Which D.C. Tasting Menus Are Priciest?

When Pineapple and Pearls, the hotly anticipated sister restaurant to Rose’s Luxury, debuts in April, it will charge $250 per person for its tasting menu. Before you freak out, consider that the price includes drink pairings, tax, and tip. Yes, you could potentially fly to California for that amount (if you catch the right fare), but it turns out it’s not nearly as expensive as other tasting menus around town. Here’s what you’ll pay per person for prix fixe meals, including alcoholic drink pairings, tax, and a 20 percent tip, at six other upscale eateries.