Hop on Over to These Washington DC Restaurants for an Easter Feast

BY Blog Editor

After a long winter, Easter is finally right around the corner on April 4, making for the perfect holiday to enjoy the newfound warmer weather and also savor a scrumptious brunch or delicious dinner.

Want to give yourself a break after a long season of cooking three meals a day in your Wray kitchen? Head to these top-notch restaurants for a memorable Easter meal made by the experts.

Centrolina, located at 974 Palmer Alley NW, Washington, DC which is 11 minutes from your Wray apartment, serves seasonal Italian fare such as handmade pastas in sleek, bright digs with an on-site market.

Guided by seasonally inspired dishes, Chef Brandwein aims to maintain a sense of interconnectedness between her kitchen and Centrolina’s retail wing. And, their wine list features regional and international purveyors, with a focus on Italian wines from up-and-coming regions.

Del Mar, located at 791 Wharf St SW, Washington, DC which is 13 minutes from your Wray apartment, is a beautiful Spanish villa-like setting with waterfront views, Basque tapas, grilled items and wine.

Del Mar features authentic seafood fare and flavors from the coasts of Spain. The robust menu includes tapas, raw bar, charcoal grilled fish, seafood stews, and a variety of rice dishes. The space, not to be outdone by the menu, is a feast for the eyes. A visit here will feel like a mini getaway with walls of windows to drink in the views, vibrant coastal hues, and layers of textures and patterns carefully selected to transport you.


974 Palmer Alley NW, Washington, DC 20001

(202) 898-2426

Del Mar

791 Wharf St SW, Washington, DC 20024

(202) 525-1402

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