Urbana Dining & Drinks - Washington, District of Columbia, 20037, United States
  • Osyters and Shucker
  • Amaro

Happy Hour: Our 4-7 p.m. Monday-Friday happy hour has been named one of the best in Dupont Circle. Featuring a wide array of beverage options, including craft cocktails and assorted beers and wines, our menu has something for every taste. Our kitchen features $1 oysters, a raw bar and appetizing bar snacks in the Italian tradition.

Bottomless Bellinis at Brunch: During our weekend brunch, we like to celebrate the weekend with flowing bellinis and your favorite brunch classics. Share a bellini toast with your friends for $15 with the purchase of an entree.

Saturday Apertivo Hour: Start your Saturday night with drink specials featuring the best Italian-style amaros, cordials, and cocktails. From 4-7 p.m., we will also featured signature kegged cocktails that highlight our bar team’s latest inspirations.

Sunday Supper: Join us Sunday nights for family-style pastas and a homey selection of Chef Ethan’s favorite Italian classics. Because this menu is a seasonal extension of our hospitality, it changes monthly. Please find this month's menu here.

Pasta Making Classes:  Urbana will host its popular pasta making class with Executive Chef Ethan McKee. Hosted in the restaurant's recently refreshed space, participants can see why house-made pasta is a personal passion for Chef McKee as he demonstrates techniques for making different types of pastas such as wide pappardelle noodles, uniquely shaped raviolis and gnocchi. Guests will take turns rolling and shaping pastas while learning how everyday kitchen tools can be used to fashion fresh, fast-cooking pastas. All classes cost $45, inclusive of tax and tip, as well as snacks, complimentary beverages, take-home samples and recipe cards. Call for reservations, 202.956.6650. Upcoming classes:

  • Saturday, March 14th, 2-4pm
  • Saturday, April 11th, 2-4pm
  • Saturday, May 9th, 2-4pm
  • Saturday, June 13th, 2-4pm

Learn to love amaro! We’ll share the rundown of need-to-know amari, explain the different
styles of amaro, and discuss how these spirits can be enjoyed in ways that make them shine.

  • Saturday, April 18th, 2-3pm