Floriana Mercury Grill

86% love it
Italian with some fluctuation.
Floriana tends to be hit or miss, sometime the food and service is great, other times it can be on the yucky side. The standard dishes, like lasagna and ravioli tend to be on the safer side of yum.
  • 1602 17th St NW
    Washington, DC 20009
    Near: at Q St NW
  • Dupont
  • Website
  • Mon-Thu 5:00pm-11:00pm
    Fri-Sat 5:00pm-Midnight
    Sun 11:00am-3:00pm 5:00pm-11:00pm
    Opens at 11:00am
  • (202) 667-5937
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    • KareemMcJagger
      KareemMcJagger Over a year ago

      Duck risotto and salmon are both excellent here!

    • Jachensnacher
      Jachensnacher Over a year ago

      Tuesday night. Tuna great. Bruschetta very garlicky but good.

    • williamheimer
      williamheimer Over a year ago
      Loves it

      great place
      Great food and great service. Eye candy at the front door!

    • rswallis
      rswallis Over a year ago

      Friendly Neighborhood Staple
      The warm welcome and attentive service is followed by very satisfying food & drink. A recently refreshed, scaled down menu has improved almost everything. The house made sangria is perfect for warmer weather and the crunchy calamari is always a winner. I'm fond of the pasta dishes as well as the perfectly cooked salmon. On rainy or colder days, sitting inside, in the cozy dining rooms, is almost like eating at home...with a few dozen friends.

    • texbearjoe
      texbearjoe Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Shock Treatment
      During a recent trip to Washington, DC I managed to more than one bad restaurant. While the service was heroic in seating us outdoors, the food, well... that's why you go to a restaurant. I wanted to have a very traditional Spaghetti Bolognese, with meatballs, and I got something straight out of "Petrified Forest" - quintessential diner, or was that highschool cafeteria. Completely mediocre food. My dining companion had Penne & Sweet Sausage, which, it turns out, had precisely the same sauce as I had (Bolognese?) or generic "tomato sauce", and as well had neither visible or taste evidence of sweet sausage. Forgettable salads. Appalling as an Italian restaurant. We had left Trio after seeing their diner-style menu for this for "more authentic" Italian, and failed miserably. Avoid.