The Dabney

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Details
122 Blagden Alley NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 450-1015
American
$ $ $
Hours
Tue–Thu, Sun: 5:30 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:30 AM–11:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Incredible cooking. Some kinks to work out but this is a superlative new entry on the DC dining scene.
  • Catfish sliders
  • Beverage director was great - the selections were unique and great value from talented producers.
  • Everything
  • Food was fantastic. Service was impeccable. For our first dinner in DC after our move, they were incredible warm and welcoming. Hope to return very soon!
  • Hidden away gems...local sustainable farm sourced ingredients,creative authentic&surprisingly everything you wouldn't have expected,had you expected to find it next to Jrinx,Longview Gallery,cafes,art
  • Possibly the best Manhattan I've ever had
  • Start with the chicken sandwich for $5 is amazing! From the small plates you want to try the roasted carrots, the scallops, and the beef cheeks! The drinks are amazing as well.
  • Awesome mezcal cocktail. Definitely want to go back for dinner.
  • The Dabney, Jeremiah Langhorne's Washington debut, shows some of the most aggressive commitment to local sourcing and Mid-Atlantic cuisine in the region. As a result, the dishes change frequently.
  • Honestly, I could not agree on a favorite plate. Everything is extremely good. Service is great!
  • With no gas lines in the kitchen, Langhorne relies almost solely upon live fire. Snapper, rockfish, pork belly, quail, Camembert: You name it, and Langhorne can cook it over fiery embers.
  • Words can't describe how good this place is. Get the crab!
  • Snapper, rockfish, pork belly, quail, Camembert: You name it, and Jeremiah Langhorne can cook it over fiery embers. Langhorne combines these old-world techniques with a modern chefs outlook.
  • The baked duck egg with asparagus is delish
  • The kitchen is firing on all cylinders now: the Dabney is fantastic. Small plates are on the small side but each dish was exceptional. Standouts: pork belly, black bass, hearth roasted vegetables.
  • The menu changes, but get anything hearth-roasted. We had the hearth roasted vegetables and they were amazing! Service was great, dining room is cozy and it was a perfect special occasion dinner.
  • Very warm and cozy ambience and is great for a date. Every dish we had was interesting and delicious. Try to sit near the open kitchen.
  • Enter this place from the back in Blagden Alley. Has a small but quality local beer selection. I wouldn't recommend it for vegetarians.
  • The nicest staff. Everyone is so friendly, everyone is always smiling. I felt very welcomed.