From extremely fine dining to rustic neighborhood gems, these are the best Italian eateries in DC.
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The four-course tasting menu ($75 Tues-Thurs; $85 Fri-Sat) leans towards Northern Italy (Piedmont in particular), but Chef Esther Lee says she draws inspiration from all of Italia.
Dishes rarely get encores, but here’s hoping these cod cheeks with Manila clams and peas reappear. Fabio and Maria Trabocchi’s most affordable restaurant is an osteria named after their son Luca.
Drink-wise, pay attention to the wine list because there are plenty of bottles that are $55 or less. Chef Amy Brandwein’s market and restaurant is just a little over a year old, but as with many fine Italian goods, it’s already getting better with age.