WASHINGTON, D.C.

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Hell's Kitchen

Washington, D.C.


Opening Hours

  • MON11:00 - 10:00
  • TUE11:00 - 10:00
  • WED11:00 - 10:00
  • THU11:00 - 10:00
  • FRI11:00 - 11:00
  • SAT11:00 - 11:00
  • SUN11:00 - 10:00

Dining room is closed from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm. 

Hell's Kitchen Washington, D.C. FAQs

Yes! E-Gift Cards are available for purchase here! View a list of U.S. locations currently accepting E-Gift Cards, here.

While we do not enforce a dress code, many guests choose to dress up for this fine dining experience. 

There are many signature dishes from Chef Ramsay on the menu such as tender Beef Wellington, Lobster Risotto, and the iconic Sticky Toffee Pudding.  

Yes, children of all ages are welcome to dine with us.  

While we do not have a waitlist at this time, if there is a cancellation, the newly available time slot will become bookable on our website.

Hell's Kitchen DC Restaurant

Hell's Kitchen D.C.

This two-story waterfront restaurant sits in The Wharf with beautiful views overlooking the Potomac River. The space is over 14,000 square feet and offers dining room, patio or terrace seating. Prefer a seat in the action? Reserve your table in the dining room, and watch the red and blue teams complete dinner service. Hell’s Kitchen, Washington, D.C. serves iconic Chef Ramsay dishes like Beef Wellington, Pan-Seared Scallops, Lobster Risotto, and one of Chef Ramsay’s personal favorites, Sticky Toffee Pudding.  

The elegant design considers the waterfront location and ensures a relaxing yet luxurious experience. With beautifully-plated dishes, experiential cocktails being served in smoking lanterns, delectable desserts, and the famous red and blue kitchen, Chef Ramsay brings the energy of Hell’s Kitchen to Washington D.C.  


Hell's Kitchen DC Restaurant

Explore The Wharf D.C.

Only 15 minutes from Georgetown and 10 minutes from Downtown and Chinatown, Hell’s Kitchen Washington, D.C. is located on The Wharf, a top spot to explore before or after your meal. This waterfront neighborhood is home to a variety of shops, restaurants and hotels. With its gorgeous views of the Potomac River, The Wharf D.C. is also an ideal spot for watching the sunset or taking a leisurely stroll.  If you want to get on the water, board a water taxi that can take you around the local area, or try kayaking or paddleboarding through the Wharf.

Further down the road is the Southwest Waterfront Park. This hidden gem is nestled in the nation's capital and sits on the banks of the Potomac River. The park offers stunning views of the city skyline and the river, and also has a walking trail, a dog park and a pavilion where events and concerts are held throughout the year. The Southwest Waterfront Park is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the beauty of Washington D.C. 

If you’re looking for an experience filled with history, Lincoln Memorial is one of the most iconic monuments in the country; a special place appearing in numerous movies and TV dramas. As part of your visit don’t forget to sit on the steps of the memorial looking at the Reflecting Pool and take in everything the site has to offer. Learn about our planet and the natural world, and take a tour of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. The museum features a collection of 147 million fascinating specimens and artifacts and is one of the best, most inspiring, places that you’ll want to return to again and again.

Hell's Kitchen DC Restaurant