Fiola is proud to be an upscale Italian trattoria in Penn Quarter, and is currently a popular destination for DC area foodies and political figures alike. When you enter the dining room, you'll note elegant details like natural stone walls and delicate crystal chandeliers hanging from the ceiling.
When you're seated, take a look at the wine list and order your favorite vintage blend or ask the sommelier for a wine pairing to go with your meal. The menu at Fiola is organized into a series of prix fixe choices: you can decide on anything from two through six courses, or you can put your meal entirely in the hands of the chef, who is likely to send out creative dishes like cauliflower with creamy almond panna cotta or veal rib-eye cap served with foie gras. Whatever you order, expect it to be expertly prepared and attentively served, as that’s what Fiola is known for.