Room 11

3234 11th St NW WashingtonDC20010
Closed
Sunday
5:00pm-1:00am
Monday
5:00pm-1:00am
Tuesday
5:00pm-1:00am
Wednesday
5:00pm-1:00am
Thursday
5:00pm-1:00am
Friday
5:00pm-2:00am
Saturday
5:00pm-2:00am
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Average Rating
4.5
Total Reviews
(81)
Recommended 0
Not Recommended 0
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Description

Columbia Heights
by localguides on May 15, 2016 from localguides

Tips

When to Go:
On a nice night--there's much more seating in the outdoor patio.
by Citysearch on January 19, 2010 from Citysearch
What to Drink:
Try something from the dessert wine, sherry and port menu, or even a cup of tea (from D.C.'s own Teaism).
by Citysearch on January 19, 2010 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

How Paul Ruppert Helps Make D.C. a Cooler Place:
Washington D.C. is in Paul Ruppert's blood. His family has run a real estate business in D.C. since 1889. And his great-grandfather owned a hardware store on 7th Street NW; the sign still hangs on the building. In a city of transients, Ruppert is a rare breed, a native Washingtonian who has seen and been a part of its dramatic growth and change.

Those newer to the city know Ruppert best for...
by eater on August 27, 2014 from eater
Finding Filipino Food in D.C.:
The D.C. region has most Asian cuisines locked up. Diners can order Thai takeout, grab Chinese for lunch, hit up an Indian buffet and catch up over Japanese sashimi. But what about Filipino food? Typing in "Filipino" in Yelp, for example, doesn't bring up a lot of search results (actually, it's 5 pages) but for "Thai", Yelp unloads more than 60 pages of possible places. Where can adventurous...
by eater on April 09, 2014 from eater
Find King Cake, Beignets and More for Mardi Gras:
St. Patrick's Day isn't only for the Irish, and Fat Tuesday on March 4th is a celebration that has become similarly universal. Plenty of non-pious people embrace the joie de vivre and laissez les bons temps roulez and restaurants are no exception. Many are getting into the celebratory spirit and making traditional Cajun dishes, pouring Louisiana beers, and keeping the parties going so revelers...
by eater on February 28, 2014 from eater
Columbia Heights has the number on what "may be the perfect restaurant" concept: take a "cozy" zinc bar, add a large patio and serve "excellent, inventive" Eclectic small plates paired with "fabulous" wines; with its "Brooklyn"-"hipster" vibe and "tremendous bang for the buck", no wonder it expanded next door to alleviate "waits."
by zagat on January 21, 2014 from zagat

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Columbia Heights
by yellowpages on May 27, 2016 from yellowpages