Belgium is the bold-faced theme of this casual yet stylish hot spot for chef Robert Wiedmaier, a cavernous brasserie run in partnership with his old friend, chef Brian McBride. Modeled on a vintage Brussels train station with old railway clock overhead, and featuring a large exhibition kitchen and oversized bar, Brasserie Beck transports diners to a wonderland of hearty Flemish cuisine. Here you will find a tempting array of mussel preparations such as Classic White Wine to Spicy Red Thai Curry; Beef Carbonade [Beef Stew braised with Kasteel Bruin beer;] and a Cassoulet of slow-braised Lamb, Garlic Sausage, Duck Confit Pork Belly, Whit Beans and Root Vegetables; along with extensive charcuterie and shellfish plates, and the area's most comprehensive selection of Belgian beers - including some brewed exclusively for Wiedmaier. Esquire called Brasserie Beck one of the "Best New Restaurants in America" when it opened in 2007, and it remains a downtown favorite to this day.

Brasserie Beck opened in 2007 and was designed by CORE of DC.

Hours of Operation

Brasserie Beck is temporarily closed due to Covid 19, plans to reopen June 1st.

Brasserie Beck
1101 K Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Contact Information

38.9027507 -77.02781779999998