We had a large group they took care of us very well. Have the oysters and lobster platter. It was great. This is a very historical place. Service was great.
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As a group of 14 we dined here and had a nice time. I was intrigued about the history of the place and it was once an old saloon. It was busy and they managed to accommodate us, albeit at different tables. We had a variety of meals and they were all excellent. The only thing was that the waiter... More
Late lunch after doing tours. We love Oysters on half shell but rarely get them it was half price so tried two from each region they offered that day. Also had a great salad - fennel and fresh oranges and a lemon vingarette
Simply love this restaurant. The staff is really attentive and the food is unique and tasty. It's a little pricy to eat here so be aware. 2 people will easily spend over $100. If you are visiting D.C., this should be on your list.
My family has continued a tradition of going to Ebbitt's at Christmas time each year. We make reservations for a late afternoon lunch, then visit the National Christmas Tree site nearby. Ebbitt's has a uniquely festive atmosphere with a diverse menu. Portions are more than adequate and service is always pleasant. Never disappoints!
I used to work at Treasury right across the street and out of all the places we loved most OEG was our favorite. Their weekly lunch menu was always great, but on Friday they used to sale a garlic Chicken that was absolutely divine. I took a date their one evening and it was an entire new atmosphere from our... More
This is a high end old american style restaurant. The food was delicious and fresh. Service was great. Be sure to make a reservation.
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I've been to dinner here and enjoyed it immensely. I remember it being quite noisy, which didn't bother me. I am, however, trying to decide if the Cabinet Room will accommodate a group of 50, and if the noise level is the same downstairs in this room as this will be a family/friends gathering after a funeral at Arlington Cemetery. It will be a celebration of life, and we can be a rowdy bunch of Irish people for sure, but I just want to be sure it is low-volume enough for those who want to speak or read something on behalf of my father (the deceased) so everyone can hear.
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