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Foggy Bottom’s New Wine-Centric Hotel Restaurant Arrives Next Month

Notti 824 is scheduled to open Monday, November 5

A revitalized nine-story hotel in Foggy Bottom gets a new restaurant next month. As part of room renovations and upgrades, guests can customize their pillow preferences — like down or aroma therapy.
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Tierney Plumb is the editor of Eater DC, covering all things food and drink around the nation's capital.

Foggy Bottom’s newly renovated Arc the Hotel is about to unveil its modern American restaurant called Notti 824, bringing the Northwest neighborhood a California-heavy wine list alongside tapas and meaty mains.

The 49-seat eatery (824 New Hampshire Avenue NW), located steps from the Kennedy Center, is scheduled to roll out breakfast and dinner service on Monday, November 5. The restaurant, complete with a landscaped courtyard for al fresco dining, features wooden table tops and stone accents. Interior pictures are not yet available.

Offerings include a broccolini-topped chicken flatbread starter; a braised short ribs entree with roasted wild mushrooms and oven-roasted cauliflower; and a range of vegan and gluten-free options. Lunch will join the mix at a later date.

The wine list is largely filled out by West Coast reds and whites, starting at $8 by the glass and $33 by the bottle, with labels like Silver Oak, Ecco Domani and Coppola Winery.

Cocktails ($13 to $15) include a “Sombra Mezcal” (pineapple juice, agave nectar, lime juice, egg white and bitters) and “Sapphiretini” (Bombay Sapphire gin, peach schnapps, blue curacao and lemon), along with classics like a Moscow mule, spicy margarita, and Old Fashioned. A local beer list includes pours from Port City Brewing Company.

Notti 824 is one piece of Westmont Hospitality Group’s top-to-bottom renovation of the former University Inn hotel. Tech-savvy additions to its 136 guest rooms include entry via mobile devices and the ability to stream shows on its 55-inch televisions.