Dauphine’s transformed the area into a hospitality place with fine points— a love-at-first-sight upon entry. It is ideally posted within D.C.’s Midtown Center where The Washington Post formerly stood. Dauphine’s is a concept restaurant inspired by the iconic cuisine of New Orleans.
It radiates an unpretentiously sophisticated atmosphere that is not intimidating. Rather, it gives off a homey relaxing vibe.
With subtle hints of New Orleans influences, it creates this feeling like one is transported from Washington to New Orleans.
Dauphine’s offerings of a variety of foods, from charcuterie boards to seafood dishes. Moreover, it also offers a refreshing mix of drinks from its menu that is described as a delightful gastronomic adventure.
From the lush greeneries along the perimeter to the iconic water feature, Dauphine’s interior is a definite feast for the eye and spirit. The interior looks more of a shabby chic style with vintage elements.