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American

Plume at the Jefferson Hotel emulates all of the elegance of Thomas Jefferson’s gardens at Monticello, which serves as the basis for the Michelin-starred new American restaurant’s décor. The main dining room has crystal chandeliers dangling like earrings from coffered ceilings, and silver animal figurines punctuate tabletops in tasteful simplicity. Executive Chef Ralph Schlegel’s prix fixe menu features appetizers and entrees that span air, land, and sea, from foie gras with perigord truffle mousse to beeswax poached king salmon, lobster gratin, and heirloom cherry tomato salad. The menu is certainly designed with high-end hotel guests in mind, and, therefore, doesn’t come cheap; don’t forget your wallet, your appetite, or your special date when you eat at Plume.

Plume DC
Washington DC

Plume

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Plume at the Jefferson Hotel emulates all of the elegance of Thomas Jefferson’s gardens at Monticello, which serves as the basis for the Michelin-starred new American restaurant’s décor. The main dining room has crystal chandeliers dangling like earrings from coffered ceilings, and silver animal figurines punctuate tabletops in tasteful simplicity. Executive Chef Ralph Schlegel’s prix fixe menu features appetizers and entrees that span air, land, and sea, from foie gras with perigord truffle mousse to beeswax poached king salmon, lobster gratin, and heirloom cherry tomato salad. The menu is certainly designed with high-end hotel guests in mind, and, therefore, doesn’t come cheap; don’t forget your wallet, your appetite, or your special date when you eat at Plume.