Large Party? The More, The Merrier At These Group Friendly D.C. Restaurants



Whether it is a family get together to celebrate a huge event or a group of friends meeting to catch up, Washington, D.C. has a number of group friendly restaurants that will make everyone happy. When it come to choosing the top picks, 10Best looked at places that can accommodate large groups in either private rooms or in a comfortable setting and offered huge and/or sharable menu items that would appeal to different palettes.

Get ready for huge portions and plates of food at Carmine's -- a family-style Italian restaurant that originated in New York City. Chose from pastas, meats and seafood but be sure to bring a huge appetite or make room for leftovers in your fridge.

Rasika, one of the finest restaurants in the district, has a private dining room that may seat up to 16 persons. Featuring Indian cuisine with a modern twist, the plates are small but the taste is big.     

Want a little fun while you wait for your food? Head to Comet Ping Pong where pizzas and games are served up together. If you have a large party, why not create a ping pong tournament?

Trying to find a restaurant that will please and seat everyone can be difficult but thankfully the nation's capital has plenty of options to chose from for a fun night out with a group.

 

 


Hard Rock Cafe
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We have lots of embassies here in the district yet this is the only one called 'The Embassy of Rock n' Roll.' Sure, you can find this restaurant chain in major cities throughout the world but the cool part is that each one has different...  Read More


Crystal City Sports Pub
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Founded in 1994, the pub feature more than 100 televisions for your game day viewing pleasure. Not sure if even Best Buy has that many on display to sell. Chose from one of three levels with the top tier hosting 2 to 8 foot projection screen...  Read More


Tony and Joe's Seafood Place
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What better place in the district to enjoy seafood than a restaurant with gorgeous views of the Potomac River? This Georgetown waterfront dining option serves lunch and dinner to those in need of a seafood fix. Some of the lunch offerings...  Read More


& Pizza
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With multiple locations throughout the D.C. Metro area, this business is a favorite among locals. With a goal of 'connecting a taste of the future with a feel for the familiar,' & Pizza offers a unique menu of signature pizza dishes...  Read More


Art and Soul
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The product of celebrity chef/owner Art Smith and executive chef Wes Morton, Art and Soul serves up Southern comfort dishes with style. Nosh on buttermilk lemon pancakes or a three egg omelet off the breakfast menu. Lunch favorites include free...  Read More


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Comet Ping Pong


Sitting and eating in a restaurant can be boring. Thankfully, the district has Comet Ping Pong – an eatery dedicated to making sure adults have great food and an amazing time as well. This laid back restaurant may remind you of your college...  Read More


Busboys & Poets


This community gathering place, which provides an artistic outlet for poetry, art and books, is also a great spot to grab a meal. Breakfast is served daily until 11 a.m. so chow down on some oatmeal, a bagel with lox, organic granola or a...  Read More


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Downtown


With two locations in this district, this restaurant puts a modern twist on Indian cuisine featuring small plates yet big taste. Start off with a dish made off a tawa (griddle) like scallops rasem or ragda patties or head straight to their sigri...  Read More


Clyde's of Gallery Place


You know how some restaurant kid menus only have a few items? That's not the case here. Kids have more than a dozen entrees to chose from and the list is great for foodies or pick eaters. Care for some salmon teriyaki? How about grass-fed...  Read More


Carmine's Restaurant - DC
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Be prepared for your jaw to drop a bit when your server brings your entrée. The plates and portions are huge so bring a healthy appetite to this family style Italian restaurant. You can't come to this restaurant without trying something off...  Read More


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Meet Gina Gallucci White

Gina Gallucci White is an award winning freelance writer with articles appearing in such regional publications as Frederick Magazine, The Daily Record, Montgomery Magazine and The Gazette. She...  More About Gina

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