Citysearch Editorial Review. Don’t let the sophisticated décor and well-presented foodie menu fool you; Cashion’s may look like yet another D.C. upscale food factory, but it truly is a neighborhood joint. Run by John and George Manolatos and Justin Abad, this trio takes the time to greet customers; see them in action catching up with regulars and introducing themselves to newbies. In return, locals pledge their loyalty, making sure to order something new off the menu during each visit. Cashion’s menu is constantly in flux, featuring regional and seasonal American cuisine with a hint of the Mediterranean. Their cocktails are suburb thanks to a staff of highly professional mixologists who custom-create drinks for each customer depending on his or her liquor of choice and varying mood.
Not bad but not great.
I have mixed feelings about Cashion's -- it's one of those places I really feel like I should enjoy more than I actually do. Service ranges from excellent to odd to absent-minded, though the bartenders generally seem to be extremely competent. Their specialty cocktails are almost always worth the gamble if you're in the mood for something interesting.
The food is good, but I've had better for cheaper.
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