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7 tucked away tables and intimate private dining rooms

Whether you want to snuggle up with your sweetie or revel in a cozy dinner with friends, the usual dining setups just won’t do. You want something super special. These tucked away tables and intimate private dining rooms are guaranteed to help create memorable experiences.

The Chimney Stack Room at the Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown

Located beneath the hotel’s 130-foot tall smokestack, the brick lined domed dining room is a snug retreat. A skylight in the curved ceiling gives guests a thrilling view of the sky as they eat. The property’s executive chef creates a customized menu for up to 10 diners, though the spherical salle à manger is perfect for a twosome looking to enjoy a uniquely romantic evening. Score the room by emailing lauren.okonkwo@ritzcarlton.com.

The Wine Room at Via Umbria

With wall-to-wall bottle displays and a low-slung ceiling bisected by reclaimed wood beams, guests feel as if they’re inside a wine cave. Up to 10 diners can sit around the glass table to enjoy an customized experience, which can include vino education, wine pairings, and a meal. Book it by emailing claudie@viaumbria.com.

The Lincoln Chair at Lincoln

This is not so much a chair as it is an oversized white leather booth with a towering back that almost touches the ceiling. Complemented by two chairs, the set up comfortably seats five. The table is usually available on a first come, first served basis. However, for holidays it can be reserved for $100 per person – which includes a six-course dinner and a bottle of champagne – by calling 202-386-9200.

José’s Table at Minibar

Everybody is a VIP when they dine at José Andrés’ magical kingdom of molecular gastronomy. However, those guest who book the chef’s namesake table in a private dining area off to the side of the kitchen are treated to a next level experience featuring dishes-in-progress not on the regular menu and other special bites, as well as unique wine pairings. The table can be booked online for two to six guests at $565 per person.

Sfgolina Room at Sfoglina

The restaurant’s sfoglina (pasta makers) forge fresh noodles daily in the window fronted corner space. Dinner takes place around a hand crafted cherry wood table, which hides a rolling pin and cutting board, inspired by the one in chef Fabio Trabocchi’s home. Guests can request the room when they call 202-450-1312 to make a reservation for a group of up to eight.

General’s Parlor at Farmers & Distillers

Starting behind the bar, diners follow a “yellow brick road” downstairs and through the kitchen to this hideaway with seating for 16. The menu is either served family style or coursed out individually (don’t forget to order a selection of the house-made doughnuts). Guests can reserve the room by emailing GeneralsParlor@FarmersRestaurantGroup.com and must meet a minimum (breakfast: $500, lunch: $800, dinner: $1,600).

The Nook at Ten Tigers Parlour

Next to the first floor bar, the sumptuous space accommodates up to 12 guests. Choose from the catering menu or order a la carte. Either way, make sure to score the soup dumplings and an array of tea pastries, including Nutella adzuki bean flower cookies. Book the space by emailing events@tentigersdc.com.

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