January 20th, 2016331 views
Chef Victor Albiso’s Del Campo, an upscale restaurant in Chinatown, explores the cuisines of Peru, Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay. Albiso’s South American spin on the traditional steakhouse has quickly gained a reputation as one of DC’s best restaurants, but Albiso isn’t the real superstar of Del Campo. Instead, another fixture of the kitchen takes center stage, and you'll smell it before you even step inside the front door: a wood-fired grill that infuses everything with rich, smoky flavors! That goes for the complimentary bread, served with smoked olive oil and sea salt; the burnt lemon served with the limonada sucia cocktail; and the entrees, like grilled short ribs with charred bell peppers.
Located not too far from Yale West, Del Campo is open seven days a week for lunch, dinner, and late-nights at the bar.
777 I St NW
Washington, DC 20001