Occidental Grill & Seafood

1475 Pennsylvania Ave NW WashingtonDC20004
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
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- Historic D.C. Landmark - Steps from The White House - Lunch - Brunch - Dinner - Happy Hour (all day Wednesdays) - Bar - Private Dining - Outdoor Patio - Live Music - Valet Parking $10 at Willard InterContinental Hotel (ask server for validation)
by binglocal on May 14, 2019 from binglocal

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"Washington powers" have been tucking into the "reliably" "terrific" surf 'n' turf for years at this "touch of old-time DC" just steps from the White House, and lined with "portraits of statesmen" peering down from on high; sure, it's "expensive" (as is the small-plates menu in the attached wine room), but "good service will never go out of style", and "establishment" types affirm it's...
by zagat on January 21, 2014 from zagat
Even as cities re-open select businesses, some restaurants may remain temporarily closed due to COVID-19. In some cases, dine-in, takeout or delivery may be available. Be sure to contact the restaurant to find out its operational status.Occidental...:
Chef Rodney Scruggs has returned to the home of his early kitchen training, having worked here in the 1980s during the glory years of Jeff Buben, now owner of Vidalia, Woodward Table and Bistro Bis. Scruggs updated the kitchen in a redo of the facility, leaving the front of the house alone with its quintessential Washington power-dining room décor. Scruggs is an accomplished culinary...
by gayot on November 03, 2011 from gayot

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Occidental Grill & Seafood, Washington, DC. 2.6K likes. An iconic DC dining institution just steps from the White House, with a history dating back more than 111 years.
by facebook on August 14, 2018 from facebook
This upscale restaurant offers fine American fare. Photographs of many famous patrons, including military, political and sports figures, who have dined at the Occidental grace the walls. The entry level feels like a club, with a large bar, dark paneling and leather seats. The upstairs dining room is more formal with large booths, a small bar, and the patio overlooking Pennsylvania Avenue offers...
by yahoolocal on October 03, 2017 from yahoolocal