Authentic. Rustic. Italian.

The intimate 95-seat restaurant is located within a 3,200-sqaure-foot, three-story restored building. The lower level features an Alimentari, or boutique Italian market, where customers can purchase house-made items and fine imported Italian products.

Authentic, rustic, Italian fare featuring a variety of small plates, house-made charcuteries, breads, cheeses and antipasti. Six house-made pastas, and four entrée selections. Fresh and dried house-made pastas are also available for purchase by the kilo in the market, along with jams, olive oils, pastries, sauces and other imported Italian products.

A boutique wine list with 83 wines are available by the bottle; 70% of the wines incorporate Italian grapes. The restaurant has a selection of signature and classic cocktails, incorporating house-made vermouth and liquors made by aging fruit in oak barrels. A bar cart showcasing the restaurants extensive grappa and amaro program is also available for guests at the end of the meal.

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The Location

An intimate 100-seat restaurant spread over two floors. The main level features a 15-seat bar of Carrara marble and hand-painted Italian tile.

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The Main Menu

Authentic, rustic, Italian fare featuring a variety of small plates, house-made charcuteries, breads, cheeses and antipasti. 

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The bar Menu

The restaurant has a selection of innovative cocktails, incorporating house-made vermouth and liquors made by aging fruit in oak barrels. 

Testimonials

what people are saying

I got the chance to visit Lupo Verde Osteria for brunch a few months ago, and the first word that came to mind when I opened the door was adorable!

Carla Sanchez


As soon as we walked in you could tell this was real Italian food. I ordered the linguini with clams and it was great. All the food tasted extremely fresh and full of delicious flavor. The drinks were great! I look forward to coming back to D.C. and I won't lea...
Patricia A.



The food was spectacular, the staff was great, and the atmosphere was romantic.

Debi G.

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