Top Ten Restaurants in Washington, D.C. - Page 3

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Vidalia
Bringing elegant Southern fare to the D.C. area, Vidalia has been delighting locals and critics alike for almost two decades. Here, a bright interior matches a lively energy, while classic tableware adds a sense of understated sophistication. With masterful James Beard award-wining chef and owner Jeffrey Buben at the helm, Vidalia has long since earned its place as one of the most renowned restaurants in the metro area.

Zengo DC
Part of the legendary Richard Sandoval restaurant group, Zengo DC is located in the heart of Chinatown. Here, the famed restaurateur offers creative Latin Fusion cuisine, highlighted by an influence of Asian flavors and culinary techniques. Like its sister in New York, Zengo DC provides a rare combination of comfortable and chic, making Zengo an ideal destination for any dining occasion.
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Ashby Inn & Restaurant
Located in Paris, Virginia, Ashby Inn & Restaurant has long been a destination for modern American cuisine with locals and visitors alike. With an emphasis on seasonal and fresh ingredients, Ashby’s delicate cuisine is matched only by its striking views of the grand Blue Ridge Mountains. The romantic and relaxing ambience of the restaurant provides the perfect break from the hustle and bustle of the busy city, making this cozy spot worth the trip.
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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
$463
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#3
InterContinental THE WILLARD WASHINGTON D.C.
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#4
Park Hyatt Washington

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