Spice rubbed, served with parmesan grits, and tomato basil concasse.
12 ounce new york strip served with frites, grilled onions, shallots, and sautéed vegetables.
Australian lamb shank marinated overnight in a red wine au jus, served with mashed potatoes and asparagus.
With citrus reduction, white grapes, basmati rice and broccoli rabe.
Healthy Choice Chicken
Two grilled chicken breasts, with white rice, steamed broccoli, and leak sauce grilled vegetables grilled.
Price: $50 per person, $100/ couple with select wines. Pinot noir, cabernet, chardonnay, and prosecco
Happy valentine's day
Sweet Potato Soup
Field Green Salad
With housemade citrus vinaigrette dressing
Choice of Entrée
Slow roasted in its own juices, garlic mashed potatoes, and sautéed spinach.
With pistachio, leek sauce, mashed potatoes and wilted spinach.
Grilled to temperature served with veggies and mashed potatoes.
Grilled zucchini, eggplant, yellow squash, asparagus, and portabello mushrooms, with sautéed spinach and rice.
Whisky Old Faashioned
The old fashioned was around before prohibition and it was around after prohibition, but never was it more needed than durning prohibition!
New york's colony was no ordinary speakeasey. It was where the vanderbilts and windsors went to dine in a civilized manner, and if that included a drink or two...no Questions asked.
French Seventy Five
Named after a hard-hitting world war 1 artillery piece, the french 75 is quite possibly the only cocktail invented in the united states during prohibition to become a classic.
The Gin Rickey
Originally created with boubon in washington, d.c. At shoomaker's bar by bartender george a. Williamson in the 1880's, purportedly in collaboration with democratic lobbyist, colonel joe rickey, it became a worldwide sensation when mixed with gin a decade later. 2 ounces of london dry gin, 12 squeezed lime with peel, 2 ounces pelligrino and served over ice.
Horses Neck with a Kick
Dating back to the 1890s, 'the horses neck' was a non-alcoholic mixture of ginger ale, ice and lemon peel. By the 1910s, bourbon would be added for a 'horse's neck with a kick'. The non-alcoholic version was still served in upstate new york in the late fifties or early sixties, but eventually it was phased out.
The Side Car
The exact origin of the sidecar is unclear, but it is thought to have been invented around the end of world war i in either london or paris. The ritz hotel in paris claims origin of the drink, but this french creation became the defining cocktail of the era.
The Orange Crush
One whole freshly squeezed orange, 2 ounces of premium orange vodka, 12 ounce triple sec and sprite and served in a pint glass. lower the sugar...or substitute club soda and hold the triple sec. ask for the "skinny" crush
The Green Rickery
1/2 of fresh lime, 2 ounces of tanquery gin, 1/2 ounce of green absinthe, 1/2 ounce st. Germaine liquor, 1/2 ounce of pelligrino served over ice in a high ball.
The French Margarita
1 1/2 ounces of french absinthe, 1/2 ounce cointreau, splash of oj and sour mix. Served with a st. Germaine float and fresh limes.
Glenlivit 12 Yr
Macallan 12 Yr
Macallan 15 Yr
The Soleil Crush
One whole fresh squeezed orange, premium orange vodka, triple sec, and a splash of sprite.
Check our chalkboard for our daily wine specials.
Premium agave tequila, fresh squeezed lime juice, triple sec, and grand mariner.
All Domestic Beers
Happy Hour Bites
Grilled chicken breast, sautéed onions, bell peppers, and cheddar cheese, served with house made guacamole, salsa, and sour cream.
Fresh tortilla chips topped with all the fixens'.
Flash fried with a tartar sauce.
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Happy hour 4 30-8 pm, Beat the Monday Blues! Leave your business card on the table and receive 5% off your check in the main dining room. Offer applies to each individual.
Happy hour 4 30-8 pm, Menage a Trois Special, When is this ever a bad thing? Order three of anything get the fourth for free. For example, order three appetizers and get any other for free. Order 3 entrees...get one for free. Get the idea? Ask your server for more details. (Does not apply to Happy Hour).
Happy Hour 4 30-8 pm, Half Priced Wine Night, Any bottle off our list half off in the dining room from 6-9:30 pm with the purchase of an entree.
Happy hour 4 30-8 pm, Ladies night! All gals drinks are half off in the main dining room for dinner 6-9 pm. (Does not apply to Happy Hour).
Happy Hour 4:30-8 pm.
Happy Hour 4 30-8 pm, $20.99 Saturday Supper, If you're seated before 7:30 pm for dinner: 3 course meal including choice of appetizer, entrée, and dessert.
Happy Hour 4 30-8 pm, $20.99 Sunday supper, If you're seated before 7:30 pm for dinner, 3 course meal including choice of appetizer, entrée, and dessert.
Sharing the neighborhood with the White House, Café Soleil has seen 12 years of serving food and drink to DC’s business professionals of all ages and tourists visiting the historical landmarks in the surrounding area. We serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, and happy hour seven days a week. Our menu offers a wide variety of options, including steaks, salads, sandwiches, and fresh seafood.