Where to Eat in March: Brine, Apero, The Red Hen, and More
In Washington, D.C., March roars in like a lion with the promise of cherry blossoms, spring-like weather, and the return to outdoor dining (no space heaters needed). The restaurant scene also is springing to life with exciting new expansions, chef shuffles, and tables (The Red Hen) where even President Biden has called dibs for a meal.
March also brings swells of tourists to the city for spring break season, which means you’ll want to navigate around the crowds to find essential eating in our nation’s capital, whether it’s impeccable seafood at Brine, backyard mellowing at St. Vincent Wine, or lots else. Whatever your bliss, let this Resy Hit List be your guide.