Del Campo

Row 1

Details
777 I St NW (at 8th St NW)
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 289-7377
South American
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon–Wed: 11:30 AM–11:30 PM Thu–Sat: 11:30 AM–Midnight Sun: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM

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  • The heart of the menu are grilled/smoked meats. House specialties extend to Peruvian-style chicken. Every detail (fluffy-centered yuca, shocking green chili puree, creamy aioli) is pitch perfect.
  • Chef Victor Albisu leaves seemingly no dish untorched as he evokes the asados, or barbecues, of South America.
  • Grilled Jumbo Head-on Prawn! Amazing!
  • Great Restaurant Week value!
  • Try there Rib eye the meat is delicious and seasoned well. The waiter was excellent and attentive
  • Beets are amazing! Also get cauliflower as a side. Cocktails are well done. Love the restaurant design!!!
  • The grill makes everything taste better. Happy hour offers some must try small plates including steak crostini, salmon ceviche, and seared provolone. Wine and cocktails are always delicious.
  • Delicious and beautiful restaurant. We had empanadas(amazing!), Peruvian Chicken(delicious) and NY Strip with chimichurria (Perfection!). Also had salad, grilled and LOVED it!! Cannot wait to go back
  • Go with the Del Campo chimichurri on any of their steak offerings.
  • Great happy hour deals and delicious cocktails!
  • Victor Albisu's South American restaurant serves up a variety of grilled smoky meats, and menu items like arepas. There's even a cocktail list with edible, meaty garnishes available in the lounge.
  • The food was excellent
  • Great atmosphere and service! The smoked scrambled eggs are so worth the visit!
  • Great food and cocktails! The yucca fries are amazing
  • Fresh Smoked Mimosas for Sunday Brunch
  • Perhaps one of the best vegetarian dishes in D.C., the torta pasqualina (Easter tart) combines kale, chard and spinach, then is layered in a flaky crust with bechamel, onions and mushrooms.
  • Smoked pumpkin old fashioned
  • Tons of meat but there are also some very good sides, salads, and other vegetable items. Excellent cocktails too. Don't be too depressed if you're a vegetarian and someone takes you here.
  • All of the food was great. Steak, seafood, and greens alike.
  • The burnt beets, milk braised pork cheeks, and anything smoked are highly recommended. For a much cheaper way to try Chef Albisu's delicious food, check out Taco Bamba in Falls Church.