A Mt. Vernon Square venture from Chef Eric Ziebold, Kinship boasts an à la carte menu divided into three categories: "Craft," which celebrates a culinary technique; "History," which recreates dishes that Ziebold discovered while traveling; and "Ingredients," which highlights unique elements in the food. There’s also a list of luxurious indulgences, like Ossetra Caviar and white truffle risotto, as well as an expertly curated global wine list. Be sure to make a reservation, as Kinship benefits from the Michelin bump after earning its first star.
Take your next-of-kin to Kinship for a Christmas Eve dinner that is sure to impress. The five-course affair is $150 per person, and chef Eric Ziebold includes festive touches like a chestnut soup and fried Hungarian flatbread with cured salmon and crème fraiche. Save room for the third course, too. It is the must-order dish at the restaurant, a decadent lobster French toast served with a toasted sesame mousse.