The District Winery's barrel room.
A dry rosé from District Winery.
Dinner with a view of the Anacostia. © Love Life Images
Golden Beet Muhammara from District Winery.
Maydan chefs Gerald Addison (left) and Chris Morgan. © Greg Powers
Maydan's interior features a Georgian-style oven. © Kate Warren

Dining Out in DC

VINTAGE DEBUT
District Winery in The Yards will uncork the first-ever wine commercially produced from start to finish in DC—a dry rosé made from Californian Old Vine Grenache grapes. The 17,000-square-foot venue, designed by HapstakDemetriou+ houses Ana Restaurant overlooking the Anacostia, serving Golden Beet Muhammara; and barrel rooms. It also includes a state-of-the-art production facility and private-event spaces. 385 Water Street, SE; 202-484-9210; districtwinery.com

FOOD WITHOUT BORDERS
Rose Previte of DC’s Compass Rose has cultivated a new hit with Maydan. After a food tour of Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey and Georgia, she and chefs Gerald Addison and Chris Morgan have crafted a menu blending these countries’ cuisines. Interiors by architect Michelle Bove and designer Martina Crivella center on an open hearth equipped with a towering copper hood
and a Georgian-style oven. 1346 Florida Avenue, NW; 202-370-3696. maydandc.com