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Take The Party Home!

Looking for new ways to celebrate? Host your perfect celebration from home with our cater out menu. From graduations, to birthdays to bridal showers, Clyde’s will take the worry away so you can enjoy the day. Check put our menus today! Call your neighborhood Clyde’s to place your order.

Mother’s Day at Home with Clyde’s

Celebrate Mom with dinner at home by Clyde’s (including Champagne & wine!).

With five savory Mother’s Day entrees, including surf & turf – just choose your entree, select your sauce and two side dishes. Each menu serves two or four guests.

Place your order before noon on Thursday, May 6 for pickup on Saturday, May 8 or Sunday, May 9. The food is served cold with reheating instructions. Please notify us of allergies or dietary restrictions.

Please note that we will not offer carryout or delivery on Sunday, May 9. 


Easter at Home with Clyde’s

Enjoy Easter at Home. Pick up all the fixings for your family dinner at Clyde’s, Old Ebbitt Grill or The Hamilton (including wine!), join friends and family online or in small gatherings, and enjoy our cooking in the comfort of your home.  With four savory Easter entrees – a traditional favorite of glazed spiral ham,, or contemporary dishes of roast sea bass or beef tenderloin, and crab cakes – just choose your entree, select your sauce and two sides dishes. Each menu serves two or four guests.

St. Patrick’s Day with Clyde’s at Home

Celebrate the Irish in our restaurants or at home. Preorder all your favorite Irish fare – corned beef & cabbage, Shepherd’s pie, Guinness beef stew, and corned beef sandwiches, with potato salad, roasted and mashed potatoes, Irish soda bread, Bailey’s cheesecake, and Guinness chocolate brownies. Order by Sunday, March 14, and pickup March 16 or 17. Or enjoy in our restaurants from March 16-21.


SUPER BOWL LV with Clyde’s at Home

Food & Drinks by Clyde’s
Order by February 5, Pickup February 7

Make life easy by preordering some of your Clyde’s favorites — crab & artichoke dip, shrimp cocktail, mini crab cakes, beef tenderloin with cocktail rolls, deviled eggs, chicken wings, our famous chili, and more. Add on our 16-ounce specialty cocktails – the George & Amal, Hot & Bothered, Sangria, and Margarita. Relax and enjoy – everything you need will be ready before the coin toss.


Celebrating with us? Reserve your table now at any of our locations.

Celebrating at home? Preorder on Tock.com for pickup February 12-14.

Enjoy our complimentary Live Stream (or prerecorded) Concert with your preorder:
Newmyer Flyer Presents THE BEATLES – LOVE SONGS

Washington Metropolitan Restaurant Week is January 25-February 7

All Clyde’s locations, Old Ebbitt Grill, and The Hamilton
3-Course Dinner Menu $35
choice of:

Cream of Crab Soup*
Winter Market Salad
Caesar Salad

Single Jumbo Lump Crab Cake
Atlantic Salmon

Bread Pudding

Draft, bottle or canned beer, or house wine

*New England Clam Chowder at Old Ebbitt Grill & Clyde’s at Mark Center*

1789 Restaurant
3-Course Dinner $55


Indoor & Outdoor Dining (heated patios), Carryout:
Clyde’s Willow Creek Farm
Clyde’s at Mark Center
Clyde’s of Reston

Outdoor Dining (heated tents or patios), Carryout:
Clyde’s of Georgetown
Clyde’s of Chevy Chase
Tower Oaks Lodge

Carryout Only
District MeltHouse – our ghost kitchen

Indoor Dining & Carryout
1789 Restaurant
Old Ebbitt Grill
The Hamilton
Clyde’s of Gallery Place


Comfort Food When You Need It

Don’t let the cold, rain or snow get you down – a warm comforting meal is just a click or call away!

Thank You For Trusting Us

We’ve switched out our air filters from MERV-8 to MERV-13 filters which exceeds compliance requirements.  MERV refers to the Minimum Efficiency Reporting Values.  These filters are typically used for hospitals and are the most efficient commercially available.  Our HVAC systems are also meticulously maintained. Safety is our top concern!

