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With its 20-foot ceilings, plush velvet banquettes, and candelit chandeliers, CityZen feels fit for royalty. Throw in dishes piled with the likes of Wagyu beef and lobster, and a wine list with hundreds of bottles, and you've got one of DC's most indulgent dining experiences. You'll get that kind of Bacchanalian feast—plus a visit from James Beard Award-winning chef Eric Ziebold, Food & Wine-featured sommelier Andrew Myers, and Top Chef Just Desserts contestant Matthew Petersen—with this offer: pay $250 for a Champagne cocktail, three canapés, six dishes, six glasses of wine, a beer-and-cheese pairing, take-home pastries, and a signed menu, all in the wine library at a 20-person chef's table. Or pay $1,000 for a private table of four. All fees, such as gratuity, are included. Every dish on Ziebold's menu recalls a different part of his background: You'll see his Iowan roots in a play on corned beef; get a look at his eight years as Thomas Keller's chef de cuisine at the French Laundry with his textbook-perfect red-wine vinaigrette; and taste a remnant of his long-ago stint at the Southern-inflected Vidalia with a bite of fried pickled okra. Ziebold is no stranger to Escoffier-style French technique either, which he shows off in a dish with puffy Gruyère gougères and a lobster Newburg sauce. Except for his buttery Parker House rolls—arguably the best complimentary bread in town—you'll never see a dish on the menu twice. You'll find yourself thinking about this meal long after it's over—especially the next morning when you break into a bag of pastry chef Matthew Petersen's home-baked breakfast pastries, included with dinner.
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