This is a very quirky hipster bar with tons of beer selections and mad max being played on the TV right next to a Virginia / Duke game. Dark, quiet, and cool diner chairs make it an ideal spot to relax. It had geeks on...More
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They have a nice variety of drinks and food, and the staff is pretty friendly too. The furniture is pretty old and somewhat uncomfortable though, and the food is absolutely over-priced. However, it's a good place to relax for an hour after a long day.
We went there for a few drinks after hearing about the extensive beer menu. All was good until we ended up having to wait way too long for someone to attend to us . It was a full bar that spans the entire place and...More
Recommended by friends in DC. Excellent selection of beers and great food. Great service. Went for Sunday brunch. Tried the chicken and waffles; was told that it’s a”Southern thing.” Really good! Friends are also raving about the steak and eggs. Reasonable prices, which is saying...More
I don't think it's been around for ten years yet but it feels like an old local favorite. Churchkey has an incredible selection of domestic and international craft beers of a wide variety of styles. They frequently have specialty events on Tuesdays and Thursdays like...More
Been here a few times and have always LOVED The beer selection both on tap and in the bottle. Would recommend to any connoisseur as there is a massive selection.
We were at Churchkey for a quick bit before the theater. We ate at the bar since we did not have reservation. Food was great and the menu had something for everyone.
Be careful not to mistake the restaurant Downstairs for Churchkey. Go upstairs and you will find a very cool, eclectic place. It’s open, rustic, loud, laid back, and awesome. The churchkey burger (with the egg) is the BEST I’ve ever had—you must treat yourself to...More