Top Ten Restaurants in Washington, D.C. - Page 2

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Station 4
Sophisticated and sleek, Station 4 is an upscale Waterfront-area spot that is truly unique. Here, modern American cuisine puts a contemporary spin on traditional dishes, highlighted in such offerings as the ‘PB & J foie gras’ appetizer. With a bistro-style feel and grand chandeliers adding a sense of elegance, Station 4 is the perfect place for both a night out with friends or romantic evening with someone special.
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Lost Society
This modern-day steakhouse brings a sense of youth to the U-Street Corridor. Lost Society offers a trifecta of dining perfection–stunning views, a mouthwatering menu, and an extensive cocktail list help take the edge off even the hardest of days. With luxurious leather bar stools and oversized banquettes, the décor here matches the feel of contemporary comfort, making for an ideal environment in which to enjoy your savory feast.
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The Prime Rib
Reminiscent of old-world elegance, the Prime Rib has been voted the #1 Steakhouse in the area by Zagat Survey. Here, a live pianist and soothing ambience add to your overall experience, while attentive and knowledgeable service is sure to make your meal a delight. After dinner, enjoy a drink by the fire while listening to the live music, or end things on a sweet note with an indulgent dessert for the perfect finale.

Mie N Yu
Ideally located on M Street in the heart of Georgetown, this sleek Asian Fusion spot features authentic décor with a modern touch. Mie N Yu’s eclectic menu reflects the restaurants concerted effort to embody the flavors of the Silk Road. Named one of DC Style magazine’s ‘Ultimate Restaurants,’ Mie N Yu encompasses everything we love about dining out–a chic energy, deliciously creative food, and a convenient location, making this Georgetown spot a must-visit.
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