Osteria Morini brings a taste of the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy to the Yards in Washington, D.C. Known as “the Italian Breadbasket,” Emilia-Romagna is famous for being the birthplace of the flavors and ingredients typically used in Italian cuisine, including parmigiana, balsamic vinegar, prosciutto, and mortadella.
The restaurant’s high ceilings and exposed kitchen creates a rustic and convivial ambience that is reflected in the creative menu, which features an array of small plates, pasta, entrées, and desserts presented by Executive Chef, Matt Adler.
The wine list includes affordable wine selections from various regions throghout Italy, as well as sparkling wines like Prosecco and Lambrusco and a choice of aperitifs, digestifs, and a signature Italian-inspired cocktail list.
301 Water Street Southeast, Suite 109, Washington, D.C., Phone: 202-484-0660 (website) Photo: Osteria Morini
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