REVIEW (VIDEO): Ana at District Winery

Named as one of Zagat’s “Ten Hottest Restaurants in the DC Area”, and hailed by Washington Post Critic Tom Sietsema as “hands down, the most impressive food and wine pairing in Washington right now”, Ana at District Winery is sure to impress when heading there for dinner.

[Hey! On Sunday, December 8, 2019, 2941 Restaurant will host a Decadence Dinner. Order a four-course ($100 or $175 w/ wine pairing), six-course ($150 or $250 w/ wine pairing) or eight-course tasting menu ($200 or $325 w/ wine pairing), which will be available exclusively, from 4-8 pm.]

Ana is a seasonal American restaurant offering refined fare inspired by worldwide cuisine from Executive Chef Michael Gordon and Chef de Cuisine Ben Lambert. The menu showcases fresh, seasonal ingredients presented in thoughtful, approachable dishes.

Below is what I had for dinner and menu changes frequently. Enjoy the video above!

2014 Orange Chardonnay
Skin Contact Finger Lakes, NY apricot, honey, and black tea

Wild Mushroom Toast
mushroom “faux gras”, hazelnut, Parmesan

Grilled Octopus
pineapple aquachile, dhana dal, mint

Pastrami Spiced Monkfish
sesame potatoes, charred cabbage, carrot-mustard jus

Cedar River Farms Beef Duo (New York Strip and Ribeye)
watercress salad, robuchon potatoes, cherry mustard

Pomme Paillasson
green harissa aioli

Citrus Creamsicle
quark cheesecake, orange parfait, meringue



District Winery Ana at District Winery. 385 Water St SE, Washington, DC 20003. (202) 484-9210.

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