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Rose's Luxury



717 8th St SE
Washington, DC 20003

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(202) 580-8889

Hours

  • Sunday: Closed
  • Monday: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 5:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • Saturday: 5:00 am - 11:00 pm

Cuisine: American Restaurants


4.8 of 5.0 from 117 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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  • May MGrab a seat at the bar on 2nd floor, or ask to sit on rooftop. Lychee salad and egg raviolo are must-orders. It's the veggies that shine in raviolo dish.

    55555 by May M


  • David W.There's usually a waiting list – even for seats at the bar, so grab a drink and try the couch on the second floor for a cozy way to spend the time.

    55555 by David W.


  • Margi VWe loved everything and we ordered a lot! Caviar, oysters, tofu Kung Pao, Carrot with yogurt, vegetable salad,whole fish, eggplant Parmesan and coconut ice cream.

    55555 by Margi V


  • Derek F.An extraordinary food experience. Come on a Saturday night during Memorial Day Weekend, ask for Will at the bar, and enjoy every special second.

    55555 by Derek F.


  • Roger AReally great food, cocktails and service! The no reservation for small parties issue is not too bad. If you can wait in line before it opens, you can put your name in the queue for a later time.

    55555 by Roger A


  • Pueblo Viejo Tequila CIf you visit Rose's Luxury don’t forget ask for a drink made with Pueblo Viejo Tequila.

    55555 by Pueblo Viejo Tequila C


  • Stephen E.The sausage habanero bowl is a must

    55555 by Stephen E.


  • EaterOften-lengthy waits for a table end with calming hospitality and Aaron Silverman’s strikingly thrilling acts of culinary daring.

    55555 by Eater


  • EaterAaron Silverman's experimental restaurant plays with dishes like a pork lychee salad, Vietnamese pate and bigger, family-style plates like schnitzel or brisket. Warning: lines here tend to be epic.

    55555 by Eater


  • Mike LWorth the hype. I could eat the pork lychee salad and the cacio e pepe all night. Get there before 5pm to put your name in for 2nd service (around 645) and enjoy happy hour at Molly Malone's next door

    55555 by Mike L


  • natalie MPork lychee salad is complex and incredible. The rice with gold flakes tastes perfectly of buttered popcorn!

    55555 by natalie M


  • Jessica PlacenciaThe potato bread was sent to earth straight from the heavens. Pasta dishes are all incredible. Try the coconut ice cream.

    55555 by Jessica Placencia


  • Staff PicksRose's Luxury was one of the more wished for places throughout 2015’s I Want Somewhere holiday campaign. Where’s your somewhere? Enter to win a bucket list experience.

    33333 by Staff Picks


  • Bon Appetit MagazineGo alone! Not only will the wait be less painful, because all solo diners may get at least one dish on the house. Also: The full menu is available in the bar upstairs.

    55555 by Bon Appetit Magazine


  • Jaime L.Must get the pork sausage! Everything is wonderful -- let the the wait staff give you their wonderful descriptions & decide from there!

    55555 by Jaime L.


  • Victor MFui comemorar meu aniversário de namoro e me decepcionei. O lugar é lindo, mas a comida é mto gourmet para meu paladar. Achei bem ruim as combinações de sabores, sem contar que é caro

    55555 by Victor M


  • Emily S.Just about everything is delicious. It's expensive but less so than you expect.

    55555 by Emily S.


  • Jessica Sunique flavors and small plates

    55555 by Jessica S


  • Sam M.Rye, Rose Water & Lemon - Why didn't I think of that? So simple, yet so delicious. Best summer cocktail <3

    55555 by Sam M.


  • Nelly NExcellent!!! The cinnamon ice cream was delicious. The Lychee salad fenomenal. The smoked brisket was good. Potato bread so yummy. It's a great place.

    55555 by Nelly N


  • Leandro L.Everything is spectacular. The free bread may be the best thing on the menu. Don't forget to ask about the off menu brisket Sammy.

    55555 by Leandro L.


  • Matthew KEverything

    55555 by Matthew K


  • natalie MTry to get an online tasting reservation. Well worth it to try everything & fun to do with the large party - plus no standing in line!!!

    55555 by natalie M


  • Rob DExxy but delicious. Caviar tasting menu is a worthwhile extravagance

    55555 by Rob D


  • Alyssa HEverything is incredible and their menu changes seasonally - but if you see the pork lychee salad on there, get it!! You will not be disappointed.

    55555 by Alyssa H


  • Pueblo Viejo Tequila CThe Easter colors reflect in a Margarita mixed with Pueblo Viejo. Get yours here at Rose's Luxury!

    33333 by Pueblo Viejo Tequila C


  • EaterOnce you’re inside the converted two-story townhouse, the warm staff speeds out drinks and an array of sumptuous breads.

