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5335 Wisconsin Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20015

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(202) 803-8020

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Cuisine: American Restaurants

4.6 of 5.0 from 85 reviews

price range:$11 to $25


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Range Reviews

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  • Richard R.Fantastic menu, all ingredients in-house made, open kitchens. Excellent service and food!

    55555 by Richard R.

  • Jared C.Great food, but the candied desserts are overrated.

    55555 by Jared C.

  • David Y.Quite possibly the finest shrimp cocktail in the world.

    55555 by David Y.

  • Misha McGinleyFood was delicious! I was caught off guard that the location was in a mall

    55555 by Misha McGinley

  • CliftonCornbread with Bacon Marmalade

    55555 by Clifton

  • Ola O.Ribeye for two is the best.

    55555 by Ola O.

  • Israel KleinThis place is awesome. The drinks are amazing. Pizzas are good, charcuterie is great, and there are a LOT of meat options- even in the drinks.

    55555 by Israel Klein

  • Dusk D.Their cocktails are fantastic. Start your meal with an awesome combination of sausage, cheese, and cornbread.

    55555 by Dusk D.

  • Sarah M.The beet salad is to die for.

    55555 by Sarah M.

  • VenuExcellent cocktails and bacon marmalade jam.

    55555 by Venu

  • Ray W.Very good food and cocktail selection

    55555 by Ray W.

  • Behrad B.Phenomenal Lobster Macaroni & Cheese here, you won't be disappointed!

    55555 by Behrad B.

  • Emily H.Kale Caesar is to die for. Make sure you're hungry for everything else!

    55555 by Emily H.

  • Oyinkansola A.Loved my lunch here. Ambiance, food and service were great. My table had the cheddar biscuits, angus burger and pork sandwich. Everyone loved their food.

    55555 by Oyinkansola A.

  • Serious EatsSprawling eatery by Bryan Voltaggio featuring a raw bar, wood stove, and a standalone desserts shop. Hit up the late night happy hour!

    55555 by Serious Eats

  • Washington PostCould we do a roundup of must-eat dishes without a kale salad? Try Range's, which comes with pecorino and olive oil slow-cooked with egg yolk.

    55555 by Washington Post

  • Stephen P.Whether you are impressed by great food, chic decor or high end washrooms this place is luxe!

    55555 by Stephen P.

  • Crystal D.Oysters, Brussel sprouts, beets and pizza and you're good to go!

    55555 by Crystal D.

  • Frank N.Bryan Voltaggio Season 6

    55555 by Frank N.

  • Maureen H.If you come for brunch look for the brunch options on the bottom right of the menu.

    55555 by Maureen H.

  • Kathryn N.The goat cheese ravioli is amazing!!!

    55555 by Kathryn N.

  • Ed M.The salted caramel ice cream sandwich is absolutely amazing.

    55555 by Ed M.

  • Jon H.You definitely need to try the corn bread with bacon marmalade and the goat cheese ravioli with ragu.

    55555 by Jon H.

  • dana h.Great place and delicious food

    55555 by dana h.

  • Washington PostThe kitchen is the restaurant's best asset.

    55555 by Washington Post

  • Linda S.Simply amazing....do yourself a favor get the cornbread with bacon marmalade!

    33333 by Linda S.

  • Claire V.Best cocktail names

    55555 by Claire V.

  • eve d.Food was incredible. Service was terrible. It's like they didn't want our business.

    22222 by eve d.

  • Anch W.Addicted to the Brussels sprouts and kimchi linguini!

    55555 by Anch W.

  • Neil G.Great décor, food, wine, service. Try the Ice Cream Sandwiches and every one of the cheeses if you know what's good for you.

    55555 by Neil G.

  • Amy M.We found the service to be exceptionally slow and the food to be not that great. I'd rather spend my time driving to VOLT than waiting for mediocre (and barely warm) food at Range.

    22222 by Amy M.

