A Look at The Capital’s
Meet the new Experience at Reagan National’s Terminal A! With the recent openings of District and Page, we have taken a terrific step forward in the transformation of the historic D.C. terminal.
From the moment we introduced the transition program last year, our entire team has put in outstanding efforts to set a new standard for travelers flying in and out of our nation’s capital. To see these endeavors reach fruition brings immense satisfaction to all, and serves as a timely reminder of all we’ve achieved in an amazingly short time.
In the coming months, we will continue to introduce a state-of-the-art tech- and culinary-rich guest experience that includes dining concepts from acclaimed local chefs Jeff Tunks and Robert Wiedmaier.
Located pre-security, District allows our guests to dine with non-flying friends and relatives before their flights. The integration of our signature tech throughout keeps travelers at ease and connected to their flight information.
District features a noticeably modern design, providing the 690-square-foot venue with red lacquered walls and walnut wood bands interwoven with accent lighting strips, while tufted Ferrari-inspired leather bar stools provide guests with ample comfort.
Specialties include the Mediterranean plate consisting of sundried tomato hummus, grape leaves and marinated olives, a kale Caesar salad, Maine lobster roll, vegan quinoa burger, and much more.
A cornerstone of the DCA Experience, Page features a chef collaboration and design that are equally bold and exciting.
Chef Carla Hall, best known for her vibrant and engaging personality on Bravo’s ‘Top Chef’ and ABC’s ‘The Chew,’ partnered with us to bring local flair and fare to the comfort food menu. Her influence on this concept elevates the offering, and provides a cachet that is generating excitement – with the following ‘Good Morning Washington’ segment as proof!
Chefs Carla Hall & OTG’s Billy McCormick talk DCA on ‘Good Morning Washington’
Ideally located in the center of the boarding gates, travelers can pull up to Page and immediately charge their devices at outlets available at each seat, and order food from any one of the 75 plus iPad situated throughout the restaurant. This is a bold and modern update to the iconic terminal, a revamp clearly at pains to preserve the historically unique architecture.