hill Country
Following suit with its ever-popular New York sister, this Penn Quarter barbecue spot is known for its massive portions, distinctive dry-rub marinade and atmosphere of down-home comfort. Here, cafeteria-style service meets an energetic vibe, with long wooden tables to encourage communal dining as you feast on a hearty meal. Wash down heaping plates of beef ribs, beer-can game hen, and lean brisket with a cold beer, and accompany everything with a creamy side of mac and cheese and you’re in for a meal you won’t soon forget.
See what people are saying about Hill Country.

Published: 27 Jul 2012 | Last Updated: 11 Oct 2012
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication
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Best Hotels in Washington, DC

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Sofitel Washington DC Lafayette Square
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Palomar Washington DC, a Kimpton Hotel
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InterContinental THE WILLARD WASHINGTON D.C.
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Park Hyatt Washington

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