Rose’s Luxury was named in homage to the chef’s grandmother. All indications are the chef’s grandmother had really good taste.
Rose's Luxury on Capitol Hill has two dining floors. This is the first-floor, loft-like dining area. Ask to sit at the chef’s counter in front of the kitchen, or the back room facing the bar, beneath strands of tiny white lights that let you pretend you’re dining outside even in winter.Astrid Riecken/For The Washington Post