2017 Michelin Star Restaurant Reservations
A guide to the pricing and reservation information of Michelin Star restaurants
Washington, D.C. Michelin Starred restaurants signify the finest dining the world has to offer. 2017 is Washington, D.C.'s first year on the Michelin Star list. Securing reservations can often be difficult and time consuming. The restaurant guide below contains information on each Washington, D.C. Michelin Starred tasting menu price, wine pairing price, and restaurant reservation information. Updated yearly, one Michelin Star denotes a "A very good restaurant in its category", two Michelin Stars "Excellent cooking, worth a detour", and the prestigious three Michelin Stars "Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey".
The Washington, D.C. area was awarded twelve restaurants with Michelin Stars in 2017. A few of the Washington, D.C. lack a defined tasting menu. Rose’s Luxury is notable for it's lack of reservations (unless you're in a large group). Pineapple & Pearls mysteriously lacks a menu online. For having two Michelin Stars, it's strange that the Inn at Little Washington takes reservations up to 12 months in advance (though Open Table only lists reservations at unfavorable times).
This Michelin guide represents the most complete Michelin Star restaurant information in Washington, D.C. If you find something that's not quite right, please leave a comment below. More information about Michelin Star Restaurants can be found on Wikipedia. Don't forget to checkout the rest of the guides: San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas.