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Chef Victor Albisu's Del Campo is an upscale South American Grill located in the Chinatown neighborhood of Washington, DC. The lifestyle and food culture celebrated on an estancia, a large South American vineyard estate, is the inspiration for Albisu's flagship restaurant. The airy, 174-seat agrarian space is home to a meat-driven, wine-centric menu that is a product of Albisu's Latin American roots and travels through Argentina, Chile, Peru, and Uruguay.
An extensive selection of steaks and various slow-roasted meats served with vibrant herb sauces, such as chimichurris and fresh salsas is the backbone of Del Campo's menu. Albisu's Peruvian heritage shows itself in the form of a Latin Raw bar of ceviches, tiraditos, and crudos. The wine program leans heavily towards South American varieties which are decanted in traditional Argentinean carafes.
Del Campo is open for dinner seven days a week. A nine-seat asado bar offers guests a front row view of the gallery kitchens open flame. In addition to the dining room, guests can enjoy a selection of grilled food and classic cocktails at the bar along with more casual South American sort of food.