Kellari Taverna

1700 K Street NW WashingtonDC20006
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Greek Restaurants
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Fun Fact:
Kellari--Greek for "cellar"--lives up to the name with 350 wines by the bottle. Look for the discounted wine of the month.
by Citysearch on January 19, 2010 from Citysearch
The Extras:
Sign up for the email list and receive a free bottle of champagne every year on your birthday.
by Citysearch on January 19, 2010 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

"Swim" to this "elegant Greek" seafooder in the Golden Triangle "that can rival any in Athens" with its "beautifully done" fish and tasty meze in a "bright", airy room that will "impress a business associate"; although it "can get expensive", there's a "steal" of a three-course lunch, a pre-theater prix fixe and "free cheese and olives at the bar" that expresses its Hellenic hospitality.
by zagat on January 21, 2014 from zagat
This is my kind of restaurant: It's always lively and full of diners, but never gets so loud that you can't easily converse. The pretty dining room feels inviting, with gleaming red oak floors, grand displays of fresh fish on ice, and huge bowls of olives and fruit, and the sound of Greek music playing in the background. And the food is just superb. No sooner are you seated than a waiter brings...
by frommers on November 18, 2011 from frommers
Kellari Taverna Restaurant Review:
If your thoughts of Greek dining include vignettes of “Zorba the Greek” or “My Big Fat Greek Wedding,” you’ll be surprised by the tony interior and service at this downtown Greek restaurant. Suited staff present wines and show off the seafood display. The accomplished cooking takes in immense lobsters, and the chef’s roast chicken infused with feta is almost boneless and nearly fork-tender....
by gayot on October 29, 2011 from gayot
K Street tête-a-têtes abound at elegant Greek haven off Farragut Square. Mirrored portals, rustic wood and striped red brown silk cushions. Broad blonde plank wood floors, faux white candle chandeliers, barrels of red wine behind draped cream curtains. Char-grilled octopus and market fresh fish sold whole on your plate. Atypically authentic Greek island cuisine, godly tzatziki and ambrosia...
by blackbookmag on September 16, 2011 from blackbookmag

Information from the business

The restaurant is reviving the dining scene on K Street.
by Citysearch on March 05, 2018 from Citysearch