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X 5 (Lima)


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X 5 (Lima)

  1. 1. Floors of Flavor and Flair Dinner - Drinks - Dancing LIMA is a hybrid nightlife venue with a menu to match - a concept restaurant that blends international flavor with Latin flair. The ambiance is ambitious, seemingly flawless, by attracting international celebrities, Washington’s elite, Diplomats, Captains of Industry, DC professionals, as well as ever popular foodies and fashionistas alike. Comprised of three floors, each level depicts its own unique story - fine dining (upstairs), casual cuisine in the (main level) patio, and the upscale lounge for private events and dancing (downstairs). After-dinner, guests at Lima enjoy dancing downstairs (photo © 2009 Luke Christopher) The Lima Restaurant, on the top-tier (photo by Bryan Davis) N ewly remodeled and expanded, LIMA (or “Lime” in Spanish) is a three tier destination restaurant, upscale lounge, and concept bar with a patio open year round and an on premise boutique. Lima’s Latin-infused menu boasts a colorful array of tantalizing seafood and meats, including its signature dish, Chilean Sea Bass. Lima’s success has been built on its unwavering reputation for quality and consistency, maintaining high standards of product and service for over three years. Providing an enriching dining and lounge experience to engage guests from early evening until the early A.M., LIMA is always evolving to accommodate the desires of its regular patrons, while attracting new clients with its warm and welcoming atmosphere. Keeping its offering fresh and inviting, LIMA is poised to continue its reign on K Street for many years to come. Tel +1.202.789.2800 The bar and dance floor downstairs at Lima (photo by Bryan Davis) The Spanish ‘Paella’ shellfish assortment, from the Lima Menu (photo by Bryan Davis) The Lima Bar on the main floor (photo by Bryan Davis) 321 Best of DC Best of DC 322