The place is decorated in great history photos. Had braised short rib and was cooked well and the mashed potatoes were well made. Bartender appeared to be covering the tables and was on top of getting us what we needed.
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Out shooting abandoned buildings for a photo project and looked for a place close to grab lunch. Food was great. We had crab nachos that had nice flavor. I had a gyro with local lamb that was very good. My partner had the WTF burger. It was cooked perfectly and lived up to its spicy reputation. Clean quaint place. Only... More
Went to Dead Presidents with friends who were visiting from out of town. While it was loud, the service was excellent and the food was fantastic. Had the soup special (crab corn chowder) and the crab cake. Both very yummy. Prices were extremely fair.
Walking distance from house we rented and great spot to watch the Nats beat the Dodgers. Food is typical pub fare and the drinks are very good. Not a spot for small kids but for adults looking for decent food and a causal friendly atmosphere it is a good spot.
This is a pretty good, quiet place for brunch. Reasonably priced, too. Unique and classic choices for brunch (things like scrapple, for example). The atmosphere is pretty neat, too. As the name would imply, lots of emphasis on presidents in the decor. It's classy without being "shove-down-your-throat" patriotic.
Recently stopped in for dinner while in town for the weekend. The drink menu was extensive with many different beer and wine choices. The menu was also extensive offering many different types of sandwiches, burgers, paninis and dinners. Although we didn't see any ghosts while we were there, reading about the history definitely added to our visit. Worth the stop... More
We visited this bar because we didn't want to go to Trolley, the Riverfront nor downtown and decided to try something on Union St. There was a mix of people and ages. It was not the youngest, hippest crowd nor the oldest. The food was ok pub food named for different past Presidents which is why I'm not rating it... More
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