On a silver platter
Whether you’re looking to feed six or 116 guests, we’ve got a beautiful place for you to dine — and some incredible meals to choose from, thanks to famed chef Michael Schlow of The Riggsby. The restaurant is a classic supper club kind of place with an old-school continental feel — the upscale American cuisine peppered with European influences is always a crowd-pleaser. Whether you eat in the restaurant or in one of Kimpton Carlyle Hotel Dupont Circle’s event rooms, you’re sure to satisfy the palates of all your guests.
To learn more and plan your next event at The Riggsby, please contact Jennifer McDivitt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Right off the main dining room of The Riggsby, Fitzgerald is lined with dark wood and lots of artwork and has the feel of a secret speakeasy. Keep the door closed for privacy, or leave it open to soak in the energy of the nearby open kitchen.
On the main floor of the Kimpton Carlyle, Ellington lets in plenty of natural light and is just right for a business lunch (the room includes an 80-inch TV and wall speakers for presentations) or a cocktail reception.
The biggest space of them all — and boasting exposed brick walls — Taylor has a serving area for bars and buffets, making it ideal for meet-and-eats. There are also three built-in projection screens and speakers wired throughout the room.
An executive boardroom with glass along one wall, Horn is perfect for lunch when you’re hunkered down in a meeting of the minds.