43 "Date Night" restaurants in Washington DC.
This new location of All Purpose in the Navy Yard is serving pizza and Italian appetizers on the water, and is a quick walk to Nats Park.
Fancy Radish is an upscale vegan place on H Street that’ll make you think, “If vegetables always tasted this good, I’d eat them way more often.”
The next time you want to eat homestyle-Spanish food inside an actual house, check out Mola in Mount Pleasant.
Blues Alley is a hidden bar off of Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown with live music almost every night of the week.
Great views, excellent seafood, and a lot of money. Fiola Mare is where you go for a special occasion in Georgetown.
Ristorante Piccolo is an Italian restaurant with a live violinist most nights. It’s over-the-top, but a good Georgetown experience to have once.
For an old-school Italian experience in DC, go to Filomena in Georgetown.
You can’t have a bad night at Red Hen. The Bloomingdale spot serves some of the best Italian food in DC in a space that feels like a cabin.
Lupo Verde does reliable Italian in an old brick townhouse right off 14th Street.
Lyon Hall can solve most of your eating dilemmas in Arlington. The German food and multiple levels work for a date, group drink, or catch-up dinner.
Kinship does fancy-ish American food in Shaw. Go for a special occasion, and get the lobster French toast.
Sfoglina is an Italian pasta spot in Van Ness that’s perfect for a date night or dinner with your parents.
For a fun group dinner in Arlington, go to Ambar and do the unlimited small plates option for $35.
For dressed up Italian and good views in Navy Yard, head to Osteria Morini.