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FIG & OLIVE opens its flagship 10,000 square foot washington dc location with a new dining destination this June.

The stunning ‘olive oil oasis’ brings a taste of the French Riviera and Coastal regions of the South of France, Italy, and Spain to Washington DC this Spring.

This June, FIG & OLIVE extends an olive branch to DC with its flagship city location, situated in the heart of the newly luxury retail shopping destination City Center.
Laurent Halasz, the founder of FIG & OLIVE, envisioned an urban space embodying his origins from the South of France, and the 10,000 square foot dining destination features a variety of unique spaces that capture this essence of the French Riviera.
With authentic material filled with natural light surrounding an open-exhibition kitchen, an expansive lounge and bar, a crostini station, and an upper dining area over looking the first floor, this location is perfect for an informal or elegant gathering.

FIG & OLIVE embodies a passion for the best olive oils, flavors, and cuisine from the Riviera and Coastal regions of the South of France, Italy, and Spain. FIG & OLIVE’s menu highlights the unique olive oils, paired with each dish and used in place of butter.

The multi-faceted design of the 10,000-square-foot, 330-seat dining destination

> First floor Lounge, Bar, Crostini Station and Retail Space
> Al fresco terrace located in the heart of the City Center open Spring and Summer
> Upper Floor Formal Dining Area, intimate bar
> One Private Dining Rooms on the Upper Floor

Restaurant Details

French Mediterranean
Price Range:
Private Dining?:
Sidewalk Patio


934 Palmer Alley
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 559-5004
CityCenter DC
Closest Metro Stop (Rail/Bus):
The Blue, Orange or Red lines stop at Metro Center, just a few blocks away. The Yellow, Green and Red lines stop at Gallery PlaceChinatown, two blocks south east. A number of bus lines, as well as the Circulator Bus stop in front of CityCenterDC. For route, schedule and fare details, visit the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority website.
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