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1789

  • Restaurants
  • 1226 36th St. NW, Washington, DC
 
 
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Want to go

Places and events that I want to go to.

  • Jen
  • Updated 05/16/2013
  • 3 Items
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Ron's Previous Visits

Previous Visits - last 2-3 years

  • rlowens
  • Updated 04/17/2013
  • 8 Items

Little cramped, but charming - previous anniversary - good location - very good food.

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Quiet restaurants.

Washington Post picks for quiet restaurants.

  • lisadw
  • Updated 04/17/2013
  • 7 Items
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Post's favorites

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My Favorites

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Tradition reigns

Restaurants where table linens and gentlemen wearing jackets are still the rule rather than the exception.

  • Updated 09/14/2012
  • 4 Items

Food scribes are sometimes accused of chasing what's new at the expense of saluting tradition, which is one reason I made a mad dash to 1789 for the Georgetown stalwart's 50th anniversary this year. In a world of pop-up dining rooms and assertions by some trendsetters that "interesting" food is a worthier aim than "delicious" cooking, 1789 represents a slower time and place. Some impressive talent has passed through the kitchen of this crown jewel in the Clyde's Restaurant Group. The latest is Anthony Lombardo, a former sous-chef at the recently shuttered Casa Nonna in Dupont Circle. Lombardo is not bigger than the institution or his predecessors, but his best efforts prove something: 1789 isn't just for history buffs.

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Prem's favorites

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one of the best!

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Jim

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DC favorites

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  • Luwarn2
  • Updated 06/12/2012
  • 4 Items
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