|The Marquee reminds of the great|
era in entertainment and dinning out.
When a new restaurant opens, it is a party, and we were invited to participate in one of the opening parties for this new downtown DC eatery, located in the heart of the business district right off of Franklin Square.
|The bar is large and has lots of options and friendly bartenders.|
Pennsylvania 6 at 1350 EYE (I) Street NW, is the new restaurant that opened in what was once an Italian eatery. And this new hotspot is going to be known for cotemporary cuisine, as well as handmade cocktails, a great wine selection, and a fine selection of craft beers. Pennsylvania 6 totally transformed the space, when you walk in there is no question that the lively bar will be a go to place meeting up with friends and business colleagues in DC. For those that want to sit and convene in a quiet environment, there is an elegant parlor, complete with fireplace, and seating areas for two or four, or eight, or more.
|The parlor is an intimate space just off the bar, great place|
to meet friends and relax with a handcrafted cocktail.
Pennsylvania 6 is not just a hot new bar, or meeting place, it is a darned fine place to eat! With several large Dining rooms, as well as a VIP table for entertaining 6 or 8 guests. We expect that it will be this table, and who dines here, that you will read about in the celerity blogs and style columns. Surrounded by a wine display, and quite visible, yet removed enough, so you can see and be seen.
|Pennsylvania 6 staff, including Chef Matt Ifkovits|
with our team member, Missy Millikan.
We were lucky enough to get a private tour of Pennsylvania 6’s kitchen with Chef Matt Ifkovitz, trained at the Culinary Institute of America, he proudly showed us around back of the house, where they prepare an eclectic culinary assortment of different dishes, not just the old fare that of steaks and chops, plenty of fresh fish and seafood options, abound as well. What was being served the night we were there was quite delicious.
|A behind the scenes tour of the Pennsylvania 6 Kitchen|
was a highlight of our visit.
Want to get a look at Pennsylvania 6?
Open Table takes reservations online, or you can call them directly.
1350 Eye (I) Street, NW, Washington DC, 20005