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Reservations at the Members Dining Room

Members of the public are able to book reservations in the U.S. House of Representatives Members’ Dining Room during periods in which the House is not in session. Reservations for the Members’ Dining Room are available through OpenTable.

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When is the Members’ Dining Room open to the public?
The Members’ Dining Room is open to the public when the House is not is session. The House schedule, available here, is subject to change.

How do I make reservations?
Reservations for the Members’ Dining Room are available on OpenTable. Availability will be determined by the House schedule.

Are walk-ins available?
While reservations are recommended, walk-ins are available on a first-come, first-serve basis when the House is not in session.

How do I access the Members’ Dining Room?
Enter through the Visitors and Official Business Entrance (South Entrance) on the House side. Check in at the Appointments Desk and you will be directed to the Members’ Dining Room.

Is there a dress code?
Visitors to the Members’ Dining Room as asked to dress “business casual.”