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A Washington, DC restaurant With Local farm-to-Fork Food

The Washington, DC dining scene offers a gastronomic adventure that celebrates the cultural character of America's capital. Experience a melting pot of cuisines, ethnic fare and farm-to-table eats at a variety of restaurants in Washington, DC, from trendy eateries to sidewalk cafes , in this vibrant foodie destination. No matter what you're craving, Melrose Georgetown Hotel features one of the most unique farm-to-fork Washington, DC restaurants, Jardenea, and we're just steps from the Georgetown culinary scene.
Dining Experiences With A Local Feel at Melrose Georgetown, Washington
Jardenea Restaurant in Melrose Georgetown, Washington

Jardenea Restaurant

Jardenea offers an imaginative, current and conscientious food experience. With color, texture and striking presentation, Jardenea sources as much food as possible from the finest local and sustainable farms, creameries, fisheries, foragers, and artisans.

Jardenea Lounge in Melrose Georgetown, Washington

Jardenea Lounge

Our hand-crafted cocktails are accompanied by a menu of salads, sharing items and cheese presentations. Jardenea Lounge is open 5 - 11:30p.m. daily.

menus in Melrose Georgetown, Washington

menus

Derived from the French word "jardin" meaning "garden," Jardenea menus reflect fresh garden aspects and seasonal changes to mirror current regional flavors. Placing a high importance upon sustainability with as many locally- and regionally-sourced ingredients as possible, Jardenea brings high quality food that adds to a healthy lifestyle in a refined intimate setting.
 

TRAVELER'S INSIGHTS

  1. Does the Melrose Georgetown Hotel offer room service?

    Yes, our signature farm-to-table restaurant, Jardenara, offers 24-hour room service with a delicious menu of regional cuisine for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night cravings.
  2. Where is the best happy hour in DC?

    DC is a hard-working, fast talking town that loves a good happy hour. The Lounge at the Melrose Georgetown Hotel offers one of the best happy hours in the Georgetown neighborhood - Monday – Thursday and Sunday from 5 to 7 PM – with small plates, cocktails, and valet parking each for $7. Try the Spicy Politician Cocktail and the Blue Crab Corn Fritters.
  3. What food is Washington DC known for?

    Washington DC is a melting pot of foods and flavors, with East Coast and global influences. The DC food scene is best known for its local half-smoke sausage, found at places like Ben’s Chili Bowl on U Street. DC is also famous for its farm-to-table food culture and Atlantic seafood, including the Maryland crab cakes at Jardenea at the Melrose Georgetown, a hotel eatery showcasing local fine dining.
  4. Where can I eat in Georgetown Washington DC?

    DC’s oldest neighborhood, along the Potomac River, Georgetown is home to incredible restaurants and bars, from waterfront eateries like Nick’s Riverside Grill to classic DC dining at 1789 to Italian at Café Milano. Georgetown’s luxe hotels house some of DC’s best culinary experiences, including Jardenea at the Melrose Georgetown, showcasing a seasonal menu of sea- and farm-to-fork eats like Chesapeake Bay crab bisque, crab cakes, and grass-fed filet.
 Traveler Insights in Melrose Georgetown, Washington

Accessible Restaurant Features

  • Fire alarms for the audio & visually impaired
  • Service animals accepted
  • Accessible parking spots
  • Entrance path to the restaurant is accessible without stairs, firm and slip-resistant
  • Entrance path width: 36 inches
  • Entrance door has at least 18 inches of wall clearance on the pull side of the door
  • Restaurant carpet is securely installed to minimize tripping hazards
  • Aisles of at least 36 inches between fixed seating
  • Accessible seating distributed throughout the dining area
  • Accessible public restrooms
  • Entrance doorways: at least 32 inches wide
  • Accessible restrooms with adequate maneuvering space
  • Sink faucets, soap dispensers, and hand dryers can be operated with a closed fist
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