January 4th, 2017390 views
Ostrich tartare and duck meatballs have foodies lining up on the street to make their way into The Bird, a new poultry-focused eatery in D.C. Chef Michael Bonk has upped the level of artistry and curation of flavor to his signature dishes, and while guests can order traditional meals, his flare for more unique bites has caught the eye of poultry-loving locals.
Black and white wall murals, a marble-topped bar, and wooden tables create a warm but classy ambiance, while caring servers are attentive and quick to accommodate. Guests say the confit guinea fowl wings with white truffle butter emulsion pair well with fruit and spice-based cocktails, but just about anything you order is sure to impress. The Bird has quickly become the ideal spot for private events and parties that want a one-of-a-kind edge in a unique space, but this warmly lit, aromatic restaurant also welcomes you in on any night after a brief wait at the fully stocked bar.
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