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In an abundance of caution and in support of the DHS mandate, we will be closed until further notice.

We wish health and safety to you and your families. Thank you for all your support.

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Team Via Sophia

About Via Sophia

Via Sophia channels the best of Italy through top ingredients, signature dishes, excellent service, and inspired designs. Experience Italian authenticity in the heart of downtown D.C.

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Our Hours

Via Sophia is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Monday – Sunday: 7am – 11am
Monday – Sunday: 11am – 3pm
Monday – Friday: 4pm – 630pm
Monday – Saturday: 5pm – Midnight
Sunday: 5pm – 11pm
Saturday – Sunday, 11am – 3pm




Monday: closed
Tuesday: 5pm – 11pm
Wednesday: 5pm – 11pm
Thursday: 5pm – Midnight
Friday: 5pm – Midnight
Saturday: 5pm – Midnight
Sunday: closed

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Our Team

With a commitment to craftsmanship, our Via Sophia team works hard behind the scenes to deliver a seamless dining experience.

Here, the focus is on quality, consistency, and hospitality. We use only the freshest of ingredients for our made-from-scratch Italian dishes. And we pride ourselves on creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere for every guest, any time of day.

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Our Chef

Chef Colin Clark’s culinary career began at an early age, working summers at the Jersey Shore as a dishwasher and line cook. After high school, Colin worked as a line cook at Smith & Wollensky on Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia. He then joined STARR Restaurants at the critically acclaimed French Bistro Parc, where he developed a deep appreciation for classic French technique.

During the next spent three years, Colin worked for James Beard award-winning Chef Mark Vetri. It was Vetri, along with his co-chef and partner Brad Spence, who instilled in Colin a lifelong affinity for the traditional Italian culinary art and technique of making pasta, bread, and charcuterie.

In 2013, Colin rejoined STARR to open Le Diplomate in Washington, D.C., where he met his greatest culinary influence Brinn Sinnott. When Brinn left Le Diplomate two years later to assume the helm at Fiola Mare, Colin quickly joined him, ultimately rising to the position of Chef de Cuisine.

A map of downtown Washington D.C. with Hamilton Hotel and Via Sophia Italian restaurant.

Getting Here

Located on the corner of 14th and K Street, in the heart of Washington, D.C.

1001 14th Street NW
Washington, D.C.

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