Lupo Verde

Row 1

1401 T St NW (at 14th St NW)
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 827-4726
$ $ $
Mon–Fri: 5:00 PM–2:00 AM Sat–Sun: 10:00 AM–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Fried artichokes, the Maltagliati, prosecco on tap and Morgan at the bar = best combination ever!
  • Little Italy feel, and they have charging station for iPhones right next to purse hooks! Genius!
  • They charge for you more bread
  • The "Sofia" cocktail (brunch only, I think) is delightful.
  • The fried artichokes are phenomenal!
  • Voted "Not Worth the Hype" in 2014. We love it for dinner (try the charcuterie plate), but not for brunch
  • Very cute, European and yummy food. I got the lasagna and it seemed to pretty to eat!
  • Enjoyed the fried artichokes, lasagna and branzino on the patio. If you can, try to get Anne Marie as your server - she's great!
  • Nothing but great things to say about the food, waiters, and bartenders. Host staff are abysmal. Go w/ a reservation or follow up regularly.
  • Food was ok, wine pours are small.
  • Try the dessert! Semi fredo was AMAZING :-)
  • I was there for brunch last Saturday and it was a very long one. Food was great and the staff was even better because they let us stay for as long as we wanted. I'm definitely going back!
  • Pretty space and seems good for dinner, but was terrible for brunch. Out of bread and many menu items, it was a let down and frustrating.
  • Fuscelli (red) and cacio pepe (white) with Rye Bandit and Peppino cocktails. Absolute delicious.
  • If you're vegetarian, be sure to announce it up front. Not all of the ingredients are listed on the menu.
  • Eggs Benedict... Must have!
  • Didn't love the seating, but the amazing food more than made up for it!
  • If you are in Lupo Verde, try a Margarita with Pueblo Viejo Blanco.
  • Amazing authentic Italian. Try the burrata.
  • This popular Italian spot on 14th street serves up epic cheese plates and gorgeous brunch cocktails. Make sure you snag a table under a fancy umbrella, and enjoy the people-watching.