Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Occidental Grill & Seafood to be Featured on the History Channel

The Occidental Grill & Seafood

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The Occidental (, which was established in 1906, will receive national attention on Monday, Sept. 23 at 11:30 p.m. when it’s showcased on a new episode of “All You Can Eat” on History Channel 2.

Host John Pinette visited the restaurant, just a few hundred feet from The White House, for a show titled “White House Eats.” The program will explain The Occidental’s unique history that earned it the right to say it is “Where Statesmen Dine.”

The Occidental’s dinner menu currently features a Roasted Long Island Duck Breast, a Duo of Pork, a Surf ‘N Turf Filet and Lobster Tail, as well as a Summer Vegetable Tasting.

The restaurant’s patio facing Pennsylvania Avenue remains open as the nice late summer weather sticks around and the popular brunch continues on the weekend.

The Occidental, adjacent to the renowned Willard InterContinental, was established in 1906. Today, the Occidental continues its historical tradition, providing Washington, D.C., with the best in food and hospitality. It remains a place where notables set out to eat “Where Statesmen Dine.”