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Concept

Ceibo is rooted in the South American bar culture of Montevideo and Buenos Aires, influenced by waves of immigration from Spain, Italy, France and Portugal to the region.

The culinary program features ingredients and techniques from South America and Europe, with a shared dining menu composed of small and large dishes.

The wine program is focused on the Old World and South America, featuring a balance of classic and off the grid wines.

Menus

The following are menu samples. Menu items and prices are subject to change.


Tuesday Tasting Menus:

Ceibo will be open for dinner one Tuesday
per month for a 4 course tasting menu experience with the option of adding wine pairings.

2106 18th st NW Washington DC, 20009

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In the media:

Ceibo celebrates South America with sibling revelry in Adams Morgan

Ceibo celebrates South America with sibling revelry in Adams Morgan

En route to making the popular stew called carbonada in his native, meat-loving Uruguay, Juan Olivera would pack beef along with vegetables and cheese into a hollowed-out squash. In Washington, where the chef recently opened Ceibo in Adams Morgan with his brother, Manuel, he omits the traditional protein.

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Step Inside Ceibo, Adams Morgan’s Sleek New Ode to South America

Step Inside Ceibo, Adams Morgan’s Sleek New Ode to South America

The breakout project from two Uruguayan brothers opens with grilled meats, sweet potato-infused cocktails, and more

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The 26 new best restaurants in the DC area

The 26 new best restaurants in the DC area

Ceibo, which takes its name from Uruguay’s crimson national flower, doesn’t try to compete with the season’s glitzy restaurant debuts. Spread across two small floors, the newcomer is dressed with little more than reclaimed tables and chairs and some plants. “Lots of restaurants go all out on design,” says Manuel Olivera, who owns Ceibo in Adams Morgan with his brother and chef, Juan. “We wanted people to focus on the service and the food.”

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 The 38 Essential Restaurants Around D.C.

The 38 Essential Restaurants Around D.C.

Local hospitality vets Juan and Manuel Olivera granted Adams Morgan a candle-lit getaway last fall that pays homage to the brothers’ native Uruguay and its surrounding countries.

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Contact

Address: 2106 18th st NW Washington DC, 20009

Dinner Service:

Wednesday/ Thursday/ Sunday. 5PM-10PM
Friday / Saturday. 5PM-11PM
Lunch Service: Sunday 12pm-3pm

For private events information, reservation questions
and press inquiries please email us at info@ceibodc.com