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Moz Aug 18, 2006 05:41 PM

Thats all I have and I need to make it good!

Price not really an option and I have no food preferences although I will be dining alone so nothing too formal.

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    JoshInDC RE: Moz Aug 18, 2006 06:15 PM

    If you want the best, and price isn't an object, Citronelle. Dining alone and not too formal, go for the the Lounge and its accompanying menu.

    http://www.citronelledc.com/menus.cfm

    1. debit RE: Moz Aug 18, 2006 06:59 PM

      How about Mendocino Grille and Wine Bar? I would feel more than comfortable dining alone there, and the food is quite yummy.

      http://mendocinodc.com/

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        Steve RE: Moz Aug 18, 2006 07:06 PM

        The lounge at Citronelle should be your first choice. Menu changes, but if they have the mushroom cigars and the begula pasta, then go for it.

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          DanielK RE: Steve Aug 18, 2006 09:13 PM

          If it's a weekday, start at Sea Catch first for $1 oysters and half-price drinks at the bar.

          THEN go to the lounge at Citronelle!

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          CMACDC RE: Moz Aug 18, 2006 09:26 PM

          Do you like imported beer? Try Pizzeria Paradiso's downstairs beer bar. It's a good place to go solo. You can eat pretty good pizza and drink wonderful Belgian, German, dozens of other exotic brews.

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            celticquill RE: Moz Aug 21, 2006 03:38 PM

            Cilantro is quite good!

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