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Saturday, November 3, 2018

Summer Travel - DC & Virginia - Oz Restaurant and Bar

We took a 2nd trip to Washington DC earlier this year.  It is such an amazing place to visit with your family!

Lots to share about this, but wanted to start with Oz Restaurant in Arlington, Virginia.

I really wanted to eat here because I'm a dork.  I adore Ashley Darby on Real Housewives Potomac, and she and her husband own this restaurant.  He is Australian so the menu offers lots of Australian-themed food. It was on my list of places to visit when we went back to DC!

The interior is lovely. Lots of fun touches, like boomerangs on the wall, and bamboo in the foyer. 
 




My husband is a very adventurous eater.  As in, he'll try anything once! So I knew he would love their exotic menu

He had a beetroot slider first, then he chose the camel burger for his entree! What!?


Beetroot slider
He said it was delicious, and quite tender.  And he looked like a goofball when I took this picture!




I am not adventurous when it comes to food! So my son and I ordered from the regular menu. 



I ordered the crumb steak. It's chicken wrapped in prosciutto, with sweet potato mash and charred brocollini, topped with almonds and mushrooms.  This was a really tasty meal! I didn't know it had mushrooms, as that wasn't on the menu.  I didn't eat those.  But the sides and the crumb steak were amazing.



We also got to try these delicious vegemite biscuits while we waited for our entrees.  They were so good!


David had Greek flatbread but we didn't take a picture of it.



For dessert, he and I shared Aussie banana pudding, with salted caramel bananas and anzo cookies, topped with whipped cream and berries.  My husband had the golden turmeric milk.  What a lovely meal - we still talk about it 5 months later!  It does look like they have a new menu on the website now (we were there in May), but I'm sure everything will be just as delicious!  (Crumb steak and Greek flatbread are no longer options).

We parked in a parking garage on the same block as Oz, and did a quick walking tour of the Monuments in DC after dinner.  Such a great time!


Oz is located at  2950 Clarendon Blvd. Arlington, VA and hours are as follows:


Monday-Wednesday // 4pm-12am
Thursday-Friday // 11:30am-2am
Saturday // 10am-2am
Sunday // 10am-12am


If you are in the area you have to stop by!

More on our DC trip coming soon!



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