Cafe Atlantico

(202) 393-0812 | View Website

405 8th St NW, Washington, DC | Directions   20004

38.894855 -77.022886

Open Hours

Tuesday To Thursday From 11:30 AM To 02:30 PM Tuesday To Thursday From 05:00 PM To 10:00 PM Friday From 11:30 AM To 02:30 PM Friday From 05:00 PM To 11:00 PM Saturday From 05:00 PM To 11:00 PM Sunday From 05:00 PM To 10:00 PM

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Neighborhoods: Northwest, Northwest Washington, Downtown

Guacamole, Sweet Potato Soup, Pork Belly Confit with Passion Fruit Oil, Endive with Queso Fresco Espuma, Walnuts and Oranges, Grilled Asparagus with Warm Mayo, Tuna Ceviche with Coconut, Mango-Anchovy Ravioli, Grilled “Cuban” Corn Dipped in a Queso Fresco Sauce, Aleppo Pepper, Pineapple Shavings with Corn Nuts and Tamarind Oil, Grilled Shrimp with Squash Puree... more

Reviews for Cafe Atlantico

over a year ago

Delicious Upscale Spanish – My experiences of Cafe Atlantico have been great, but I can't say the same for everyone - I've been for both regular lunch and Restaurant Week dinner and the latter occasion turned out to a miss for my dining partner.

I've had Cafe Atlantico's salt air margarita, which was cool because of it's salty foam, and delicious because it was a pretty darn good margarita. Their Pupusas are excellent - a little on the salty side but each bite with a little bit of cabbage salad and foie gras fondant was very tasty.

With my Restaurant Week experience, the food was good but it didn't seem as great as it could be - the fritters were tasty and I had a fairly solid duck confit but I had actually eaten better elsewhere. My companion had ordered fish (I think it was salmon) and was not impressed - it came out undercooked and with a weird black sauce that was very salty (an olive dressing of some sort). Dessert on this occasion was forgettable but on my previous experience it was amazing - the coconut 2 ways is inventive and tastes fantastic.

over a year ago

Great date spot – Café atlantico

Came here last night and had a nice dinner on the patio to celebrate the first day of spring! ~

I loved my poached blackened codfish (~26). The fish was so tender and so delicious and had just the right amount of olive oil flavor. The portions aren't as large as what you would get at major chain restaurants, but if you order an appetizer with the main course, it should be just about enough.

The guacamole (~13) is a MUST-GET, it was so flavorful with great chucks of avocado. They even make the guac in front of you!


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