Stopped in for a beer and burger when visiting National Harbor. Super friendly staff even though they were very busy.
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We had my birthday brunch there on Memorial Day Sunday. The Crab Benedict is very good. One of the best I've had. The Old Bay Hollandaise is delicious and the crab cake had very little filler. Did not try the Bloody Mary bar or bottomless...More
The happy our is well worth going for. Half price for appetizers -- we had buffalo wings, cornbread, tacos, steak egg rolls (I forget the exact name). All fantastic. Sharing amongst several of us, we were quite full and each spent just about $10 on...More
This is a typical retail big box tourist captive sit down casual restaurant. The portions are ample and prices are slightly above average. I had the crab cake sandwhich, and it was fair. The fries were quite good though.
nice size salads, good appetizers, loved the crab dip! good customer service - needs to add gluten free options to the menu
Drinks are good but a bit pricey, music was too loud and not enjoyable, was loud hip hop rap music and no variety. Outdoor area was comfortable but could use an overhang to cover from rain. Only went here since it was the only place...More
We had appetizers and drinks. The steak bruschetta was phenomenal as was the salad. The drinks are on the more expensive side ($9 for a draft beer I believe and $12 for a mojito). Staff was excellent.
Was pleasantly surprised by quality of food and service. Only place open late Sunday night in National Harbor for food. Food and service were excellent. Would definitely recommend and return again.
National Harbor has plenty of options for dining or cocktails. Public House is at top of my list for both. Located a few steps from the Gaylord Convention Center, it has inside and outside seating options with a large bar surrounded by classic oval booths...More