Plume unabashedly delivers a truly luxurious French dining experience in Washington, D.C. It may represent a style on the decline, but this elegant new hotel restaurant proves there's plenty of life left in serving opulent dishes with clean, focused flavors and delicate textures to cosseted diners in intimate surroundings. Wine Spectator's Harvey Steiman explains.
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