Lauriol Plaza

 
96% love it
  24
Tasty Tex-Mex eats in a sophisticated and urbane atmosphere.
The restaurant also tends to do a lot of charity work where they donate a percentage of their earnings to organizations that help HIV and cancer patients and Children National Hospital.
  • 1835 18th St NW
    Washington DC, DC 20009
    Near: at T St NW
  • Dupont
  • Website
  • Mon-Thu 11:30am-11:00pm
    Fri-Sat 11:30am-Midnight
    Sun 11:00am-11:00pm
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  • (202) 387-0035
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    • aiglenoir
      aiglenoir 11 months ago
      Hates it

      Expensive and Not authentic mexican food
      Service is slooooow! Food is tex mex not even mexican and its expensive also they charge 5 dollars for parking. the place is nice

    • DCJeep
      DCJeep Over a year ago
      Loves it

      The best chips and salsa
      Great food and excellence service!!

    • garcon
      garcon Over a year ago

      Lamb fajitas w/ a smear of mint jelly and all the fixin's is great! Always drink a margarita on the rocks with salt.

    • diamondkut
      diamondkut Over a year ago

      It was amazing I got the Mar y Tierra, 3 giant bacon wrapped shrimp, 2 bacon wrapped filet mignons with vegetables, soooooooo good lol

    • Cambel
      Cambel Over a year ago

      Better for Socializing
      Lauriol Plaza has several good things about it. The building is gigantic, the drinks are good, and the service keeps up surprisingly well considering all the different floors and tables they have to navigate. The only problem you may have is if you are a real lover of traditional Mexican Food. this is not what you would get in a little mom and pop restaurant in Texas or California. What you do get however, is passably good food, in a place designed to allow you and a group of friends to have a fun evening out while being able to see a few hundred of your other friends doing the exact same thing.

    • baasecha1
      baasecha1 Over a year ago

      Just OK Mexican
      The place is huge and designed well, but the food just always seem so so to me. You will see your fair share of gays there, but it isn't a "gay spot" per se. The majority of folks are on their way to Adams Morgan or U Street after. If you want basic american tex mex food...this place wont' be bad, but don't expect culinary mastery.

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