    55555 by Eater


  • Heather P.Well worth the effort to get the reservation. We had the prix fixe menu and a couple of bottles of great wine. I'd gladly do this again.

    55555 by Heather P.


  • Ed DGreat brisket, amazing pork sausage and lychee salad

    55555 by Ed D


  • RichieRVAVadouvan curry has so many layers of flavor. It's like France, India, and Jamaica had a baby in my mouth.

    55555 by RichieRVA


  • Santiago STasting menu was amazing. Doesn't accept bitcoins yet.

    55555 by Santiago S


  • John S.The food is very uneven, but points for creative uses of raw foods in dishes. The (mild) curries, spicy salads and desserts are the best options here. It is not worth the inefficient queuing system.

    55555 by John S.


  • Jenna O.Arrive at 4:30pm to put your name down for dinner reservations when they open at 5pm. Excellent food, cocktails, and service. Don't miss the curry or the goat, always listen to specials.

    55555 by Jenna O.


  • Bridget JThe service is amazing! So friendly and chill, as is the clientele. Put yourself in their hands; get the seasonal/special stuff. So good.

    55555 by Bridget J


  • Pueblo Viejo Tequila CIf you are in Hank's Roses Luxury, try a Margarita with Pueblo Viejo Blanco.

    55555 by Pueblo Viejo Tequila C


  • Malcolm DEverything is delicious...especially the eggplant tart

    55555 by Malcolm D


  • Mani ZandifarThe portions are extremely small, I mean really small. But the food is great and tasty. It is hard to say if the food is really worth the price.

    55555 by Mani Zandifar


  • Kathleen CorlessGreat food, loved the goat, pork sausage, the curry and the brisket. Odd waiters. Say happy birthday to Patrick when you go, you'll get a special treat.

    55555 by Kathleen Corless


  • Lis R.If you can book the rooftop table do it. Reservations open up at 10am Monday's during the outdoor dining season

    55555 by Lis R.


  • Paula F.Despite the waiting line under the rain, we had our seats very quickly. Food is amazing, beautiful place, very good service and nice wine list. You have to eat here!

    55555 by Paula F.


  • Fei Everything was delicious!

    55555 by Fei


  • Dana GFun and creative food. Nice relaxed atmosphere - hits the sweet spot between casual and professional service. Try the eggplant tart for dessert. Like it or hate it, it's unique!

    55555 by Dana G


  • Ben R.Can't miss: lychee salad, bucatini, coconut milk ice cream.

    55555 by Ben R.


  • Bryan P.Amazing. Do the bar seating. No waiting in line.

    55555 by Bryan P.


  • Ahmed Ben HrizI came here really wanting to hate this place because of the long wait but GOD Damn they are good. Get the peach bourbon drink if u get a chance

    33333 by Ahmed Ben Hriz


  • Camila VWorth it for fresh baked potato roll, butter and Virginia wine. Lychee salad comes in a great veg version.

    55555 by Camila V


  • AllisonIncredible dining experience! The culinary flavor pairings, cool vibe, and attentive service are all top-notch. President Obama dined here on his 54th birthday.

    55555 by Allison


  • Tim F.Amazing. Worth the wait to get in. The whole experience is well-executed.

    55555 by Tim F.


  • Eric C.A must dining experience!

    55555 by Eric C.


  • Allison JAbsolutely the best dining experience of my life so far. Amazing service and aesthetic, mind-blowingly delicious AND creative dishes, and waiting staff so friendly your heart will melt.

    55555 by Allison J


  • Chloe R.The lychee salad and eggplant dessert blew me away. Grilled pork chop and Korean catfish, not so much. Adorable ambiance!! The waiting deal is annoying.

    55555 by Chloe R.


  • Rushang EPork sausage lychee salad

    55555 by Rushang E


  • Miguel d.Change your life. Have the server or the bartender order for you. If you get one thing make it the pork-lychee salad. Smile.

    33333 by Miguel d.


  • Ana Marie 💃Unique and great dining experience, show up at odd hours to skip lines.

    55555 by Ana Marie 💃


  • Melissa M.Okay, so the food was beyond delicious. However, the waitress said the small plates could feed 2 people comfortably, which is beyond incorrect. Just go hungry and prepared to spend some money.

    33333 by Melissa M.


  • Ricky S.You will love the small plates. Order a bunch and share with friends.

    55555 by Ricky S.


  • Melissa M.Okay, the food was absolutely delicious. That said, I was irate that after waiting 2.5 hours for a table, I was told the small plate could feed 2 people. Three pieces of gnocchi for 2? Liars.

    22222 by Melissa M.


