The beautiful and airy room under the historic skylight at The Greenhouse atrium of The Jefferson Hotel creates an evocative atmosphere reminiscent of a grand room fit for a princess (or prince) – complete with silver serving pieces, intricate mouldings, French dining chairs and an exquisite marble tile floor. The natural light flowing through the room is quite literally the highlight of a recent 3-year long renovation (the skylight had been covered for decades and was re-discovered during construction). It is a stunning centerpiece of the room – and fits with Chef Damon Gordon’s French-inspired menu. We love the feeling of serenity at The Greenhouse, reminiscent of a secret and special hideaway – it’s the perfect place for a quiet brunch, afternoon tea or dessert. Chef Gordon’s brunch menu is thoughtful, varied and entices us to want to try dinner at Plume – the hotel’s more formal dining room.
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The Greenhouse at The Jefferson Hotel
For Brunch: Malted pancakes with lemon compote & house-made ricotta. Lobster eggs benedict and jasmine green tea.
Afternoon Tea: The Kusmi Lemongrass Green Tea served with an assortment of tea sandwiches, scones, pastries and cakes.
|Neighborhood||Downtown / K Street NW|
|Address||1200 16th St NW|