The Monocle Restaurant

The Monocle Restaurant

D Street Entrance
107 D St., NE
Washington, DC 20002

How to find us:

On Capitol Hill,
Senate side

107 D Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
(202) 546-4488
Email us:

Patron Comments:

★★★★★ "The Monocle is Washington's top power lunch restaurant. If you don't know people who dine at The Monocle, you are keeping the wrong company. "
- Carter L. Clews, OpenTable, 2/26/2018

★★★★★ "Food and drink was excellent as was atmosphere and service. Little noisy but only because of a function in an adjacent room. We will absolutely be back."
- OpenTable Diner (Cincinnati), 2/7/2018

★★★★★ "Lovely dinner for business discussion; Nick and staff all were accommodating, gave us time to talk in between check ins with us. Food was perfect."
- OpenTable VIP, Teacher (Kansas City), 2/6/2018

★★★★★ "This was recommended by a patron at another establishment. We loved the food and the surroundings. Very interesting to see some of the inner workings of DC done over the dinner table. I would definitely go back. The lamb was amazing!"
- StephanieM (New York Area), OpenTable, 2/5/2018

★★★★★ "The Monocle is always a high quality choice. The owners have been on the Hill for many years and even though it's an institution, they make sure quality and service are top notch. Great place."
- OpenTable Diner (Washington DC), 1/11/2018

★★★★★ "I had not dined here in decades. It turned out to be a delightful lunch from the bread, wine list to the gracious maitre'd to our server."
- OpenTable VIP, Nancy (Washington DC), 1/3/2018

★★★★★ "While the Monocle is a classic D.C. politico spot on the Senate side of the Capitol building, it is perfect for a family dinner before a concert at the Folger. The staff welcomed and took great care of our teens. The dinner did not disappoint."
- RobG (Seattle), OpenTable (Seattle), 12/19/2017

★★★★★ For reservations go to:



The Filibuster / $12
Filibuster Rye, hint of Pernod, apple cider

The 107 Negroni / $12
Bombay Sapphire Gin, Aperol, Cocchi sweet vermouth

Winter Elixir / $13
Titos, infused rosemary, Pomegranate juice, splash of soda

Grand Old Punch / $11
Our modern interpretation of a rum punch served
at the club in Philadelphia in the late 1700’s

Kennedy 60 / $12
(Better than a French 75)
Prosecco and a splash of Elderflower

Gin Blossoms / $11
Hendrix Gin, Saint Germaine, fresh lemon juice and club soda

The Rye Manhattan / $14
High West Whiskey, Carpano sweet vermouth and the bitter truth orange

Dark and Stormy / $9
Gosling’s Black Seal Rum, Ginger Beer



Sauvignon Blanc, Coopers Creek, New Zealand, 2016  –  $10
Sancerre, Domaine Reverdy, Loire, France, 2016  –  $14
Pinot Grigio, Lagaria, Italy, 2016  –  $9
Chardonnay, Columbia Crest, Columbia Valley, 2014 – $9.5
Chardonnay, Sonoma-Cutrer, Russian River, 2014  –  $15
Riesling, Chateau Ste Michelle, Columbia Valley, 2014  –  $10
Provence Rose, Whispering Angel, France  –  $13

Champagne, Laurent Perrier, Brut, France, 375ml  –  $22
Sparkling Wine, Prosecco, Lamarca, Italy  –  $11
Sparkling Rose, Chandon, California, 375ml –  $13

Malbec, Nieto, Argentina, 2015  –  $11
Pinot Noir, Mark West, California, 2015  –  $9.5
Pinot Noir, Meiomi, Santa Barbara, 2016   –  $14
Cabernet Sauvignon, Tangley Oaks, North Coast, 2012 –  $15
Cabernet Sauvignon, Hess Select, Napa, 2014 –  $12
Bordeaux Blend, Purple Heart, Napa, 2014 –  $13
Zinfandel, Ravenswood, California, 2015  –  $9

Bass Ale, on tap – $8
DC Brau, Corruption, IPA – $6.5
Dogfish Head, 60 minute IPA – $7
Stella Artois – $5.5
Allagash, White, Belgian Style – $7.5
Samuel Adams Boston Lager – $6
Bud Light, Miller Lite, Coors Light – $5