  • Washington PostOrder the pork sausage, habanero & litchi salad, a cacophony of herbs & texture. With mint, thai basil, garlic chips & whipped coconut milk, what you'll taste is greater than the sum of its parts.

    55555 by Washington Post


  • Erin S.The can't miss dishes: lychee salad and brisket

    55555 by Erin S.


  • Fidan EFoie gras french toast is just one of many delicious plates on the menu.

    55555 by Fidan E


  • EaterNational Eater 38 member: Crumbled pork sausage blanketed with lychees, coconut cream, red onion spears, and herbs dazzled in the spring with its floral, tropical flavors.

    55555 by Eater


  • Leah Hammerschlagthey will try to oversell you. Everything's delicious, but not all mind blowing. Def get the quail and brisket, they live up to the hype. Delish 🍷.

    55555 by Leah Hammerschlag


  • Chucho S.Best meal you will have in DC. Worth the wait. Lives up to the hype. Get everything on the menu.

    55555 by Chucho S.


  • CNNThe custardy bowl of scrambled eggs makes a decadent leap with briny, rich layers of uni (sea urchin): pureed, sliced, and whisked into hollandaise. As with anything, it boils down to the execution.

    55555 by CNN


  • Kent H.Honestly!!!!!! Get one of everything. Ridiculous!!! So.good.

    33333 by Kent H.


  • ClarkOrder the whole menu

    33333 by Clark


  • Samjust get all the small plates, you won't regret it. personal favorite was the jerk. all chicken dishes were almost unrealistically tender.

    55555 by Sam


  • Matt B.Totally worth the wait. My favorite dish was the pork sausage, habanero and lychee salad. Service was great and our waiter even gave us a dish to try on the house.

    55555 by Matt B.


  • Steven A.Bring a few friends to wait in line with and try almost everything on the menu. Highlights include the lychee salad, corn with guajillo chile, pickle-brined fried chicken, and caramelized cauliflower.

    55555 by Steven A.


  • JJ CohoonJames Beard Foundation Best New Restaurant 2014 nominee.

    55555 by JJ Cohoon


  • Lulu P.A truly amazing dining experience. The Pork Sausage, Habanero, and Lychee Salad is one the best things you will ever eat. Michael their GM is a great guy. The whole place runs with military precision!

    55555 by Lulu P.


  • olivier P."small, sharable plates categorized into cold, warm & grill, pasta. Among the best seasonal items are thick, fat bucatini topped with a tangy sungold tomato sauce, and fresh, creamy peaches" FR

    55555 by olivier P.


  • Kat L.English pea cake was divine.

    55555 by Kat L.


  • Eric C.A must stop on any foodie's list. Sit at the kitchen bar. The chefs will talk you and may even serve you. If the ground sausage, lychee app is on the menu. Get it.

    55555 by Eric C.


  • Jake SchwartzYou cannot go to Roses and not enjoy the Lychee salad, it's a must. We had the brisket, pesto fusilli pasta plus a mini side of the Mexican corn and carrots. Dessert was the French toast, worth it

    55555 by Jake Schwartz


  • Jessica S.Bon Appetit Says: Pickle-brined fried chicken; bucatini with Sun Gold tomatoes; lemongrass shellfish stew

    55555 by Jessica S.


  • Alice W.Highly recommend the brisket, strawberry pasta, and Vietnamese pate to share. Also recommend the foie gras dessert. Everything is delicious here!

    55555 by Alice W.


  • Nicolette RomeroPossibly the best meal I've ever had.

    55555 by Nicolette Romero


  • David M.To make reservations on the upstairs garden, check the web site at exactly 11am on Mondays.

    55555 by David M.


  • Philippe C.2nd best restaurant in DC. Easily.

    55555 by Philippe C.


  • Amie V.And background music adds the perfect touch to a very sensual experience

    55555 by Amie V.


  • D BHonestly, not my business and good for them, but...when a restaurant must tell patrons they have to wait 3-4 hours at 6:15 PM for a table it's time to think about taking reservations.

    33333 by D B


  • Gabriela S.Sit at the kitchen counter; get the brisket. Great service, vibe & food!

    55555 by Gabriela S.


  • Marc DGreat restaurant with innovative food. A bit almost "too hopping" at time. Interetesting compinatons of ingridents. Excellent drinks. You'll seem "hip" and "dialed in" if you go.

    55555 by Marc D


  • Washington PostThe pork sausage, habanero and litchi salad delivers nirvana in a mix of mint, cilantro and Thai basil, a broth scented with biting habanero and a jumble of textures.

    55555 by Washington Post


  • Eleonora F.Bummer that the popcorn soup is no longer on the menu, but happy to see that uni is a special! :)

    55555 by Eleonora F.


  • Bill KrauseTry Anything on the menu & the bartenders are the best.

