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Peek inside “the iconic, newly redesigned Bombay Club, which reopens today!”


inside 815 Connecticut Ave, NW courtesy Bombay Club

From an email:

“The beautifully redesigned Bombay Club reopens today for lunch and dinner service.

The restaurant will reopen on Monday, August 2 with new dishes while keeping the signature classics at this landmark restaurant, situated steps from the White House at 815 Connecticut Ave, NW. The Bombay Club opened in 1988, as Washington’s first sophisticated Indian restaurant. It has consistently received high praises from dining critics, noting the exceptional experience the restaurant afforded diners. U.S. presidents and celebrities alike have returned repeatedly for the classic Indian fare, enjoyed in a plush setting that was designed for gracious entertaining.”

The dining room:

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