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Old Ebbitt Grill - Charming atmosphere, good food, and usually a politician or two to be spotted - a Washington tradition. Moderate to expensive. 675 15th Street, NW, (202) 347-4800

Occidental Grill - Exquisite atmosphere, food and service, expensive. 1475 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC (202) 783-1475

The Palm - This place has seen more power lunches than Vernon Jordan. Good food, expensive. 1225 19th Street, NW, (202) 293-9091

The Monocle - located conveniently on Capitol Hill, this has been a house and senate watering hole for years. Standard food, moderate to expensive prices. 107 D Street, NE (202) 546-4488

DC Coast - Just picked as the New Restaurant of the Year by the metropolitan DC Restaurant Association, this place is great! Mostly American fare, with an added flair. Try the pecan encrusted halibut - only served at night. Expensive. 1401 K Street, NW (202)216-5988

See DC on land and water! 90 minutes of great fun for the whole family.
$27 for adults
$14 for kids

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