This month, Bombay Club in Washington, D.C., is celebrating its 20th anniversary. The restaurant (from restaurateur Ashok Bajaj) is well-known as power-dining location, showcasing authentic Indian fare in the nation's capital. With this important birthday, Bombay Club is unveiling a new 24-seat private dining room and an inviting new bar and lounge, designed by Harry Gregory of London-based ARA Design. A new menu by executive chef Nilesh Singhvi has also been unveiled. Bajaj opened Bombay Club, which is situated steps from the White House, in 1988 as D.C.’s first sophisticated Indian restaurant. Over the years, it has served many presidents, celebrities and dignitaries, including President-elect Barak Obama. (Photo credit: Michael Colella)