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At The Dabney, we source our food from the Mid-Atlantic’s finest farms and purveyors. The centerpiece of our open kitchen is a wood-burning hearth that allows us to showcase the region’s versatility while staying true to its classic cooking methods. In our dining room, guests will find bare tables and exposed historic brick walls, service that’s refined but relaxed, and a dining experience that’s unpretentious, delicious, and fun.

Native to the Mid-Atlantic, the wild carrot is a herbaceous, somewhat variable biennial plant that grow up to 2 feet tall, roughly hairy, with a stiff solid stem.

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At The Dabney, we know the names and faces of the people who grow our produce and provide our proteins. We work with farmers, purveyors and watermen to source the very best ingredients from the Mid-Atlantic region.

Our goal is to showcase the quality and diversity of the ingredients and the wonderful people who raise, grow and produce them. We choose to cook over embers in our wood-burning hearth because it allows us to give a nod to the historic food culture of our area while growing and creating something new.

Native to the Mid-Atlantic, the wild carrot is a herbaceous, somewhat variable biennial plant that grow up to 2 feet tall, roughly hairy, with a stiff solid stem.

Native to the Mid-Atlantic, the wild carrot is a herbaceous, somewhat variable biennial plant that grow up to 2 feet tall, roughly hairy, with a stiff solid stem.

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The Dabney is located in Blagden Alley, which lies between 9th and 10th Streets NW and M and N Streets NW. Our building is in the easternmost part of the alley that backs 9th Street NW. Both metered and hourly parking are available in the neighborhood. We currently do not offer valet parking.

Blagden Alley is open to car traffic via 9th Street as well as via M and N streets for passenger drop-offs only. No public parking is permitted within the alley.

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