FAQ

Why vegan?

Veganism promotes a healthy lifestyle. It supports the ethical treatment of animals and aids in saving the environment and the conservation of natural resources. It is a peaceful and compassionate life choice.

Where are you located?

Our address is 1341 L Street, NW Washington, DC 20005

 Where do I park?

We recommend that you park at One Franklin Square Parking located at 1301 K Street NW.
(Parking entrance is on 13th Street, next to the Fire House Station) for $5.00. (Remember to take a voucher upon leaving the restaurant).

Are you accessible by public transit?

We are located two blocks north of McPherson Square Metro station on the Orange and Blue lines. Walk out the 14th and H street exit. Once on the street level, walk three blocks in the direction of L Street. Turn right at 13th and L street.

What does my reservation entail?

Reservations at Elizabeth’s Gone Raw are for our prix fixe vegan tasting menu for a set price of $85 per person. Each course is prepared with imagination and thoughtfulness, selecting seasonal organic products. We also offer an additional organic and biodynamic wine pairing for $60 per person.

Do you take walk-ins?

We highly recommend reservations. Walk-ins are welcome if there is a table available.

Do you take large parties?

Yes, parties over five guests must book via phone and require a credit card to secure the reservation.

Why a House Service fee?

This service charge helps provide a living wage to all EGR employees, including both runners and kitchen staff.  If you elect to include a gratuity in addition to the service charge, 100% of the gratuity will go to your server.

What Covid precautions have been implemented?

We require our staff to be vaccinated and wear mask at all times. We hourly clean and sanitize all surfaces. We have also installed a Air Scrubber with ActivePure® Technology in our restaurant. ActivePure has been proven to reduce up to 99.99% of pathogens including SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19), Avian influenza, E. coli, MRSA, Norovirus, Staph bacteria, Candida, Swine Flu, Hepatitis, Legionella, and more.