Walking around U street corridor and popped in for a drink. The bar was half full and very dark. There was no A/C so it was hot and muggy inside. We asked for vodka soda and the club soda was flat. They did find a...More
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Brunch in DC is a serious event. Many of the best places require a reservation. 14th St is always hopping, so it was a delight to be able to cruise into Saint Ex on a Sunday at 1P and be able to get an outside...More
While we only had cocktails it was a fun, hip, friendly gathering spot. The bourbon "Suffering Bastar..." and "New York Sour II" were yummy.
Met friends for brunch. French toast, omelet and burger, eggs benedict. All were very good. Fresh, tasty fruit on the side. A little pricy, but expected in DC. limited seating inside, but ample seating outside, weather permitting. A place for young adults to congregate and...More
We were attracted to this restaurant by the Lagunita's sign - we had eaten at the Lagunita's factory bar in Chicago - We dropped by at this place for brunch and were disappointed at the limited offerings and the larger than modest prices. My wife...More
Saint Ex is not a safe place. My girlfriend and I had a horrible experience here and the worst part is that security were the ones responsible.This happened on Sunday, April 15, 2017. My girlfriend and I were having our last drink of the night...More
I went to this bar last Saturday night (morning of Sunday, April 16th) and had the terrible experience of having my shirt untied twice by a guy who thought it was OK for him to decide when to undress me. At the beginning I thought...More
Cozy place to have a beer and some great food. Staff was friendly with excellent service. Had the burger and NY strip steak and they were excellent!
After shopping at Room & Board across the street, we ducked into Cafe Saint-Ex for lunch. My wife LOVED her tuna salad with cranberries, egg and tiny potatoes. I wasn't quite as wild about my pulled pork sandwich, but the pork, cucumber slices, cheese and...More