Station Kitchen & Cocktails at The Embassy Row Hotel Debuts New Menus and Programming

Station Kitchen & Cocktails at The Embassy Row Hotel, A Destination Hotel, invites guests to experience a taste of D.C. with a variety of new menu items, rotating international specialties from the surrounding embassies, fun happy hour promotions and a special underground cocktail menu. With new offerings and a refreshed look including playful furnishings and a communal layout, guests and D.C. residents alike will enjoy a distinctive dining experience that is both social and local.

“We are excited to introduce a variety of regionally-driven new menu items and programming at Station Kitchen & Cocktails,” said Steven James, Director of Food and Beverage at The Embassy Row Hotel. “The authentic D.C. offerings, as well as the social layout of the dining room, further contribute to the immersive local experience we offer here at The Embassy Row Hotel. We invite locals and guests alike to come drink and dine in true Washington, D.C. style.”

The Embassy Row Experience

One of the highlights of Station Kitchen & Cocktail’s new menu is The Embassy Row Experience, a specialty food and cocktail menu that rotates monthly and is inspired by the international embassies found within the Embassy Row neighborhood. August’s Experience is inspired by the Philippines in celebration of National Hero Day on August 28 with Crispy Pork Belly with adobo slaw and hoisin BBQ sauce. Upcoming experiences include Mexico for September in celebration of Mexican independence month with Mexican shrimp cocktail mixed with avocado, cilantro and corn tortilla; and Germany for October in celebration of Oktoberfest with Brats in a blanket (bratwurst wrapped in soft pretzel, served with sauerkraut and spicy mustard). November’s Experience, a Curry Turkey Marsala Pie, is inspired by India to honor the birthday of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak; and December’s Experience, Paella de Marisco, is linked to Spain and their Constitution Day on December 6.

Featuring a charity component, all dishes are served in a SOME bowl, a beautiful bowl created by students at the Corcoran School of Art & Design. Each time a guest orders a dish from the Embassy Row Experience, the property donates a portion of the proceeds to nonprofit organization So Others Might Eat (SOME).

New Menu

In addition to the Embassy Row Experience, Station Kitchen &…

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