Adour Restaurant’s luxurious design complements the newly renovated St. Regis Hotel in Washington D.C. The interior is a David Rockwell creation with white leather seats and bold booth alcoves. The Head Chef of the restaurant, Alain Ducasse, highlights gourmet French cooking with American grown local produce. Famous for his restaurants like Adour in New York and Le Jules Vernes which is astonishingly inside the iconic Eiffel Tower, this menu is in capable hands. The menu does alter with the season, but the sommelier has received wonderful praise from visitors and reviews alike for his wine pairings, no matter the season.
Adour is a very high-end restaurant with dress code and pricing to match. It offers guests a selection between 4 or 5 course meals with or without wine pairings, or visitors can opt to pick from the appetizers and entrées. Whatever your selection, the wait staff is always attentive and offers complementary raspberry macaroons to the table after the meal. The Adour at the St. Regis Washington D.C. is the perfect indulgence for a trip to the Capitol complementing traditional American fare with excellent sauces, wines and service.