Pineapple and Pearls

Row 1

Details
715 8th St SE
Washington, DC 20003
Restaurant, Café
$ $
Hours
Tue–Sat: 5:00 PM–9:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • $150 bar menu + $65 drink pairing. Food was excellent, but the 6 tiny courses left us hungry. We were rushed out by waitstaff who needed our seats in little more than 90 minutes, leaving a sour taste.
  • The sandwiches are amazing! High recommended!
  • The meal traverses a staggering range of cooking stylessweetbread tacos on made-in-house tortillas, a flawless French omelet, caviar-topped beef tartareeach matched with a thoughtful wine pairing.
  • Worth the hype.
  • Wow! We are not worthy
  • Bite the bullet and go for dinner. It was easily one of the best meals of my life.
  • Get the Fried Chicken Sandwich
  • The Pink Peppercorn Shortbread offers a hint of spice in this scrumptious, not-too-sweet pastry.
  • Come in the morning to enjoy one of their delicious lattes.
  • Amazing pastries and sandwiches at breakfast time!
  • Get the signature Pineapple and Pearls and the Mexican Hot Chocolate buns, if you can. Wait, you can get pistachio milk in your coffee?!
  • buns and rolls were all good! can't go wrong with your choice!
  • Divine. Swanky setting and inspired menu. Avocado sorbet, fennel bon bons, to die for summer seafood bisque (see photo for presentation); this just a small taste. Go as soon as you can.
  • Every. Thing.
  • By day it operates as a coffee shop, selling spicy fried chicken sandwiches. At night, come by for an all-inclusive $250 per person meal, which includes 12-15-course dinner, drinks, and tip.
  • they serve lunches in a gold glitter box!
  • Get the chicken sandwich for lunch! And lots of napkins
  • A great option for someone wanting to get a taste of Rose's without the wait! Remarkably inexpensive, but with the high quality artistry and delightful touches you'd find at Rose's.
  • Coffee & pastry game spot on. Dinner is needed desperately now.
  • You should get a sweet roll because they are delicious.