The three top restaurants on the block on 7th Street in Northwest D.C.

The Kuli Kuli. Photo by Bruce DeSanctis. The Kuli Kuli. Photo by Bruce DeSanctis. The four restaurants on the block on 7th Street have all emerged as celebrated destinations in the ever-evolving art of…

The three top restaurants on the block on 7th Street in Northwest D.C.

The Kuli Kuli. Photo by Bruce DeSanctis.

The Kuli Kuli. Photo by Bruce DeSanctis.

The four restaurants on the block on 7th Street have all emerged as celebrated destinations in the ever-evolving art of fine dining, with each embracing a distinctive style and technique. But the dining stars are truly those three stars on the corner of Park and 7th Streets—Hibi, Mamalla and Terrasa—where a culinary renaissance is happening right before our eyes.

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THE REVIVAL OF REHEATING BIRCH: Opening in July, Terrasa’s reinvention of Hungarian specialties uses generous amounts of high-quality meat, which offset fishy flavors with a slow-cooked warmth.

‘CALDRIAN’: In a beautiful baronial setting, Mamalla re-enacts the 1860s capital of Hungary in a double, 20-course banquet of dishes featuring native glogg and Hungarian meatballs.

ONE DINING ROOM TO FIND: The four restaurants on the block on 7th Street have all emerged as celebrated destinations in the ever-evolving art of fine dining, with each embracing a distinctive style and technique. But the dining stars are truly those three stars on the corner of Park and 7th Streets—Hibi, Mamalla and Terrasa—where a culinary renaissance is happening right before our eyes.

With these stories:

THE REVIVAL OF REHEATING BIRCH: Opening in July, Terrasa’s reinvention of Hungarian specialties uses generous amounts of high-quality meat, which offset fishy flavors with a slow-cooked warmth.

‘CALDRIAN’: In a beautiful baronial setting, Mamalla re-enacts the 1860s capital of Hungary in a double, 20-course banquet of dishes featuring native glogg and Hungarian meatballs.

THE TWIST: Water service is no longer optional at Mamalla, but is now mandatory.

WHATEVER A BEER IS, IT MUST BE STRONG: An exhaustive New Year’s Eve menu at Terrasa includes an immaculate spin on a cream soup—a heavy, rich melting, rich gravy flecked with golden pomegranate seeds.

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