At first, make sure that food on your plate the same in the menu. In our case, we got 1 bratwurst with large bread instead of two, what say in the menu:( and look at the picture I post...; this is a fry potatoes... I...More
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Our go-to for family occasions. We love to sit in their beer garden and play cards while waiting for the food. They close early afternoon on Sundays. Try the variety of beers if not driving. Belgien cuisine which is french influenced.
This is a small place with lots of character. They have indoor and outdoor seating, but the trees shed at times so we opted for the interior. Mimosas were wonderful, along with the quiche and a small salad. The serving size on the quiche was...More
We visited Occoquan on a Sunday after about ten years since our last visit. Avoiding the overcrowded waterfront restaurants, we chose the Bistro. It was a mixed/good experience that I enjoyed more than my wife did. My wife's entree' (an Eggs Benedict Florentine) was far...More
We rarely find a babysitting to go to brunch , so we were excited. There are no reservations, but "call ahead" is allowed the day before. We called ahead. We were on time but told to come back in twenty minutes. When we returned, we...More
I really wanted to like this place. A girlfriend and I decided to meet here for our annual July birthday lunch as somewhere quaint and different than the usual chain restaurant. She ordered one of the mussel dishes and it was good (I got a...More
Tiny but tasty for brunch and casual - casual eating. Then later in the evening it seems to switch to an outdoor drinking and smoking pub with some food.
Who'd have thought that all these would go so well. I got a seasonal cider (ginger peach) and husband got a random beer. Huge selection of Belgium ales! We started with a meat and cheese tray that was delicious! 3 of each, selected for you....More
Vendor at Occoquan Days and went here for a break on Sunday. Beer was okay but the Charcuterie plate sucked! 4 of 3 slices of fatty meats a piece of dry bread with black wilted "greens" and some pickled mushy onions. Couldn't eat, gagged on...More
Very pleasant outdoor setting. Quaint and peaceful. Relaxed vibe. Food was ordinary. Pretzel appetizer was good. Flanders salad with chicken was not great. Only two dressing choices, neither of which were appetizing. Ingredients were bland and uninteresting. Other customers seemed to enjoy the mussel pots.