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I picked Nick's for the waterfront location, but was pleasantly surprised by the food and the service. While Nicks is essentially a sports bar, they exceed sports bar expectations. The food was good (especially the salmon). I would eat there again! MoreOpenTable Diner -
An intriguing array of food options, and an unusual wine list to match, featuring specialties from Turkey and surrounding countries. The food was quite good, and they were able to accommodate a large group at the last minute, which I appreciated. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Freddie's is my neighborhood bar. They have an incredible "Crazy Hour" from 4-8pm with great discounts on beverages and bar food. Their papusas are awesome when paired with a drink or two. They have an incredible Sunday brunch that's great to bring your friends with champagne and mimosas. They have great deals of Taco Tuesday and 1/2 price burgers on Wednesday. On Wednesdays, drag bingo also makes it a lot of fun. I can't say enough great things about this place. Freddie is a great guy that does a lot for the Arlington community and the staff really make you feel great. MoreOpenTable Diner -
The service at this lunch was very good. The food was as usual very good too. Just a little more supervision over food quality would have made it perfect. There were no lobster pieces in the lobster bisque. On this occasion there was a large holiday party; think next time I will inquire before booking as the parking lot was very full and hard to park in and the noise level high. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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EM-OI Restaurant at its roots, seeks to capture the spirit of Vietnam, it’s culture and it’s cuisine. Across Vietnam you hear people shout Em-Oi, a phrase used to call out affectionately for someone’s attention. At EM-OI Restaurant we want your attention, to tell our story of the taste and style of Vietnam today. A modern, culturally rich, developing country where what we eat defines the epicenter of our daily routine.
Dining at Em-Oi restaurant is a culinary passport into the spirit and flavor of Vietnam. We use the best of local market seafood, source unique produce, use high quality poultry and meat and present them in recipes designed to give you a culinary tour of Vietnam’s diverse regional cuisine. Our bar offers a well selected wine list, cocktails rich with the spices and flavors that embody SE Asia and beer selections representing Vietnam as well as the local area.More
Kabuto Hibachi Grill & Sushi is a beautifully design new restaurant in the heart of Rockville town square. We have amazing Sushi & Hibachi items that is sure to satisfy every guests desires & palate. State of the art hibachi tables, beautifully design space combined with amazing food and service will make your experience at Kabuto a memorable one.
We look forward to serving you and making Kabuto Hibachi & Sushi one of your favorite places to dine out.
Please keep us in mind for your special gatherings as we have beautiful private dining room options available.
A NEW ERA AS THE NEIGHBORHOOD’S GATHERING SPOT.
The SALLY is a modern American small plates cocktail-centric restaurant/lounge inspired by French trained Chef Ricardo Planas. Located in the DuPont Circle area within the Fairfax at Embassy Row hotel, The SALLY provides locally sourced produce and beef from the DuPont Circle Farmer’s Market and Liberty Delight Farms of Reisterstown Maryland. Chef’s plates are meant for diners to order two or three per person to share. Join us in The SALLY to relax and unwind with a local craft beer or signature cocktail.
Chef’s menu will feature frequently rotated menus based upon seasonal availability of the Mid-Atlantic region.More
Discover Washington, D.C.
An international city with the food chops to show for it, Washington D.C. is brimming with new restaurants, coffee houses and spirited bars. And, while tablecloth dining has it’s place here (diplomats gotta eat), so does the casual yet delicious lunch spot (interns gotta eat, too). Near the Capitol, historic eateries and classic menus are favored by many. Excellent Filipino food can be found in Columbia Heights. Near Georgetown, upscale bistros and farm-to-table spots are the order of the day, and Adams Morgan is home to many international restaurants and locally owned cafes.