DBGB Kitchen and Bar DC | Photo by Bill Milne
DBGB Kitchen and Bar DC | Photo by Bill Milne

DBGB Kitchen and Bar

Washington DC
French Restaurant

Daniel Boulud's DBGB, located in the CityCenterDC complex, has a cool atmosphere and (like his other locations) offers top-notch sausage. Be sure to also try the Baked Alaska.

Available for Reservations

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After a year-long hiatus, DBGB is roaring back to life at CityCenterDC. And it’s never looked better than during DC’s Winter Restaurant Week. The menu leans toward French bistro-style dishes hitting on all the comforts from bar bites to larger, French-inspired entrees like coq au vin. The cocktail menu, which includes a wide selection of craft beers and sommelier-selected wines, also elevates DBGB’s status as one of the best spots downtown.

The deal: For $55 per person, DBGB offers a three-course menu. It starts with your choice of three appetizers: radicchio and endive salad, smoked salmon, or sunchoke soup. For main dishes, diners can choose from succulent coq au vin, olive oil baked cod, mushroom pasta, or truffled boudin blanc. Then the meal finishes strong with three options for dessert: chocolate mousse, bread pudding, or a caramel sundae.

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