This place has a great book store and a variety of comfortable places to sit. It can be noisy, and the food (we have been there several times) is just ok. The drinks are good. It is a must stop for visitors to the area...More
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Had a long wait on a Sunday afternoon, but we had a big group (12) and place PACKED on a Sunday afternoon. Food was great and staff was helpful and extremely accommodating. Plenty of really great options & looking forward to being back. Lived up...More
Inspired by Langston Hughes - fabulous! Absolutely loved this place, and if I lived in DC, I would likely visit all the time! Huge place in the middle of downtown. It's combine with a bookstore so you can shop for books and read while you...More
Eggs with a weird dairy tang. Dry toast. Mediocre potatoes. PLUS, be prepared to be bombarded by hostile political imagery. Why would anyone ever some hear? Who wants an overly stylized drawing of Steve Bannon looking at you during Sunday brunch? Also, keep your kids...More
This is such a cool place. I loved the decor and the underlying meaning of the restaurant. Food is outrageously good. I had the Brussels sprouts and sea bass sandwich with sweet potato fries. Really good! Service was excellent. I will definitely be back.
Casual dining inddor or outdoor. Fast service and good pricing. Good selection of drinks. Large portions with fresh vegetables. Nice waiter who helped us make a good choise.
Went there with my partner. The waitress was lovely and really open to give us advice (it was our 1st time there). Dessert was amazing and decor and ambiance fantastic. Highly recommended it.
This was my second visit here and the first time I had to send a dish back. I ordered the Sweet Potato Hash which consisted of brown rice, kale, diced sweet potatoes, a poached eggs and seasonings After a taking a small fork full, the...More
I stopped into Busboys and Poets for a quick breakfast at the bar. The bartender was friendly and attentive. My eggs, home fries, and toast breakfast was yummy. I paired that with fresh-squeezed OJ.