DC's REDLINE GASTROLOUNGE Previews New Menu Additions
Sip With Socialites was out in DC’s Penn Quarter sampling Executive Chef, Fabrice Reymond’s new creations.
It was a typical summer evening in Washington, DC. However, on this occasion we were invited by VM Public Relations for a preview reception. We were seated at one of the eight tables with the self-serve beer taps.
PR maven Victoria Michael introduced Redline‘s owner Mick Dadlani and Executive ChefFabrice Reymond to the group. Refreshing cocktails were served and the food kept coming.
Everything was brilliant. The Ceviche was too darling to eat. We highly recommend the Duck. It’s absolutely delightful!
Besides the popular built-in table taps, Redline is a 130-seat sports pub and an 86-seat restaurant. This is not your typical sports bar; the restaurant offers an upscale dining experience. Chef Fabrice Reymond serves “affordable American cuisine with a French twist.” Chef Reymond graduated from the Professional School of Monteux in Switzerland in 1999 and worked at many prominent hotels and restaurants in Switzerland. In 2006, he moved to the Washington Metropolitan area and served as a Sous Chef at Centro in Bethesda MD and a personal chef to the Ambassador of Gabon. In addition he served as Chef de Cuisine at Famoso and Indebleu and most recently Hook. Chef Reymond comes to Redline with a reputation for crisp presentations, and the ability to bring subtle international influences to classic American recipes and cuisine. Some of his signature dishes include Mushroom puff pastry, the Kobe “haute” dog and the Lobster macaroni & cheese.
Redline is open Sunday-Thursday from 11:00am -2:00am and Fridays and Saturdays from 11:00am-3:00am.
Redline Gastrolounge in Penn Quarter 707 G Street NW
Washington, DC 20001 www.dcredline.com