Kellari Taverna Restaurant Washington DC Beautiful atmosphere. Amazing service. Complimentary Champagne flows while enjoying the live Greek music. Highly recommended when in downtown DC!
- Name : Kellari Taverna Restaurant
- Worktime : 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM
- Type : Greek food restaurant
- Assessment : 4.4
- Prices : $$-$$$
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Kellari Taverna Restaurant Washington DC Address :
1700 K St NW, Washington, DC 20006،
Kellari Taverna Restaurant Washington DC Phone number :
Best seller :
burger should make
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Visitors’ Comments :
Comment 1 :
I found this location via Groupon. Brought my boyfriend here for Sunday brunch and wow, amazing food and amazing bottomless mimosas! We really enjoyed our time here, had a pleasant experience, and will absolutely dine here again. Most likely, would like to bring friends and family here for the brunch. The ONLY con (& this is most likely to the pandemic and low wages): not enough servers. Around 12:30-1pm, the restaurant did get busy and there were probably 2 servers. While my boyfriend and I were understanding, patient, full of mimosas, and greatly appreciated our waiter’s honesty, some patrons were clearly annoyed. There’s an obvious fix for that, but that’s neither here nor there. Again, would definitely come back.
I went here for brunch with my husband and we had a great time. The service was outstanding and the food was tasty. I highly recommend the yogurt cake to finish, so tasty!
Happy to see one of my all time favorites survived the pandemic. Kellari was a go-to staple for me for client lunches and practice group outings when I was a partner at a nearby law firm. After being out of the country for a year I came back to enjoy their delicious food and impeccable service, with a nice retsina. The Kellari lamb burger should make a comeback. I hope to see their dining room full again soon!
Comment 3 :
We loved this place! It was really empty when we went too. It’s really fancy but I suggest getting the all you can drink mimosas and getting the Groupon to save some money! 🙂
After getting vaccinated, this was our first venture out onto the DC Metro and to this restaurant. It’s an easy 4-minute walk from Farragut North Metro. We ate outside, which was really nice. It was a nice Sunday evening. The service and food were excellent. And unbeknownst to us it was Greek Easter, so we got some Greek Easter eggs as a bonus! It’s a bit pricey, so more for a special occasion. But the spanakopita was obviously homemade, and we had whole fish with vegetables that was just great.