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Restaurant Week near Corcoran

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PrincessWinnie Jan 15, 2008 08:17 AM

I know the typical recommendation near the Corcoran for a meal (lunch in my case) is Breadline or Tonic, however the hubby and I want to do lunch then see the Ansel Adams exhibit this week (tomorrow or Thursday). Are there any Restaurant WEek recommendations in a reasonable walk around the Corcoran?

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  1. ktmoomau RE: PrincessWinnie Jan 15, 2008 08:51 AM

    What about Butterfield 9, Bombay Club or The Oval Room? None of those are too far of a walk. Equinox is not participating are they?

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      Elyssa RE: ktmoomau Jan 15, 2008 09:30 AM

      No Equinox is shut down for the month for renovations.

      If you can get a reservation I highly recommend Butterfield 9 for RW lunch.

      Also, I believe the Fourth Estate (the restaurant in the Press Club) isn't too far away and I know they still have lunch reservations available. I'm going on Thursday for lunch, not sure if it's any good though since is this my first time trying it. The menu looked nice though.

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        beauxgoris RE: Elyssa Jan 15, 2008 01:31 PM

        Central is a very short cab ride away.

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          ktmoomau RE: beauxgoris Jan 15, 2008 01:32 PM

          Central is participating in RW? I didn't think it was?

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            Elyssa RE: ktmoomau Jan 15, 2008 01:33 PM

            No. Central is not participating in RW.

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              beauxgoris RE: Elyssa Jan 15, 2008 01:40 PM

              ^^Oops - sorry I didn't read carefully enough!

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                Marissa RE: beauxgoris Jan 15, 2008 04:11 PM

                Cafe du Parc, the new restaurant in the Willard is very nice -- classic French. You can get a lunch entree for about $18-$20, which includes a very rich side, like cauliflower gratin. The chocolate mouse is the real deal.

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