Capital Dining with Chef Jeffrey Buben

1990 M Street NW
Washington DC 20036

Located on Washington’s central business district, The Golden Triangle, just south of Dupont Circle and about six blocks from Georgetown.

202.659.1990
info@vidaliadc.com

Restaurant Hours

Lunch:
Monday – Friday 11:30 am - 2:30 pm

Dinner:
Monday – Thurs. 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Friday – Sat 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Sunday:  5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Latest News:

- 7 days of dining. 3 courses prix fixe. $20.14 for lunch. $35.14 for dinner. Who’s hungry? Summer Restaurant Week returns August 11-17!  See the online menus.  Book your reservations now! http://ow.ly/zAjPW

- Need parking nearby?  See the Info Page to make advance reservations for different garages in the area.

 - Watch on FB and Twitter for updates to our popular $19.90 three course lunch menu.  The menu is offered Monday - Friday from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm.

- Come join us for our amazing HappyHour.  Read about it here!

- Happy Hour price specials are in effect from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Monday through Friday for special selections of premium liquors, specialty cocktails, wines and beers.  The menu will be created daily featuring southern small plates crafted from traditional recipes and seasonal ingredients.  Try our specialty cocktails created with Southern Classic Sodas such as Cheerwine, Frostie Root Beer, RC Cola, Ale-8-One and Bleinheim Hot and Spicy Ginger Ale

-Need the perfect gift?  How about a gift card to Vidalia?  It is also valid to use at Bistro Bis too!


For over twenty years, Vidalia has garnered both local and national recognition with its modern American cooking delivered with impeccable southern hospitality. From its magnolia walls gracing the entrance to the contemporary wine bar and lounge, the restaurant exudes graciousness and exceptional flavors. James Beard Award Winning Chef, Jeffrey Buben describes Vidalia’s cuisine as regional American infused with a heaping serving of Southern influence. Diners’ favorites include the delicate Crab Cakes, the famous Shrimp and Grits, popular renditions of Veal Sweetbreads and the much anticipated seasonal Baked Vidalia Onion. Each presentation is a complexity of textures and tastes. Frequent menu changes indulge in the myriad of local seasonal market ingredients and regional products. Emphasis is put on pairing hand-crafted wines, beers and spirits to the spectacular cuisine. Enjoy the quintessential American dining experience with a southern accent.