Nora Restaurant, Washington, DC

America’s First Certified Organic Restaurant Turns 35!

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his year, we are thrilled to be celebrating our 35th anniversary where we will be featuring a 3-course menu every Wednesday for the month of March for $35.

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Three Course Retro Menu

Hot Vichyssoise with Chives
Chicken Liver Pâté with Green Peppercorns
Mixed Green Salad with Mustard Vinaigrette

Broiled Rainbow Trout with Lemon, Capers, Potatoes, Greens
Turkish Chicken with Apricots, Almonds, Honey, Rice, Greens.
Housemade Fettucine Provençale with Tomato Sauce, Black Olives, Parmesan

Chocolate Almond Cake with Whipped Cream
Apple Crisp with Vanilla Ice Cream
Assorted Sorbets with Cookie

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Nora Restaurant, Washington, DC

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little bit about Restaurant Nora – In 1979, Restaurant Nora opened its doors in a 19th century red brick corner building in the Dupont Circle neighborhood. This site originally housed a grocery store and an upstairs apartment for the owners, and the current main dining room served as a stable for the horses that delivered the groceries. The restaurant represents the vision of Nora Pouillon, who, with the help of her two partners, Steven and Thomas Damato, has always been a proponent of a sustainable lifestyle and believes that the most important element is organic, seasonal, local food prepared in a flavorful, balanced, healthy way. In 1999, Restaurant Nora became the nation’s first certified organic restaurant, which means that at least 95% of all ingredients must be produced by certified organic farmers, growers, and suppliers. The menu changes daily, offering a la carte items and a four-course chef’s tasting menu. The wine list presents over 100 exceptional wines from small producers, many of them using organically grown grapes and sustainable practices.

Nora Restaurant, Washington, DC

Restaurant Nora
2132 Florida Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008

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- Dmitry Lumpov

Former Editor-in-Chief. Having roots from Central Asia deeply influenced his view on taste of homemade and natural food - he believes great food comes from fresh seasonal ingredients, and meals can be simple and yet extremely tasty. Nowadays, he snacks seven times a day as finishing his baby's food, and closes the day with a full dinner with a glass of Pinot Noir. He thinks food is crucial part in the well being of human life, and also dinner is a good time to form relationship. Dmitry enjoys cooking at home, but also has a passion to explore new restaurants with unique ambiance and menus.

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