One of the special aspects to Washington D. C. is being able to dine at a variety of resturants from different parts of the world. We are here once a year for a meeting and go out with a group of 25 to 30.  This year, Lebanese Taverna was the spot and certainly a choice pick for our group. Quite a few were from Washington D.C. and had picked the menu ahead of time.

The food just kept coming and it was all tasty and nicely prepared. I’d highly recommend. The Lebanese food was enjoyed by all.

The DC establishment, which now seats up to 150 guests, was the catalyst to the growth of the 11-location restaurant collection. Located in walking distance from the Marriott Wardman Park and Omni Shoreham Hotels and directly across the street from the Woodley Park Metro station, the DC location will allow guests to experience Lebanese Taverna’s take on a “modern” Lebanon. Validated self-parking is also available in the garage directly behind the restaurant, with access to the restaurant’s fully enclosed side door.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Maralyn D. HillThe Epicurean Explorer

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..Lebanese Donuts Photo: Maralyn D. Hill