Visited on a late-Sunday morning for brunch and had the chicken and waffles. They were delicious! Service is also great and the menu is reasonably priced. I would return to try other dishes.
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My wife and I visited the Evening Star Cafe for Sunday brunch. Both of us were disappointed in the food and service. We were seated within 5 minutes but then waited almost 20 just for drinks. Fortunately, we were not in a rush, so it...More
The Evening Star is in a lovely central Del Ray location, with nice outside seating and a really cool outdoor bar called "The Front Porch" attached. The interior is a mix between a diner and country restaurant. Unfortunately, the menu is a far too limited...More
I love Evening Star. I have never had a bad meal. For brunch there are not many gluten free options for for dinner there are, you just have to ask the right questions. The chef is knowledgeable about even the hidden gluten in some of...More
We came for brunch around 11AM on a Sunday, and although it was full, we were seated immediately. We split one of the toffee cinnamon rolls, which was very tasty. The sausage breakfast sandwich was also very good. It is quite tall, and I ended...More
Evening Star Cafe is a funky, colorful place to grab a delicious meal. I enjoyed a fantastic brunch here, and loved the artsy atmosphere with unique art covering the walls. Service was quick and friendly, and I would love to return and try more of...More
I had read some mediocre reviews but my daughter encouraged us to go because they had previously had good meals. I usually defer to Trip Advisor but we decided to give Evening Star a chance. The 5 of us (including 3 adult children) all chose...More
Great venue during restaurant week. I had the pork chop which was really great with mash potatoes. Wife had beef stew which was also excellent. If you are in Alexandria stop here. Expect to spend around $80 for 2 people.