August 3, 2010 Leave a comment
As more businesses moving to Washington, D.C. area, more and more cool bar,clubs, lounges, and restaurants from all over the world and the country also moving to D.C. It was just a few month ago we reported the opening of the Pan-Asian Budda Bar, it is now the Italians from NYC. The Carmine’s from the legendary New York family style Italian restaurants located at 7 Street NW, between D&E Streets opens up today to Awesome Washingtonians. The place will become the largest restaurant in Washington, DC with over 20,030 square-feet and large enough to seat 700 guests.
Independently owned by the Alicart Restaurant Group, Carmine’s DC has a 40 seat wrap-around bar and a 50 seat lounge along with nine rooms for private dining. According to the release, the restaurant is designed by Bill Johnson Studios, in the nostalgic signature of the New York Carmine’s, the DC restaurant’s décor has walls strewn with black and white photographs depicting Italian American families surrounded by hanging chandeliers and large white-clothed tables. Read more of this post