Estadio

Restaurants, Spanish Logan Circle
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Estadio
© Susana Raab

Trip to contemporary Spain by way of a Logan Circle wormhole. The décor mixes traditional tiles, wrought iron and whimsical notes. An Iberian-focused wine list contains cavas, juicy riojas, wines from the Canary Islands and Mallorca and pricy Bordeaux-style blends from Priorat. The bar also takes pride in wine-based cocktails like Tecolate (tequila, cava, rosemary and grapefruit), Calimocho (red wine and cola) and slurpee-like “slushitos.” Build a base of pintxos (skewered morsels) and open-faced montaditos. Pair desserts like warm chocolate hazelnut cake with sweet port and Madeira.

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Venue name: Estadio
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Address: 1520 14th St NW
Washington, DC

Cross street: at Church St
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 5–10pm, Fri 11:30am–2pm, 5–11pm, Sat–Sun 11am–2pm, 5–9pm
Transport: U Street/African-American Civil War Memorial/Cardozo Metro
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Amy Cavanaugh

The Spanish fare at Estadio is top notch, as is the beverage program. If you haven't tried Spanish cider yet, this is the place to do it.

Jaime B

Estadio has delicious tapas...if they have the sweetbreads available, get them. I had the soft meat here for the first time, and I've never been able to find it prepared better elsewhere. This is a more expensive restaurant, but it's great for a special date, and it's in a great location on 14th St, where you can walk to lots of other attractions.