Despite their high price tags, tasting menus continue to gain momentum in D.C. The Michelin Guide has reinforced the movement, naming the Inn at Little Washington the region’s first three-star restaurant. In fact, many of the city’s Michelin-starred eateries appear on this map.
No two tasting menus are run the same way. Spots like Pineapple and Pearls operate one way in the dining room and another at the bar. Others, like Gravitas, give guests flexibility to create a custom journey. Most of the acclaimed tasting menus in town run for $100 or more per person, so $54 for a fiery Thai feast at Little Serow is a relative deal.
These are the area’s essential tasting menus.Read More