America Eats Tavern
America Eats Tavern
  • Address:
    1700 Tysons Boulevard
    The Ritz-Carlton Hotel
    Mclean, VA 22102
    Neighborhood:
    Tysons Corner / McLean
  • Cuisine:
    American
    Price: $31 to $50

America Eats Tavern

  • Dining Style: Casual Elegant
  • Website: http://www.americaeatstavern.com/
  • Phone: 7037443999x
  • Hours of Operation:
    Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 11:00am


    Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm


    Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 4:30pm - 10:00pm


    Weekend Breakfast/Brunch: Saturday-Sunday: 7:00am - 2:30pm

  • Payment Options: AMEX,Diners Club,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
  • Cuisine: American
  • Executive Chef: Nate Waugaman
  • Dress Code: Smart Casual
  • Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
  • Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Smoking Area, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine

Getting there

  • Cross Street: Galleria Place
  • Parking: Hotel Parking
  • Parking Details: Valet parking is available at the entrance of the Ritz Carlton. The charge for valet is $4. Parking is also available in the adjacent parking garages. Validation is provided for parking in the garages free of charge.
A word from America Eats Tavern
Under the direction of renowned chef José Andrés, America Eats Tavern pays tribute to the country’s culinary legacy with a sophisticated menu reflecting native ingredients and classic dishes throughout history. Here you’ll find traditional variations of soups and salads, sandwiches, seafood and meats, as well as innovative creations by José and his team. An expansive seafood bar, variety of oyster dishes and selection of local hams reflect local and historical roots to complement the menu's seasonal offerings. A drink menu traces the evolution of the cocktail in America throughout a range of eras, while the wine list highlights local and remarkable vineyards and producers throughout the nation. America Eats Tavern’s patriotic and stylishly artistic setting within The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner is the perfect setting for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and serves as the ideal gathering place for and around the Northern Virginia and the Washington area.
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  • Diners' Choice WinnerMost Booked
America Eats Tavern reviews from OpenTable diners
230 reviews since May 3, 2014
Overall Rating3.7
  • Food3.8
    Service3.8
  • Ambiance3.8
    Noise LevelModerate
71% of reviewers would recommend this restaurant to a friend.
fit for foodies (108)great for lunch (72)great for brunch (65)good for groups (55)special occasion (54)neighborhood gem (42)hot spot (34)vibrant bar scene (24)notable wine list (21)kid-friendly (20)romantic (8)late-night find (3)scenic view (2)great for outdoor dining (1)Show More
  • Good time and food
    paulie
    Dined on 8/27/2014
    The place was humming and had a lot of background noise. The layout was very clean and simple. The open kitchen design was very nice. Service was good and attentive. Food was very good and offered good modern takes on traditional American dishes.
    Special Features:
    good for groups, vibrant bar scene
    • Food
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • not worth the money!
    hatetocook
    Dined on 8/27/2014
    We greatly looked forward to trying this restaurant which has gotten alot of hype. We were mightliy disappointed. The wine list was sparse for moderately priced wines. The restaurant did not offer many mixed drinks which are standard like mojitos even though the bar from the Ritz Carleton ( where the restaurant is located) is right across the lobby. The food was mediocre and the portions quite small; however, the prices are quite big! As soon as one of our group finished eating, one after another wait staff came over to try to take all of our plates. WE finally just had to tell them to leave us along. Lastly, they tried to charge us $4 each for the valet parking which they had told us on the phone was free. we will not return.
    Special Features:
    kid-friendly
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Loved It!
    Disappointed
    Dined on 8/24/2014
    Service was great and food was wonderful--especially the pot pie.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, fit for foodies, great for lunch, notable wine list
    • Food
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • DCFanVIP
    Dined on 8/24/2014
    This was my first time at America Eats and it was a great experience....I went there for lunch and the food and service was terrific!
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, fit for foodies, neighborhood gem
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Disappointing
    Quickieinnyc
    Dined on 8/24/2014
    This was my second time at this restaurant. First time (when it foirst opened) food was great, service was great. This time, not such a great experience. Food was Ok, service was Ok. For this restauranteure and for these prices, I expect much better.
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Eatwell825VIP
    Dined on 8/23/2014
    It was extremely hot in the restaurant, the service was very slow and it took forever to be served and cleared. The food was good - hush puppies, shrimp and grits, Mac and Cheese. The Pot Pie had a great table side presentation but had no flavor. It was very disappointing.
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  • maybe it'll be better later..,
    moresauerkrautpleaseVIP
    Dined on 8/23/2014
