Tom Sietsema, The Washington Post’s longtime food critic, rounded up his favorite places to eat around Washington, DC. On his list of current favorites—filtered through the lens of romance as Valentine’s Day is around the corner—is Zinnia, an all-day concept on the grounds of a DC-area institution with fresh interiors from our Interior Architecture team, Edit at Streetsense.
Read an excerpt about Zinnia below and head to The Washington Post for ‘Tom Sietsema’s 6 favorite places to eat right now.’
“While Zinnia is free of the antiques that populated Mrs. K’s, the owner repainted the 90-year-old, 11,000-square-foot space with the blue-and-white color scheme it bore decades earlier. Indoor destinations include a light-filled bar and dining room, warmed up with a double-sided fireplace overlooking the lawn, and a cozy, low-ceilinged tavern with booths downstairs, host to live music Wednesday through Friday nights.”
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. Learn how our team created a lifestyle to live for in The Elm, a Scandinavian-inspired multifamily property.