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Lobster in Cincinnati

cresyd is mostly right, a lot of the seafood restaurants in the area are chains but if you are open to a more expensive dinner then I might offer the Chart House in Newport which has always had great seafood or Jeff Ruby's Waterfront/South Beach Grill if you like surf and turf. I have also heard good things about the Mount Adams Fish House.

Good Lunch in Downtown DC

I am looking for a good restaurant for a Friday lunch in the downtown D.C. area. I am open to any ethnicity, just some good food. I am not too concerned with the price, although I don't want it to be overly expensive and I denifinitely want a sit down place that won't be overly ruched. Busy restaurants are fine as well, but I would prefer if I could make a reservation then. I don't mind walking a bit but I would like something that is relatively close to the Farragut area and this could include up to like Dupont Circle or over down moving into the McPhereson square area on that east side of the White House. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Lunch in Downtown DC

I am looking for a good restaurant for a Friday lunch in the downtown D.C. area. I am open to any ethnicity, just some good food. I am not too concerned with the price, although I don't want it to be overly expensive and I denifinitely want a sit down place that won't be overly ruched. Busy restaurants are fine as well, but I would prefer if I could make a reservation then. I don't mind walking a bit but I would like something that is relatively close to the Farragut area and this could include up to like Dupont Circle or over down moving into the McPhereson square area on that east side of the White House. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!