A favorite for the Marines at nearby Quantico, nothing special - essentially another greasy spoon on US 1.
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This was our fourth visit to Maj. Rick Spooner’s Globe and Laurel about a mile south of the Marine Heritage Museum. The entire restaurant is dedicated to the history of the Marines and is a must for veterans as well as those interested in history....More
Have eaten here for many years. Food preparation in the last few years has dropped to the point that I say every time I return it will be my last. However, I compare the food on the quality it was in the past. It is...More
Suggested of a friend of a friend. Arrived mid afternoon for lunch on a weekday. One section busy with an event, the other almost empty. Short menu with traditional options; they appeared to have happy specials. My chili was temperature hot, but not spicy; it...More
Go to this place every time I am in town. Always great. Nostalgic and the generations of memorabilia on the walls and ceilings is unmatched. Prime Rib and the Apple Pie and Ice Cream are wonderful.
Had a wonderful dinner with wife at The Globe and Laurel. The place is filled with military and enforcement memorabilia. Very fascinating to look at. Dinner was enjoyable. Great service from Josh, tasty and perfectly prepared prime rib with Caesar salad and baked potatoes. The...More
This trip had a two fold purpose. 1. To have a good meal. 2. To give the Major a piece of history. Now the first goal was achieved. I needed to make reservation's as I needed a wheel chair seating. We arrived at 17300 hours...More
We waited 2.5 hours for our meal which never came. We were offered a free round of drinks, which never came. There were 8 of us, all retired Marines and we were having a reunion. It was horrible!! Never again.