This was like stepping back in time to an Irish pub. Quaint and lovely (old world). Food was excellent and you beer drinkers will like it also. This is in Georgetown. Was also pleasantly surprised at parking areas.
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This is the pub where JFK proposed to Jackie - now that's real DC history! Good American fare and an active bar help make this a great and cosy dining experience. Try the crab cakes and bread pudding, which were absolutely delish.
Really enjoyed our meals here and loved "hanging out" in the Georgetown area. Parking can be a little tricky but we found a place down the block on the street. Pay close attention to posted parking signs. A good menu and a lot of history...More
We had a late lunch here on Easter Sunday. Somehow we were thinking that we would miss the brunch crowd and thus didn't need a reservation, but the place was packed. They were able to seat us in a small back room area, which we...More
Amazing place, great ambience, food & service .... thought in advance that it maybe touristy (even though I was one!), but it was great.... two brothers running the show were the most natural hosts in the world & their team follow! Great shrimp starter &...More
This place has the feel of a traditional English pub with its dark wood panel finish and the booths that are available to sit in. Many of the booths are named after famous American politicians that have sat in those very booths! The food and...More
Arrived at about 1015 on a Sunday for our reservation. No street parking available and we parked in the garage on the next block on Prospect. Believe it was $6 per hour. Quickly seated in a booth and had a diligent efficient and friendly waiter....More
Came here for dinner on a week night. Everything from the service to the food and atmosphere was wonderful. If in the area I will want to make a point to come back here.