Healthy Self Therapy & Wellness Center
In a conveninent downtown location (just west of Farragut Square), Healthy Self offers highly recommended massages as well as a range of...
Froggy Bottom Pub
This popular GWU hangout attracts students with grub-and-pub deals, a frat-boy-esque atmosphere and the sort of shot specials that make...
Kaz Sushi Bistro
Fusing East and West, chef Kaz Okochi presents his own invention, ‘free-style Japanese cuisine.’ The sushi on its own is fresh and...
1909 K St NW · interesting places nearby
Teatro Goldoni information
Teatro used to be just that – a sort of crazy clown carnival of very colorful, eye-catching, yet fairly ‘meh’ Italian dining. We loved (and still love) the Commedia del Arte ambience, a refreshing change from the starched-shirt formality so common in Foggy Bottom, but the food wasn’t worth the price. No longer, though. Chef Enzo Fargione has brought discipline and style to the menu without sacrificing the madcap flair that is Goldoni’s signature. Pasta stuffed with sweetbreads and sausage, all sweating a thick walnut sauce, should be too much (it almost is), but Fargione’s kitchen manages to restrain the richness just enough so the flavors don’t muddle. On the other hand, the veal, dressed in rosemary and mushrooms, stands on its simple, succulent self. Bravissimo .