    The service was very nice. My friend and I had our brunch at the bar so I could see the drinks were made with a lot of attention. Unfortunately, the dishes looked nice but didn't taste as nice as they looked. The Cobb salad got soggy very quickly and the egg brioche dish was also soggy and lacked flavor. Maybe things will even out later; it's a nice looking place.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, great for lunch
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • At the Ritz?
    WoodmanVIP
    Dined on 8/22/2014
    The appearance and menu of America Eats is decidedly un-Ritz like. Is this venerable high end hotel group seeking a younger clientele? If so, it may be on the right track. The menu is based on various American recipes from the past, including Fannie Farmer. The results are surprisingly good. Our party of four found all the courses more than acceptable, and a number were exceptional. The oysters and scallops are good bets. A plate of cured hams for the table made a great start.
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Trying Too Hard
    Libby
    Dined on 8/21/2014
    The ambience was enthusiastic, but the design questionable and the noise level high. Our server was very, very polite and very ineffective, forgetting three things during the meal - the cocktails, which arrived after the first course, the vegetable with one entree and the sauce with another. The food was OK, but the salad was swimming in dressing. In total it was disappointing, especially after having such expectations.
    • Food
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Very Good But Could Do Better
    Alphonse
    Dined on 8/19/2014
    Jose Andres is great, but Tom Sietsema is right in his evaluation. For us, the basket of breads was blah - the biscuits were flat, not flaky; the corn muffin needed jalapeno or bacon; and the white bread was just that. Don't know what the intention of the jam-butter combination was but perhaps a trio of jams with butter, including Hoppin' John or another spicy one, might be more interesting. The peanut soup, while nice, was a little flat - perhaps a touch of heat is needed. The chicken live pate was too cold, just out of the fridge, so lacked a lot of taste; the presentation was fine, however. The chicken pot pie had good ingredients but was bland - it needed a pinch of salt and an herb, perhaps sage.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, good for groups, special occasion, great for lunch, neighborhood gem
    • Food
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Great new option in Tysons!
    WinendineVIP
    Dined on 8/19/2014
    We enjoyed a nice meal here this week (2 work colleagues' dinner). Food selections are numerous albeit this is not your typical 'starter-main-dessert' kind of place. Lots of options to mix and match but make sure that is what you are looking for. We shared grilled oysters which were terrific, then soup/salad and then a 'to follow' course as our main. Portions are substantial. Dessert is fun and fresh. My only complaint here is the service. There were either three people hovering over our table ready to whisk away our plates at the last mouthful --or no one in sight! Some staff had difficulty with simple requests: 'fresh lemons' or 'the wine list'. I am hopeful this will work it self out as the staff settles in after the opening.
    Special Features:
    kid-friendly, good for groups, great for lunch, neighborhood gem
    • Food
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Enjoyable, but not his best
    keb88
    Dined on 8/18/2014
    I was really excited to try this place out, considering I've been to a couple of his restaurants before, and I LOVE Jaleo. The food was all good, but pretty much every dish was good but not great. Everything had some competent missing, and the quality of the food just did not match the price. I'd go back if I wasn't paying, but would much prefer to go somewhere else.
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
  • Work in progress
    BirdVIP
    Dined on 8/17/2014
    Tried it for restaurant week-- first courses salad and "canned" salmon excellent, main course soft shell crab sandwich underwhelming.... Superb "American" chocolate cake-- from a non-fan of cake for dessert. That said, far too loud to truly converse comfortably with my companion (we are both north of 50).. and the staff could benefit from more training.
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Only mediocre...
    VAdinerVIP
    Dined on 8/17/2014
    We finally dined at America Eats after hearing lots about it. The decor is lovely, but the food is only mediocre. You pay for bread - $6. I had the $16 She Crab Soup which was very very small and not at all what the server had explained. The soft shell crab sandwich was good, but the accompanying potato chips (no fries at this place!) were disappointing with a strange greasy taste and too much black pepper. There is no kids menu - another huge disappointment. Kids shouldn't have to pay $19 for a burger! It's new, and hopefully some things will change.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, hot spot
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    • Noise LevelCannot Recall
  • Not to be missed!
    C123VIP
    Dined on 8/17/2014
    The ambience is fun and inviting. The food is delicious (American classics elevated and executed to perfection). Think waffles and ice cream to start followed by golden fried chicken. Portion sizes are generous. Finally found a place I'm excited to return to.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, fit for foodies, good for groups, great for lunch, neighborhood gem
