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Filomena Ristorante is one of the premiere Italian cuisine restaurants in Washington, D.C. The restaurant is in operation for more than 20 years. Its lunch menu includes a variety of dishes, such as meatball sliders and fries, stuffed mushrooms, Caesar salad and chopped antipasto. In addition, Filomena Ristorante provide a range of Italian specialties, such as pasta pomodoro, zucchini fritti, chicken marsala, mushroom risotto, vegetarian lasagna and baked mostaccioli. It offers several pizza toppings, including olives, bell peppers, fresh tomatoes, sausage, feta cheese, smoked mozzarella, anchovy and extra cheese. In addition, the restaurant provides a range of desserts, including cheesecakes, flourless chocolate cakes, chocolate brownies and raspberry crumble bars.
BBB Rating
A+
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Regular Hours

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Phone: (202) 337-2782

Phone: (202) 338-8806

Primary Phone: (202) 337-2782

TollFree: (888) 345-6636

Payment method
carte blanche, all major credit cards, amex, diners club, discover, master card, visa
Price Range
$$$
Neighborhoods
Georgetown, Northwest Washington, West Village, East Village
AKA

Filomena Ristorante of Georgetown

Filomena's Restaurant

Filomena Ristorante - Georgetown

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Categories
Italian Restaurants, Mediterranean Restaurants, Buffet Restaurants, Caterers, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: No

Cuisines: Buffets, Mediterranean, Caterers, Italian, European, Continental

Alcohol: Full Bar

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No

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Dave M.

11/18/2013

Overall
blew my mind.

I really didn't know what to expect on my first visit. I was not from the area and I honestly was disappointed from the outside when I got there because I didn't realize the restaurant was in the basement but as soon as I opened the door I was never disappointed. They decorated the whole place for Halloween and I found out they do that for other major holidays as well.

Britcrit

09/08/2010

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Red Suace Central

Georgetown equivalent of Red Sauce Central. Theme restaurant, 'Today we have a very nice everything'...This supposed famous Italian was full of 20 year olds on first dates, and with mum and dad dropping off at College. Mushroom ravioli was, hunt the ravioli through a soupy cream sauce. Attentive staff thought that because it must still be 1970 and if you drape a napkin over your forearm it must be classy. Bono's favorite dish was a mound of overcooked pasta and red sauce with huge hunks of sweet sausage. Decor was semi brothel and semi 1890's funhouse. If you want to be a tourist and pay for old fashioned food and service this is your place.

alblang

05/17/2010

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Overall
Great Italian Food

This Georgetown eatery has a great atmosphere and decor in typical Italian house style. When you walk in, you can see Italian grandmas making gnocchi by hand! The food is delicious and plentiful. It is a little pricey. If you are visiting Georgetown, it is definitely worth it to go there. You'll have a wonderful experience and taste great food.

izzyrd

06/08/2009

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Authentic Italian and beautiful decor

One of the most beautiful settings I have ever been in. You will not know it from the street, don't walk by, go right down those stairs and when you turn take a minute to look around.
Everything is very well prepared, the waiters are great, salads outstanding and the tramasu is a meal in itself (and I HATE coffee)!

I am not from DC, but I go back 3-4 times a year and I always try to get reservations before I go

johnsontm

05/13/2009

Overall
Best Italian Restaurant!

Having to travel all over the country I enjoy trying different Italian restaurants in every city I go to. For over 20 years I've been going in and out of DC and don't have any idea how I could have missed this little gem of a restaurant. In the front window they have these two older ladies making gnocchi by hand. Inside the lobby you find the desserts calling to you. The manager said that they make all their own desserts in-house. I had the seafood pasta dish which should not be called anything but the best dish of pasta I ever had. The portions are like nothing you will ever see anywhere. The sad thing is that even though the dish was huge, I ate every bit of it! The cheesecake was the most creamy delicious cheesecake I have ever had. Our waiter was always attentive to our table and the service was perfect. I cannot say enough other than it is truly the best Italian Restaurant I have ever been to and will surely make it a regular visit every time I am in DC. Be sure to save some room for dessert and watch for the surprise at the end when they bring you complimentry Sambucca and Amaretto to your table. Unbelievable!

arlingtonva

09/21/2008

Overall
Bad Restaurant

I had dinner here this weekend and recived the worst service I have ever had. The people I was dinning with all recieved thier food before me. I had to wait 35 minutes before I got my order. The waiter didn't even appoligise. They were very rude. When I complained they said, "Hey it's a busy night." I wonder how many more busy nights the will have if the service is like this. The food was very good. I like Itilian and they did a very good job. It just with that kind of service I can't evision spending my money thier. I would not recommend this place. Try Faca Luna in Arlington. The servicethier is great.

Dave

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