Just a few years ago, waterfront dining options in DC were underwhelming, serving overpriced, mediocre food. But with new developments the Wharf, the Yards at the SE Waterfront in Navy Yard and newer arrivals at the Georgetown Waterfront, the district is looking more like a place where there are plenty of choices to wine and dine with a view. Many establishments offer floor-to-ceiling windows, expansive patios or terraces to capitalize on their locations.
While several serve seafood, the types of cuisine run the gamut from Southern at Due South to Mexican at La Vida and Spanish at Fabio Trabocchi’s newest restaurant, Del Mar. The newest of the bunch, splashy Mediterranean restaurant La Vie, debuted earlier this month from the team behind Pamplona and Provision No. 14. Meanwhile old-timer Sequoia reopened last year after extensive renovations. Dive in to these 13 DC waterfront restaurants.Read More