Eat The Rich

Seafood, Bar, Cocktail
$ $ $
1839 7th St NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 316-9396
Tuesday
5:00pm - 1:30am
Wednesday
5:00pm - 1:30am
Thursday
5:00pm - 1:30am
Friday
5:00pm - 2:30am
Saturday
5:00pm - 2:30am
Sunday
11:30am - 11:30pm

Tips

  • Get the cocktail of the day, preferably by the pitcher. Mezcal w/ chartreuse + crisp green apple might be your reward. The Beach and Beans (pictured) is the most beautiful thing on the menu.
  • An oyster-focused bar from Derek Brown of The Passenger.
  • Get a pitcher of booze and some bangin caviar with kettle chips
  • Industry HH and the Caviar. Like Whoa.
  • Great drinks spot and great service
  • Oysters and mezcal. Do it.
  • Avoid the prison tables in the back... makes for a miserable experience trying to have a conversation. Scallops, cauliflower, and oysters are great!
  • Pair your Oysters from the raw bar with a Chessie shot and follow it up with "Our Sauerkraut". You won't be disappointed.
  • The prison tables in the back are ridiculous and impractical. Other than that, a good spot for drinks and oysters. Double up with sherry bar next door.
  • Raw oysters are delightful
  • Late night dollar oysters combined with the Boh and O (Natty Boh and Old Overholt) combo can't be beat
  • Head to Eat The Rich for a locals only happy hour. Here youll find $1 oysters and constantly changing drink specials. Usually, they offer highballs for $7, $11 classic cocktails, and $9 wine.
  • Oysters, happy hour
  • Oyster-backs!
  • Happy Hour 5-7pm
  • Check out Eat the Rich as it was featured on Best Bars in America for Great oyster bar and some great mixed drinks and oyster shooters
  • Happy hour oysters are a great deal. But skip the oyster shooters until you're drunker.
  • Great place if you're into oysters. Otherwise not really worth it. No gluten-free food options beyond pickles and a side salad so I got a cider instead
  • Overpriced, tiny portions, mediocre quality at best ingredients, poor arrogant ignorant service; worst restaurant experience I've had in a while; smallest crab claws I've ever seen served
  • Wonderful oyster picklebacks.

Nearby places

624 T St NW (btwn Wiltberger & 7th St NW)
725 T St NW (at 8th St NW)
1523 7th St NW