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The Scene


Grab a glass and be a part of the growing wine scene in DC, with a variety of selections at ENO wine bar culled from Virginia’s best wineries and local producers. Casual and friendly, ENO is set among the neighborhood’s timeless row houses and cobblestone streets offering an entirely new way to sip and savor in DC at every turn. Monthly visits from artisanal producers, local vintners, cheese makers and chocolatiers and frequent educational wine classes complete the sensory experience. 
 
 Whether hosting your co-workers or friends, our staff customizes the ENO experience in our three-level space just for you. Make your experience more intimate by reserving private event space in The Cellar for any special event; anniversary, birthday, and holiday celebrations.

Main Floor : Reserve the entire floor or half for an intimate banquet for up to 31 people and enjoy great people watching.

Second Floor : Ideal for standing cocktail reception with open bar and cheese and charcuterie station. Guests can reserve the entire room or just half to accommodate your event for up to 30 people. Welcome reception space for registration table.

The Cellar : Intimate and casual space with flat screen TV, coat check. Able to accommodate up to 27 guests seated.

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about us

As if our flavor-rich menus weren't intoxicating enough, ENO boasts a warm, approachable staff committed to your education in wine, cheese, and chocolate. We provide personalized attention uncommon at conventional wine bars.

Whether you're a novice or long-time aficionado, you'll gain new insight into our gourmet delights. Our wine tasting rooms feature lighted tables with names of varietals etched into them … allowing our sommeliers to stand in front of you and recommend and explain pairings based on specific tastes, moods, and preferences.

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