We are thrilled to announce that seven of our restaurant clients have made Washingtonian’s annual list of the 100 Very Best Restaurants in Washington! This is an incredible achievement, especially given the challenges that restaurants have faced over the past few years. From the loss of beloved dining spots to the increased difficulties of running a restaurant during a pandemic, it has been a tough time for the industry. Despite all of this, our partners and clients have risen to the occasion and continue to provide exceptional dining experiences.
We are particularly thrilled about the list this year as our longtime client, The Dabney, was named Washington’s number-one restaurant this year.
“Many tasting rooms are transportive. Why do we love chef Jeremiah Langhorne’s ode to the Mid-Atlantic the most? For one, it’s soulfully rooted in this region and its history. Cross the turn-of-the-century structure’s threshold and you’ll see the wood-burning hearth that creates much of the menu. And it hasn’t slacked after seven years of considerable accolades and popularity. In September, Langhorne refashioned the bustling Shaw dining room to make way for a new, more elegant chapter.”
We also want to give a special shoutout to other clients that made the list including All Purpose, Bantam King/Daikaya/Haikan/Hatoba, Bar Spero, Red Hen, Reveler’s Hour, and Tail Up Goat.
This list is a great roadmap to the Washington DC area food scene and we are so honored to have so many of our clients featured. Congratulations to all the restaurants that made the list and cheers to another year of delicious food.
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Our Interior Architecture team, Edit at Streetsense, creates social spaces designed for cultivating a sense of belonging. The team applies principles learned from work on small-scale neighborhood-based bars and restaurants to all project types, creating comfortable environments driven by a passion for fiercely local voices and the belief that every project deserves a distinct personality.