Peacock Cafe

Georgetown

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Hearty dishes such as curry mint lamb burger and pasture-raised rib eye served at this Georgetown eatery with walls bedecked in modern art

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Promotional value expires Mar 13, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Reservations recommended. 18% gratuity will be added to value of entire meal. Valid for dinner only. Not valid for happy hour or wine or food promotions. Not valid on New Year's Eve or holidays. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

$30 for $50 Worth of Modern American Cuisine at Dinner

The dinner menu includes dishes such as crab-and-pesto risotto ($22.95), a curry mint lamb burger ($14.95), and a lobster salad with endive and citrus-tarragon dressing ($21.95).

Peacock Cafe

Tucked near the shady promenades of Georgetown's Prospect St., the Peacock Cafe is a restful gem just steps from M St.'s bustling shops. There, Chef Maziar Farivar—a three-time invitee to the prestigious James Beard House in New York City—blends elegant, contemporary food from America and abroad with a laid-back atmosphere that attracts the full spectrum of Georgetown crowds, from brunching families to big-name politicians. (Bill and Hillary Clinton have even been spotted there by the Washington Post's Reliable Source.)

In a dining room decorated with large, colorful modern art, these varied visitors peruse a menu of American fare, much of which incorporates sustainable ingredients such as organic chicken and hormone-free beef. Pasture-raised and grass-fed rib-eye steak arrives in a cloud of Peacock's signature fries, which BlackBook describes as "dangerously delicious." And pistachio-crusted cod benefits from a tangy and sweet sauce of dried fruits and almonds. Diners can quench thirsts with a fresh-squeezed elixir from the juice bar, or select a pairing from an extensive wine list that, like the coatroom at a genie convention, contains dozens and dozens of bottles.

When he's not wowing crowds with his delicate preparations, Chef Farivar busies himself by burnishing America's image abroad as a part of the State Department's new Diplomatic Culinary Partnership. As an affiliate of the American Chef Corps, Farivar joins culinary luminaries including Rick Bayless, Jose Andrés, and Ming Tsai on a mission to share the flavors that define America with mouths around the world.

Peacock Cafe

Tucked near the shady promenades of Georgetown's Prospect St., the Peacock Cafe is a restful gem just steps from M St.'s bustling shops. There, Chef Maziar Farivar—a three-time invitee to the prestigious James Beard House in New York City—blends elegant, contemporary food from America and abroad with a laid-back atmosphere that attracts the full spectrum of Georgetown crowds, from brunching families to big-name politicians. (Bill and Hillary Clinton have even been spotted there by the Washington Post's Reliable Source.)

In a dining room decorated with large, colorful modern art, these varied visitors peruse a menu of American fare, much of which incorporates sustainable ingredients such as organic chicken and hormone-free beef. Pasture-raised and grass-fed rib-eye steak arrives in a cloud of Peacock's signature fries, which BlackBook describes as "dangerously delicious." And pistachio-crusted cod benefits from a tangy and sweet sauce of dried fruits and almonds. Diners can quench thirsts with a fresh-squeezed elixir from the juice bar, or select a pairing from an extensive wine list that, like the coatroom at a genie convention, contains dozens and dozens of bottles.

When he's not wowing crowds with his delicate preparations, Chef Farivar busies himself by burnishing America's image abroad as a part of the State Department's new Diplomatic Culinary Partnership. As an affiliate of the American Chef Corps, Farivar joins culinary luminaries including Rick Bayless, Jose Andrés, and Ming Tsai on a mission to share the flavors that define America with mouths around the world.

Customer Reviews

Keep up the good work! We really enjoyed dining at Peacock.
Carlo A. · March 14, 2013
Also a great place for lunch meetings and weekend brunch.
Lela A. · March 12, 2013
enjoyed the evening there
Barbara O. · March 11, 2013
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    Georgetown

    3251 Prospect St. NW

    Washington, DC 20007

    +12023426258

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