15 E Street NW
Washington DC 20001

Located on Capitol Hill near Union Station on the Senate side of the Capitol.

202.661.2700
info@bistrobis.com

Restaurant Hours

We are closed for dining-in until further notice per Mayor Bowser, but our....

Weekend Feasts will continue beginning January 22!

Restaurant Week for now has been postponed by one week by the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington until 1/25/2021.  Stay tuned for details, but our RW Menus are online for whenever it happens!

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This Week at Bistro Bis

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to what is going on in DC this weekend 1/15 to 1/17 with road closures, security etc, we have decided to postpone our Brittany Bistro Feast to the following weekend. We want to keep our customers and staff safe! We apologize for the inconvenience.

The next weekend's feast is our sumptious Brittany Bistro Feast, Friday, January 22 - Sunday, January 24, 2021.  It will be available to order on Tock next week.

Click here to see the menu and all the details!

Thanks so much for supporting Bistro Bis duing this time of uncertainty.  Once again, we have had to adjust our dining-in hours per the order of Mayor Bowser and hopefully will be open again for the new dates of the two week Restaurant Week now beginning on January 25, 2020.  See our menus online.  We will be offering those menus for Pickup and Delivery since our capacity will still be probably limited.  Let's all hope for a better 2021!


From the zinc bar with its tall columns and fabulous fixtures to the tiered dining area with its soft patterned tile floor, Bistro Bis is simply the restaurant on Capitol Hill where diners want to be. Current and sophisticated, warm and intimate, Bistro Bis’ natural cherry interior is a wonderful modern version of a French bistro. Endive Salade, Steak Tartare, Salade Frisée, rich Beef Bourguignon, succulent seafood and fish renditions and the classic Steak Frites are favorite requests from diners. The menu is focused on modern interpretations of traditional French bistro fare, enhanced by classic French cocktails and a creative, thoughtful wine list.  Bistro Bis’ regular guests include senators, congressmen, celebrities and powerbrokers looking to dine in the ambiance and luxury of one of Washington’s most popular restaurants.