Orange Anchor Grand Opening Fri. Feb. 13th (50% Off Food and Drink on the 11th and 12th!) Have a Look Inside

3050 K Street, NW at the Waterfront

From a press release:

“Menu Description: Orange Anchor will specialize in seasonal American small plates along with featured prime cuts of local game, farm-raised poultry, and beef as well as lobster tail and tuna steaks to accompany their hearty, family-style sides. Most ingredients will be sourced from local farmers within a three-hour drive from DC.

Beverage Program: The bar program at Orange Anchor will offer a culinary approach to classic mixology incorporating fresh, local, seasonal ingredients to make their homemade syrups and mixers. An extensive rum collection will also be available with over 40 different varieties including multiple orange infused rums. The restaurant will also offer seasonal craft cocktails as well as “Captain’s Favorite Drafts.”

Menu Prices: Lunch & Dinner: $8 to $38
Brunch: $4 to $21

Capacity: 124 dining seats including 24 communal seats, and 15 seats at the bar.

An expansive outdoor patio is available during the spring and summer months (weather permitting), and can accommodate 48 guests.

Designer: Maggie O’Neill of SwatchRoom

Hours of Operation: Sunday, from 10 AM to 1 AM
Monday through Thursday, from 11 AM to 1 AM Friday, from 11 AM to 2 AM
Saturday, from 10 AM to 2 AM

Brunch: Saturday and Sunday, from 10 AM to 3 PM
*begins February 21st

“Oyster Hour” is available Monday through Friday, from 5 PM to 6 PM. Guests can enjoy $1 oysters throughout the entire restaurant.

Happy Hour is available Monday through Friday, from 4 PM to 7 PM. Guests can enjoy $1 off any beer available on draft or by the can, signature cocktails, or wine by the glass.

Boat Delivery: Salads, sandwiches and bags of ice will be available for delivery to those who dock their boat within Washington Harbour. Food orders must be prepaid using a credit card. Those seeking ice delivery are able to pay in cash. Additionally, captains boating solo are able to call the boat delivery line and a deckhand will assist in docking their boat.”



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5 Comment

  • I love what they’ve done with that space, but that building has to be one of the most hideous in the entire region. It makes L’Enfant Plaza look classy in comparison.

  • This place looks cute and fun. Where is the outdoor patio? Is it going to be on the water or is it somewhere else?

  • The interior design seems a bit off. Look how small the tables are compared to the size of the chairs and booths. Seems like a bit of a size crunch. The design studio has done a lot of restaurant work so there must be something up here … maybe the designer had to fit more seats into the space than would ordinarily be comfortable.

  • Small plates and hearty family style sides…um um..

    • This actually sounds like a good idea to me for large parties. You could order sides for the table and then individuals could just order 1-2 small plates as personal entrees. Trying to share small plates in large party never seems to work well— the tables is crowded and someone is always getting mad that they miss out on the “good” dish or the small plate food is too small to split.

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