New Bar and Casual fine dining restaurant, Orange Anchor, Coming to Georgetown Waterfront in Late Summer

3050 K Street, NW

On the heels of news of Bangkok Joe’s closing comes some potentially great news for the Georgetown Waterfront. Thanks to a reader for sending word:

“Orange Anchor by Reese Gardner opening in former Cabana’s space at Washington Harbour.”

Orange Anchor’s website says:

“Orange Anchor is a nautical inspired, casual fine dining restaurant featuring a scratch kitchen and craft bar. Our menu consists of seasonal small bites, Maryland crabs, a la cart proteins and shared sides, all sourced locally.

The bar program will be highlighted by fresh squeezed orange cocktails and a large selection of rare rums. Customers will enter into a rustic nautical environment where everything tells a story and everyone is treated like a captain.”

3 Comment

  • Casual fine dining, eh? I’m assuming that means tiny portions that come to the table whenever the kitchen gets around to making them at outrageous prices after you’ve waited for a table for three hours because they don’t take reservations. Pass.

    • I like your style. You forgot to add that the expensive, randomly served food will suck because it’s Washington Harbor.

  • Didn’t we just hear about a “casual fine dining” place with “scratch kitchen and craft bar” the other day? Are these the new trends?

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