D.C.’s Top Destinations for Private Dining
When dining with the masses just won’t do
It may only be September, but that’s actually when private dining rooms start to book up for the holidays (particularly when it comes to private events). As families and companies weighs options for Thanksgiving dinners or Chrismahanukwanzakah parties, consider these options for private rooms in D.C.
7. RPM Italian
This high-end Italian restaurant offers four private dining rooms, with the largest fitting up to 32 people. Two side-by-side rooms can be combined into one large private dining room.
13. Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab
This D.C. power spot has three private dining rooms. The Gigi Room, the largest room, can accommodate 112 seated people or 200 people reception style. The South Beach Room — with its black lacquer millwork, leopard print carpeting, and retro-style chandelier — includes ornamental glass doors that reveal or conceal the bar below, fitting up to 30 seated individuals.