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Bibiana

202-216-9550  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 1100 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005

CUISINE: Italian, Late-Night Dining

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

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Esquire magazine named restaurateur Ashok Bajaj's Italian favorite Bibiana one of its 20 Best New Restaurants nationally of 2010. 

Full bar. Serving lunch Mon-Fri, dinner Mon-Sat. Late night Fri-Sat. Closed Sun.

"Chef Nicholas Stefanelli's squid ink spaghetti scattered with sweet crab and warm with red chili is a bundle of pleasure, and his risotto tracks the days like a calendar (celebrating a forest of mushrooms in winter and green and yellow beans in summer). The kitchen excels beyond noodles. Poached branzino on a raft of roesti is a delightful interplay of fresh fish and crisp potatoes; lean venison crackles with candied hazelnuts; and what looks from a distance like burnt pizza turns out to be a pie tinted black with squid ink and dappled with intense tomato sauce and slices of octopus."

— Tom Sietsema, The Washington Post, Oct. 16, 2011

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Esquire magazine named restaurateur Ashok Bajaj's Italian favorite Bibiana one of its 20 Best New Restaurants nationally of 2010. 







 

"Chef Nicholas Stefanelli's squid ink spaghetti scattered with sweet crab and warm with red chili is a bundle of pleasure, and his risotto tracks the days like a calendar (celebrating a forest of mushrooms in winter and green and yellow beans in summer). The kitchen excels beyond noodles. Poached branzino on a raft of roesti is a delightful interplay of fresh fish and crisp potatoes; lean venison crackles with candied hazelnuts; and what looks from a distance like burnt pizza turns out to be a pie tinted black with squid ink and dappled with intense tomato sauce and slices of octopus."

— Tom Sietsema, The Washington Post, Oct. 16, 2011

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Full bar. Serving lunch Mon-Fri, dinner Mon-Sat. Late night Fri-Sat. Closed Sun.

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