Oldest restaurant in Dc. Excellent old tavern ambiance. Good food and reasonable prices. Excellent service all around.
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Martin's is a very nice comfortable spot to grab a meal a little way off of M street and not a far walk from Georgetown's campus. The food is good, and if you're lucky enough to get one of the special tables then you can...More
We were strolling down Wisconsin Avenue and stumbled on Martin's tavern. We had lunch with my son and had Meatloaf, Beef Chili and a Ruben sandwich. Like I said, good food, good people, good price!!
This was one of the best restaurants I have been to in a very long time! The food is fabulous, but the ambiance and history are even better. There is a man who came over to our table and told us all about the history...More
Martin's is very much a family bar. Lots of locals and regulars pack this joint. Its very tight space and initially not "cozy" to the eyes. But stay a while and you'll feel like you're on an episode of CHEERS, where everybody knows your name....More
Had reservations for 6, at 3:30,we got tied up at Arlington Cemetery. I called and canceled, and just tried to get a walk in table. 6-6:30 Place was packed. We waited a while and two,tables opened up outside. Even though it was a little “cool”...More