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Dinner in DC for 7-9 People


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Happy Friday, folks...

I'll be coming to DC in about two weeks. The first part of the trip is for work, and the second part is to do this: http://www.dctri.com/courses/olympic-overview.html.

The work part of the trip involves the culmination and presentation of a 9-month research project. My team has 7 people (9 if our sponsors/subject matter experts are with us), and I'm trying to figure out where to take them for a relaxing dinner/strategy session on Sunday 6/13, and for a celebratory meal on Wednesday 6/16.

I'm leaning toward Proof for the celebratory dinner, but I'm open to other suggestions. I'm totally at a loss about the Sunday dinner - we want something good, but not as "special occasion"-y. We are staying at 14th and K, and most of our work will center around the 18th and G area.

Thanks for any suggestions!

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Happy Friday, folks...

I'll be coming to DC in about two weeks. The first part of the trip is for work, and the second part is to do this: http://www.dctri.com/courses/olympic-overview.html.

The work part of the trip involves the culmination and presentation of a 9-month research project. My team has 7 people (9 if our sponsors/subject matter experts are with us), and I'm trying to figure out where to take them for a relaxing dinner/strategy session on Sunday 6/13, and for a celebratory meal on Wednesday 6/16.

I'm leaning toward Proof for the celebratory dinner, but I'm open to other suggestions. I'm totally at a loss about the Sunday dinner - we want something good, but not as "special occasion"-y. We are staying at 14th and K, and most of our work will center around the 18th and G area.

Thanks for any suggestions!

Againn, Brasserie Beck, Mio, and Birch & Barley/Churchkey are all within walking distance of 14th and K.

I had dinner at Beck last night, and despite Kliman's suggestion that the kitchen has been slipping a bit, I was quite impressed. Plus there's a wide range of prices on their menu (from $13 sandwiches, to $20 mussels and fries, and up) that could make it suitable for a more casual meal. The same holds true for both Againn and Birch & Barley, though I can't speak to Mio as I haven't been yet.

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I second the Becks suggestion. Another one (and I admit I have never been to the one in DC but enjoyed the one in NYC) is Kellari Taverna on 14th. The one in NYC is great for medium/large gatherings. Although I have never been to the one here, the food at the NYC was delicious.

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