  • Andrea R.Loved the oysters & Fromage plate to start as Apps.. A glass Of the Rosé is a must. Definitely try the roasted flash fried brussel sprouts as your side dish.

    55555 by Andrea R.

  • Eduardo A.Great food and service. Brussels sprouts are a most as well as the hangar stake. Kale Caesar was refreshing and scallops were very tasty. Eric was extremely helpful.

    55555 by Eduardo A.

  • Inno E.Get the peach tart for dessert, will leave you happy the whole night :)

    55555 by Inno E.

  • Mohit G.Sadly not all we thought It would be last night. Service is too rushed, and two dishes were very subpar- . Swordfish came out raw and lamb was a cheap tough cut that was not helped by the cooking.

    22222 by Mohit G.

  • BreeWorst dining experience in a decade. Made my bad date seem tolerable. Date was worth a second chance. The restaurant NOT

    22222 by Bree

  • JenNot bad. My least favorite of the Voltaggio places I've been to (including his bro's in LA). Very big and noisy. Food was good, but not outstanding. I'll probably just head to Frederick next time.

    55555 by Jen

  • Virginia R.Good food terrible service.

    22222 by Virginia R.

  • Behrad B.The bacon, charred onion & fresh cheese pizza is fantastic here!

    55555 by Behrad B.

  • Akash J.Bread basket (and accompanying spreads) is otherworldly. Lobster mac&cheese does not deliver for the price.

    33333 by Akash J.

  • Amy R.Get a table in the front. Best dishes from the meal: cheddar jalapeño biscuits, goat cheese ravioli, rabbit roulade. Save room for dessert of ice cream sandwiches. Cocktail menu is also delightful

    55555 by Amy R.

  • Pooja A.AMAZING brussel sprouts!!

    55555 by Pooja A.

  • CarrieProbably one of the greatest meals ever. Make sure you share a multitude of plates. The more the merrier.

    55555 by Carrie

  • Valerie M.Fabulous ... Food!!!

    55555 by Valerie M.

  • Shelagh S.Chicken liver can NEVER be too rich

    33333 by Shelagh S.

  • Mark H.Amazing place. Take your time and share plates. Cocktails are special too.

    55555 by Mark H.

  • Kevin K.Delicious! Everything we had was good and we relied on suggestions from our server. The drink list is amazing!

    55555 by Kevin K.

  • Ross IThe chicken liver is too rich.

    55555 by Ross I

  • The Baltimore SunNew to Range? Food critic Richard Gorelick suggests to let your server help out - and don't load up on charcuterie. Video: http://bsun.md/11Fg6kD

    55555 by The Baltimore Sun

  • Norman E.DO save room for dessert. Chat up the mistresses of the chocolate counter in the back while salivating over the selections then opt for the Bacon Brownie w/pork fat ganache. Sublime!

    55555 by Norman E.

  • Martha A.Pretty awesome cocktails.

    55555 by Martha A.

  • Isaac S.Cornbread. Ain't nothing wrong with that.

    33333 by Isaac S.

  • Kate S.Mother in law is strong but good!

    55555 by Kate S.

  • Kate S.The "mother in law" is strong but good!

    33333 by Kate S.

  • Cindy vGet the brussel sprouts. And save room for a chocolate box for dessert.

    55555 by Cindy v

  • The Baltimore SunFrom our review: "If the kimchi linguine is around, pounce on it. Order it twice." For your main meat, try the hanging beef tender or a cunning lamb trio. Read more: http://bsun.md/14bAlFe

    55555 by The Baltimore Sun

  • Princess IAbs delicious! Ravioli goat cheese is a must must!

    55555 by Princess I

  • Chris A.Brussel sprouts are money! Ravioli and lobster Mac are mint! Range doesn't disappoint! Pass on the cauliflower.

    55555 by Chris A.

  • Ann MariaRoasted beets and goat cheese salad.

