Corduroy

(202) 589-0699 | View Website

1122 9th St NW, Washington, DC | Directions   20001

38.905114 -77.024120

Open Hours

Mon-Sat 5:30pm-10:30pm

 
Restaurants, Traditional American, $  more

More Price: $$$$

Tags: Fine Dining, Happy Hour, Notable Chef, Online Reservations, Private Rooms, Prix Fixe Menu, Quiet, Romantic Dining, Special Occasion Dining

Payment Methods: American Express, MasterCard, Visa

Dress Code: Dressy

Parking: Valet

Neighborhoods: Mount Vernon Square, Northwest Washington, Northwest

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Corduroy
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From The Owners of Corduroy

The classy American fare here sounds simple, but the dishes are infused with a dash of excitement and prime ingredients.

Menu
Chilled Burdock Soup, Oysters on the Half Shell with Champagne Mignonette, Tuna Tartar with Crispy Shallots and Mountain Potato, Noriko's Shiso Salad, Path Valley Green Salad with Lemon Dressing, Wild Mushroom Fettuciine, Wild Mushroom Blintz with Garlic Sauce, Broken Arrow Ranch Antelope with Chestnut Puree, Peppered Rare Big Eye Tuna with Sushi Rice and Hijiki, Braised Beef Cheeks Osso Bucco Style with Tarbais Beans... more

Reviews for Corduroy

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

A sleeper hit you don't hear a lot about – I tend to stay away from hotel restaurants and bars under the assumption that these places have a built-in clientele so they don't have to work very hard to attract customers.

But Corduroy is excellent all around, and absolutely worth checking out, hotel restaurant or not. It's menu isn't huge, but features myriad American dishes from scallops to lamb. My favorite dish is the seared tuna, always prepared to the temperature you like, on top of sushi rice.

You'll absolutely have to dress up to eat here, though. I wouldn't wear jeans under any circumstances, and men should bring a jacket.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Diamond in the rough – This place is wonderful. Chef Tom Power takes such good care of his diners. We came here for our anniversary after many recommendations and we were not disappointed. The service, from the minute we walked in the door, was perfect. We felt like such VIPs.

The wine list is extensive, and accessible. The wait staff are very knowledgeable and we felt okay asking questions. We also had a semi-private table. It looked like there were a few little nooks just for couples, which we really appreciated.

Corduroy is a diamond in the rough--don't be put off by its location. 9th St. is changing rapidly. There's nothing to be afraid of around there.

Recommends
over a year ago

Citysearch Editorial Review – Corduroy comes off as unassuming--much like chef/owner Tom Power's menu, which features modern American cuisine prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients often sourced locally by Power himself. But the menu, like the restaurant's exterior, doesn't tell the whole story. Power, a former apprentice of Michel Richard, has a flair for making simple dishes exciting. Diners swear by the lobster carpaccio and the Muscovy duck with fig sauce, but it's hard to go wrong with the brief menu. Across from the convention center, Corduroy's comfortable, modern atmosphere goes well with the accessible, straight forward cuisine.

 

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