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Foggy Bottom’s New Notti 824 Has a Modern, Minimalist Appeal

The 49-seat hotel restaurant arrives Monday, November 5

Notti 824, complete with a landscaped courtyard for al fresco dining, features wooden table tops and stone accents.
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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 revamped Arc the Hotel is close to unveiling its modern American restaurant called Notti 824, bringing the neighborhood a new destination for wine, broccolini-topped chicken flatbread, and braised short ribs near the Kennedy Center.

The eatery (824 New Hampshire Avenue NW) is currently scheduled to roll out breakfast and dinner service on Monday, November 5. Lunch will join the mix at a later date.

Its minimalist design features lots of neutral and brown tones, an exposed industrial ceiling, and smooth wood accents.

The wine list has a thing for California grapes, with labels like Silver Oak, Ecco Domani and Coppola Winery (starting at $8 by the glass and $33 by the bottle).

Tech-savvy additions to its 136 guest rooms include entry via mobile devices and the ability to stream shows on its 55-inch televisions. To celebrate the restaurant’s arrival on Monday, first-time guests can grab a glass of free wine and complimentary bites from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Scroll on for a first look inside the contemporary space:

Notti 824 is one piece of Westmont Hospitality Group’s top-to-bottom renovation of the former University Inn hotel.
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Cocktails at Notti 824 include a “Sombra Mezcal” (pineapple juice, agave nectar, lime juice, egg white and bitters) and classics like a Moscow mule, spicy margarita, and Old Fashioned. A local beer list includes pours from Port City Brewing Company.
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Status: Scheduled to open on Monday, November 5. 824 New Hampshire Avenue NW; website.