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The Dabney

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The Dabney
Photograph: Andrew Cebulka The Dabney

Time Out says

Chef Jeremiah Langhorne (formerly the chef de cuisine at the much-lauded McCrady’s in Charleston, S.C.) takes a near-obsessive approach to local sourcing at his long-awaited mid-Atlantic restaurant in Blagden Alley. His dishes come steeped in history and are made primarily using produce grown (and foraged) nearby, including the rooftop garden. The interior feels almost barn-ish—albeit much more chic—with dark wood floors and tables and rafted ceilings. The open kitchen is anchored by a wood-burning oven that churns out new dishes on a daily basis.



Address: 122 Blagden Alley NW
Washington, DC

Cross street: between 9th and 10th Sts
Transport: Mt Vernon Square/7th St-Convention Center Metro
Opening hours: Tue-Thu, Sun 5.30-10pm; Fri, Sat 5.30-11pm

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