*American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Standards 62.1 and 62.2 (ASHRAE 2019a, 2019b), which include requirements for outdoor air ventilation in most residential and non-residential spaces.

Weekend Brunch

Washington Monument

“I was summoned by my country, whose voice I can never hear but with veneration and love.”

– George Washington

The Washington Monument is officially open to the public now! The popular landmark will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week with new safety and cleaning protocols to keep employees and visitors protected from the spread of infectious diseases. Tickets to the monument are available online at recreation.gov (tickets are not going to be given away in person due to social distancing guidelines.)

Tickets become available daily at 10 a.m. for the next day’s visit, each ticket is good for up to four people in a group traveling together, and there is a non-refundable reservation fee of $1.50 per ticket.

New safety features include timed ticketing, limited entries, significantly reduced elevator capacity, touchless check-in, touchless hand sanitizer dispensers throughout the monument, and closing each day from 1 to 2 p.m. for cleaning and disinfecting using antiviral disinfectant cleaners.

According to Mount Vernon records, George Washington often purchased bushels of oysters to be prepared for his family’s table (in fact, several oyster recipes are available on their website). Oysters and a visit to the Washington Monument sounds like a good idea to us!

Picnic In The Park

Thanks to a partnership between Montgomery Parks and Visit Montgomery, you now have even more opportunities to enjoy a picnic in the park!

Picnic in the Park, an initiative to support local restaurants affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, allows restaurant customers to legally consume alcohol in designated areas within 9 selected parks.  

Fresh air, great food, and perhaps a cold beverage is a great way to escape the stresses of working from home, and a perfect solution for a socially distant happy hour to catch up with friends! Learn more about Montgomery County’s Picnic in the Parks here.

Take The Party Home!

Looking for new ways to celebrate? Host your perfect celebration from home with our cater out menu. From birthdays to bridal showers, Clyde’s will take the worry away so you can enjoy the day. Check our menus today!

Oyster Happy Hour

Working from home has its challenges like longer hours and a seemingly 24-hour workday, but perks like a flexible schedule ain’t so bad either. So why don’t you give your eyes a break, push away from your home office, and slurp down a few of your favorite oysters? If you need any more convincing: they are now at a discounted price for happy hour! And if you just can’t log out, bring your laptop…we won’t judge.

Raw bar offerings available in DC at Clyde’s of Gallery Place and Old Ebbitt Grill, in Maryland at Clyde’s of Chevy Chase and Tower Oaks Lodge (Rockville), and Virginia at Clyde’s at Mark Center (Alexandria).

Oysters on the Half-Shell

3:00 – 5:00 PM Daily
$12 Half-Dozen  (regular price $18.99)
$24 Dozen (regular price $37.99)

Not available for carryout or delivery.

Sushi Happy Hour

Sushi lovers rejoice! The Hamilton sushi happy hour has returned! Take a trip downtown from 2-5 pm on Mondays-Fridays for $5 off sushi rolls; and don’t forget to check out our saké  & beverage list for the perfect pairing.

Whether you are in the mood for our spacious air-conditioned dining rooms or want to check out our new sidewalk café seating, we’ve got you covered. Happy hour pricing not available for carryout.

  • You’re my lobster.
    At Clyde’s, we take our ingredients seriously, and we’re proud to serve lobster from Douty Brothers Seafood in Portland, Maine. Our Commitment to Better means quality you can taste, and our freshly caught Maine lobster is just one way we bring that commitment to our customers. Started by Dick and Doug Douty in 1980, Douty…
  • Aw, Shucks: Clyde’s Restaurant Group’s Oyster Program
    When the Old Ebbitt Grill reopened at its current location in October of 1983, oysters were sold on the half shell.  The only oysters served back then were Blue Point oysters, harvested from Long Island Sound off the coast of Connecticut.  Shipped in non-descript boxes, these oysters were the norm for all serving oysters in…