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5. Charlie Palmer’s Steak House To call this “Best Steak House” in the city (which it is), creates the false impression that steaks are all they do. Some of the most interesting progressive American cuisine you’ll find anywhere. A favorite of Washington’s lobbyists, power brokers and politicians. Located at the foot of Capitol Hill.

4. The Willard Room – Willard’s Hotel has been the center of DC’s social and political life for over 160 years. Every President since Franklin Pierce has either stayed here or visited this landmark. Guests include: Henry Clay, P.T. Barnum, Mark Twain, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, The Duke of Windsor, Harry Houdini, Charles Dickens, and Martin Luther King, Jr.

3. Café Milano – A mainstay on the Georgetown scene since 1992, this perfect little slice of Italy has attracted politicians, socialites, celebrities, diplomats, professional athletes, and famous broadcasters!

2. The Palm – Yes, it’s a chain restaurant, but since 1972, DC’s Palm has built a loyal guest base made up of the who's who of Washington, including the political elite, the city's socialites, power brokers and media personalities such as Chris Matthews, Tucker Carlson, and Bob Schieffer.

1. Citronelle – How can we argue with Washingtonian Magazine’s Best Restaurant in the Washington Metro area? With one of the world’s greatest culinary artists, Michel Richard, his ‘kitchen in the round’ is his stage and pallet. Private dinners at the Chef’s table offer a once-in-a-lifetime event. Jacket is required, tie optional. Located in the Latham Hotel in Georgetown.

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