when is Rose's open?
We are currently open Tuesday through Saturday for dinner reservations from 5:00 pm - 9:45 pm. We offer dining room reservations and our limited patio seating is available for walk-ins on a first come, first served basis. You can reserve your table here!
how are dietary restrictions handled?
Our current menu denotes vegetarian dishes and our chefs will personally mark on menus to indicate dishes appropriate for dietary restrictions or allergies. We want everyone who dines with us to do so happily and safely so we take dietary allergies and/or restrictions very seriously.
If you are unsure if you will be able to dine with us due to dietary restrictions, please email us and we'll do our best to communicate potential accommodations in advance.
does rose's offer rentals for private events?
Hell yes! We're always excited to help celebrate special occasions and would be happy to discuss options for large parties including private and semi-private spaces or a full buyout of the restaurant. Please email us with information about your event, including the number of people and preferred date(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Depending on the size of your private party and government restrictions, there may be limitations in set up and style of service.
are you allowing corkage?
Our corkage fee is $35 per bottle for any bottle we do not carry in house. For every bottle purchased with us the corkage fee is waived.
how can i share feedback about my experience?
We'd love to hear your thoughts. Please email email@example.com to share 'em.
do you offer gift cards?
Yes, gift cards may be purchased online here. They can be printed, emailed, or texted to the recipient.
so who is rose?
Rose was Chef Aaron's paternal grandmother. She was the youngest of 12 children!! And the first to be born in the United States after her parents immigrated from London. Aaron decided to name the restaurant after her as she was beloved by her family and friends. She was a baker, host, writer of poetry and plays, a piano player and (along with her husband Art) a thrower of parties. She enjoyed life and having fun -- two ideas we all strive to embody at the restaurant that bears her name.
what are my transportation options and is parking available nearby?
We're about a 10 minute walk from the Eastern Market metro station (orange and blue lines).
If you're driving, metered parking options abound on 8th Street SE in the parking lot underneath the 295 overpass (on 8th Street SE between I and Virginia Ave SE) as well as along some neighboring streets. At this time, we do not offer valet parking.
Taxis (yes, those are still around) are sometimes available as they travel towards the Eastern Market metro station but we also suggest using Uber and Lyft as they're quite efficient in Washington DC.