    55555 by Bill Krause


  • Washington PostHow long is the wait? Pick a rainy Tuesday at 6 p.m. and you might grab the last two-top before the wait list kicks in; an hour later, 90 minutes. On a weekend, they quote up to three hours.

    33333 by Washington Post


  • Holly F.Pork sausage and lychee is amazing

    55555 by Holly F.


  • Drew DunlapWent for some small plates, stayed for dinner and enough chai infused ron zacapa to kill a horse. Brads the man. Food is legit. Sit at bar.

    55555 by Drew Dunlap


  • Ashley G.Amazing! After tons of style over substance mediocre food spots in DC (has both), Rose's is so refreshing. Lychee salad, gnocchi, carbonara spaghetti, brisket - phenomenal. Great drinks and service.

    55555 by Ashley G.


  • Lisa K.Go early, as it fills up fast and no reservations. The food and drinks are delicious. Highly recommended.

    55555 by Lisa K.


  • Joseph H.Pork Sausage, Habanero & Lychee Salad.

    55555 by Joseph H.


  • Nueteki PUndeniably the best place to eat in washington. Order everything

    55555 by Nueteki P


  • Nick C.Get the brisket fat-washed cocktail.

    33333 by Nick C.


  • EaterRose's Luxury is chef Aaron Silverman's white-hot local debut, serving dishes like popcorn soup and fennel-stuffed gnocchi. It all takes place in a cozy space on Barracks Row.

    55555 by Eater


  • Patricia L.Elizabeth was a great waiter, well informed on the menu.

    55555 by Patricia L.


  • Patricia L.Lychee salad is awesome! Brined chicken excellent!

    55555 by Patricia L.


  • Richie S.Inventive menu. start with the pork sausage/lychee app (mix it up!). Popcorn soup is rich. Fried chicken - great mix of sweet and salty. Cacio e pepe 👍, pesto less so. French toast + foie gras = yum.

    55555 by Richie S.


  • Washington PostOne of the best appetizers fit for a last meal request: Crumbled pork sausage, litchis, coconut milk, tropical herbs, fiery habanero. When you get your bill: Chocolate-mint meringue cookies.

    55555 by Washington Post


  • Mykl W.Lychee appetizer is THE must get item. Get at least one pasta dish. Foie dessert.

    55555 by Mykl W.


  • Molly P.The lychee salad is a must try! Also, snag a seat at the chef's table if available.

    55555 by Molly P.


  • Brian LThe bars are the best spot to settle in to, great service and amazing food. Bobby and Brad were amazing. Definitely recommend it!

    55555 by Brian L


  • VenuPopcorn bisque with lobster, dark n stormy oysters, and strawberry pasta are all paradigm shifting in a good way.

    55555 by Venu


  • Serious EatsBarracks Row hotspot from Momofuku alum Aaron Silverman, with an eclectic menu spanning pho to popcorn soup. The bar upstairs, furnished with antique couches, is a nice perch to wait from.

    55555 by Serious Eats


  • DC VegetarianDon't miss the burnt romaine salad and the fennel gnocchi.

    55555 by DC Vegetarian


  • Jason T.Amazing food at Rose's Luxury -- highly recommend the Pork sausage/habanero/lychee salad and the Pickle brined fried chicken with honey & sesame

    55555 by Jason T.


  • Maxim L.Don't leave until you've had the popcorn soup.

    33333 by Maxim L.


  • NathanSome of the best food I've ever had from the most talented and nicest people I've met. Also please visit the restroom and enjoy its decor.

    55555 by Nathan


  • Johanna E.I'm generally a harsh critic and have to say, everything we got was wonderful. Pork and lychee salad, popcorn soup, strawberry pasta, and fried chicken, all wonderfully complex in flavor and texture.

    55555 by Johanna E.


  • Madison L.Lots of good things here -- I'd start off with the Popcorn Soup, get the ribs and, share the chicken family style.

    55555 by Madison L.


  • Kelly B.You really do need to get the lychee, coconut milk, and sausage dish. It's THE most inventive dish I've ever had.

    55555 by Kelly B.


  • morgan f.Food is unique and delish - small plates are pricy, but portioned nicely enough that you feel like you're actually getting something to eat. Staff couldn't be friendlier and decor is amazing!!

    55555 by morgan f.


  • Chelsie P.The fried pickle batter on the chicken is done right. It's a must try!

    55555 by Chelsie P.


  • Chelsie P.Amazing potato bread, with fried potato skins on the butter!

    55555 by Chelsie P.


  • Matt MDefinitely get the ribs & caramelized cauliflower!

    55555 by Matt M


  • Michael M.Lychee, coconut milk, and sausage.

    55555 by Michael M.


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