Domaso, named for a fishing village on Italy’s culinary-famed Lake Como, is imagined after a 21st century Italian castle. Architecturally grand yet sensually intricate, this chic metropolitan trattoria offers spectacular views of Georgetown and D.C. A large dining room adjacent to an exhibition kitchen opens onto a panoramic dining terrace, while a lounge featuring a sleek marble-top bar and leather floor creates a popular communal dining option. Palomar Hotel extends this signature restaurant even further to a gourmet wine and cheese shop, Domasoteca, which features an extensive selection of Italian and local Virginia wines, and expert-led wine and cheese tastings.
3,000 sq ft | 165 seats
- Interior Design