District Kitchen

If it seems like there are tons of restaurant options in Washington, it’s because there are tons of restaurant options in Washington. It’s a food lover’s paradise. We’ve talked a little bit on this blog about what makes true American food, but one restaurant just across the street from the host hotel embodies the meaning of true Mid-Atlantic food. That restaurant is District Kitchen.

For a restaurant that prides itself in providing patrons with the best naturally-raised and local ingredients which are also seasonal and sustainable, District Kitchen knocks it out of the park. Tasty snack and starters pair with innovative salads such as the marinated beet and orange on mixed greens to get the meal started. They have an extensive selection of seafood specialties including mussels, shrimp, salmon, and seafood paella. For the meat eaters, there are also a few steak options and the classic all-American burger.

If you’re wondering what on earth you’ll sip on while you enjoy your delicious dinner, worry no more. District Kitchen’s cocktail menu has something for everyone with their unique handcrafted specialties as well as the classics you would expect. Additionally, they feature several local handcrafted beers on tap, in bottles, or in the can. if wine is more your style, they also have a wide selection of local and international wines by the glass or bottle.

Getting to District Kitchen from the Washington Marriott Wardman Park is as easy as crossing the street which makes it perfect for a quick stop after a long day of sessions. For more information, visit their website here.

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