    55555 by Ann Maria

  • John H.Wonderful variety of plates to choose from. Especially liked the roast beets, brussel sprouts and lamb.

    55555 by John H.

  • Ann MariaPork sausage, smoked mozarella, rapini pizza

    55555 by Ann Maria

  • Rex L.Cornbread, Grits, and Grouper. Duck Rabbitt Milk Stout to wash. #Hercules

    55555 by Rex L.

  • RobinRange ham, pork cheek, Brussels sprouts, salted Carmel ice cream. And done!

    55555 by Robin

  • David D.The smoked grits are creamy goodness, can't figure out how they got the goat cheese in the ravioli balls, but I'm glad they did; the pizza crust was crisp but chewy. Perfect and a fair price as well!

    55555 by David D.

  • Washington BladeOur dining writer says: "Wide 'Range' of Options- Attention to detail is evident at Bryan Voltaggio's new DC eatery 'Range'"

    55555 by Washington Blade

  • Washington PostThe hype is justified / "I’ve never met a pasta I didn’t dig here." / The prime seats are those to the left of the bar.

    33333 by Washington Post

  • Amanda F.Brussies and pork cheeks are delish as well as the chocolate peanut dessert. AND Chef de Cuisine, Matt Hill, is THE best.

    55555 by Amanda F.

  • Washington BladeOur dining writer says 'now opened for lunch starting at 11:30 a.m. seven days a week... three-course tasting menu featuring the most popular options.' Lunch reservations easier

    55555 by Washington Blade

  • Henry C.Kale salad is nice.

    55555 by Henry C.

  • Natalie G.Amazing meat and cheeses!

    55555 by Natalie G.

  • Tom K.Try the ..... Everything.

    55555 by Tom K.

  • Duy N.Cauliflower

    55555 by Duy N.

  • Centurion Group DC P.Management is useless. Loud annoying couple all night long making it difficult for people to have a conversation. Management let them annoy everyone and did nothing. Couple next to them left.

    22222 by Centurion Group DC P.

  • lucy e.Chicken liver pudding is a generous portion and delicious!

    55555 by lucy e.

  • Katherine K.My recs: bread basket, pork cheek, goat cheese ravioli, Brussels sprouts. Everything else was good but not VOLT spectacular. Pass on the rabbit and pizza.

    55555 by Katherine K.

  • David OchsmanThe old bay mac n cheese with lobster is a must. And don't skip the chocolate covered cashew brittle either!

    55555 by David Ochsman

  • Joanna L.Try goat cheese ravioli, skillet corn bread or kampachi with forbidden rice. If u still have room for dessert, try chocolate ganache or meyer lemon tart. U won't be disappointed!!!

    55555 by Joanna L.

  • Rebecca M.You can't go wrong. Get the lobster mac. Lobster was the most perfectly cooked I've ever had and I had 13 summers at the Cape growing up. Also if you're in the mood, get the rotisserie chicken. Yum!

    55555 by Rebecca M.

  • Audrey A.The bacon marmalade will change your life!!

    33333 by Audrey A.

  • Audrey A.Hands down favorite dish of the night (out of 14) was the venison saddleback! AMAZINGLY tender with an awesome orange complement! Also try the beef heart with chimichurri. You can't miss with either!

    55555 by Audrey A.

  • Isel A.absolutely amazing. do yourself a favor and try the goat cheese ravioli.

    55555 by Isel A.

  • Irina JTheir Lobster mac and cheese was delicious! Menu is kinda weird, the portions are small but you're supposed to order 2-3 to sample.

    55555 by Irina J

  • Behrad B.The skillet corn bread with bacon marmalade is a must!

    55555 by Behrad B.

  • Nisha C.Everything is delicious. Try the kimchi linguine, cheddar and chive biscuits, and pork cheeks.

    55555 by Nisha C.

  • Brandon C.Best restaurant in Dc!

    55555 by Brandon C.

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