A timeless and effortlessly romantic venue with a rich history engrained deep within its structure. Exposed brick with edges worn and frayed from years of happy gatherings line the walls. The original flooring scuffed and scraped from dancing shoes and spilled champagne. Much like many of the previous couples who have walked through its doors, it is Front Street Cellars and Inn's imperfections that make it quintessential.
Built in 1855, the Front Street Cellars & Inn building was originally the home and shop of tobacconist and wine merchant, Bernard Wiese. Throughout the years, it has been many different residences, as well as over five different bars and restaurants. The rooms above the wine bar at Front Street Inn are named after four of the most notable restaurants and bars - American Bounty, Meriwether’s, 430 West Front, and Femme Osage.
Enjoy a bottle of wine, local spirits and beers, and artisanal cheeses, meats, and other beautifully curated snacks, stay the night in one of our four historically decorated rooms, or both. Whatever you choose, you're sure to enjoy the tranquility of Downtown Washington and views of the Missouri River.