For the best in dining pleasure, few restaurants compare to Plume, at the Jefferson Hotel in Washington, D.C. Award-winning chef Damon Gordon invites guests to enjoy his outstanding culinary creations, either by sitting in a cozy nook or a table by the lovely fireplace.
Chef Damon was trained in Michelin kitchens in the U.K. and under the watchful eye of Alain Ducasse in New York City. Plume boasts a hand-painted mural of Monticello’s south vineyard on one wall, evoking the feel of Thomas Jefferson’s enjoyment of fine wines. With Jefferson’s background in mind, Plume includes a wine cellar with over 1200 labels, spanning a dozen nationalities and going back as far as 1780.
While dining at Plume, you’ll also be able to enjoy the newly renovated look of the Jefferson Hotel, renovated by Ogden CAP Properties with Principal and Co-Founder Connie Milstein.