Rehearsal Dinner: Sequoia

27 06 2011

Looking for a venue with a view? What’s better than the view of the Potomac River at  Sequoia in Georgetown for your rehearsal dinner. — Vicky

Sequoia DC Main Dining Room

Photo: Sequoia DC

Venue: Sequoia

Food & Drink: The restaurant recently overhauled its menu and culinary staff, bringing in a new chef from the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. The new menu is more refined, focusing on modern American cuisine.

Private Dining Options: Sequoia has 3 options for private dining. The private State Room seats up to 100 without a dance floor or 75 with a dance floor, and has its own bar and outdoor terrace. The semi private Mezzanine overlooks the main dining room can seat up to 32  or 40 for a standing reception. Your third option is the Main Dining Room which will seat up to 250 without a dance floor or 200 with a dance floor and includes access to the Mezzanine Level and a semi private outdoor terrace. Their sample menus ranged from $45-$95 but please contact for Scott Moon for your updated, customized menu. The restaurant would also be a wonderful choice for an intimate wedding.

Transit & Parking: There is a parking garage under the restaurant. The closest Metro rail stop is Foggy Bottom.

Advantages:

Challenges:

  • The closest Metro rail stop is Foggy Bottom, which is a bit of a walk.
  • Friday rush hour can be a nightmare in Georgetown
Sequoia DC State Room

Photo: Sequoia DC

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1 07 2011
Scott Moon

Vicky, thanks for featuring us on your blog! I hope we have a chance to work with you soon 🙂

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