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Loved it!
    diningalfresco
    Dined on 8/17/2014
    We wanted brunch prior to seeing a movie at Tysons, and didn't realize they would have a Restaurant Week brunch menu which was an unexpected surprise. We loved all the food, and the service was fantastic! Delicious mini waffles, blueberries & ice cream for me and chicken liver pate for my husband as first course. Entrees were the fried chicken & "slaw" - crunchiest chicken ever. Ate only the breast and brought the rest home for later. Also had the shrimp & grits - not to my taste, but my husband loved it. Brought home slices of carrot cake (just OK) and chocolate cake (very good) for later. A very enjoyable experience!
    Special Features:
    great for brunch
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • food bad, service worse
    simplydelish
    Dined on 8/16/2014
    Wanted to try AE as we heard good things. Limited RW choices did not provide a good value. Hush puppies were greasy and tasteless. Mutton was cold and had more fat than meat. Potatoes were rock hard raw, ugh! But 4 oysters served with it were great! The lobster roll bread was good, buttery and warm. But the lobster filling was runny and lacked flavor. No celery, just lots of Mayonnaise. Our waiter was non existent. He never came by to ask how the food was and he ignored us when we tried to get his attention. The noise was deafening so perhaps he was just shell shocked. He didn't comment when he saw all of the food that was left on our plates as it was inedible. Long waits between courses. Overall a very poor dining experience.
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Only an opinion and we all have one
    Dinnermate
    Dined on 8/16/2014
    Too bad, but it seems like just another chef gets accolades for past experience. I was not impressed with the menu selection. The Caesar salad was good, most filling with large shavings of Parmesan, and anchovies, but just a salad. The beef in the steak tartar was made table side and a nice production but the beef was too bulky. Where were the capers? It was served with rolls with a slightly sweet flavor, too rich, which did not mix well. The wine list was nice, though pricy. The noise level was extremely high, but not a surprise from reading others reviews. Would I go back? No. I can say I've been there if I wanted to be an elitist, but I would rather go for the delicious food, not the reputation of the chef's past.
    Special Features:
    hot spot
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    • Noise LevelCannot Recall
  • Surprisingly Good
    eastcoastvoyagerVIP
    Dined on 8/16/2014
    After all the poor reviews I was prepares to be disappointed but we had a great time. We were seated in a smaller room with a view of the kitchen so we were not bothered by noise. It was Restaurant Week so the $35 set menu was a deal. The 3 of us all had different courses and we were happy with all of them. Service was a bit ragged but overall OK. The hostess had quiet the attitude but we just laughed. We would definite try it again.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, good for groups, hot spot, vibrant bar scene
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    • Noise LevelCannot Recall
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Outstanding food!
    DCregularVIP
    Dined on 8/16/2014
    Ladies and gentlemen, look no further, the food here is as good as it gets. I recommend the shrimp and grits and fried chicken. Fantastic place! Jose did it again, he is the best chef ever.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, special occasion, great for lunch, neighborhood gem, hot spot
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Not Bad...
    Bekios
    Dined on 8/16/2014
    This was my first visit to America Eats Tavern. It wasn't bad. The food was plentiful and well prepared. I had a Waldorf salad which was very fresh. I also had the fried chicken with "cole slaw". The slaw was very good but the chicken, while crispy, was clearly deep fried a bit too much for my taste.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, great for lunch
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Wonderful Brunch
    unseen18VIP
    Dined on 8/16/2014
    It was a very pleasant surprise to dine at the new America Eats Tavern. The food, service and ambiance were wonderful. We had brunch which was great. The extensive menu offered many choices. We will definitely return to try more dishes.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, good for groups, great for lunch, neighborhood gem, vibrant bar scene
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Great first impression
    diner
    Dined on 8/15/2014
    We were seated immediately on arrival, a very good start. Though it was Restaurant Week, we stuck with the standard menu because our party of 4 wanted to try several different things. America Eats offers one of the most complete Restaurant Week menus, with a good selection of entrees, in contrast to many restaurants who offer a stingy, limited selection which undermines the point of Restaurant Week to draw in first-time customers and entice them to return. The drinks were strong and delicious - I loved my Green Acres w/ vodka, cucumber and grapefruit. Every dish we picked was a winner - oysters, steak tartare, Waldorf salad, shrimp and grits, fried chicken, blackened scallops, braised short ribs - and our server was BOSS. We'll be back!
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, good for groups, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Good Food but a little pricey
    MikeandLoVIP
    Dined on 8/15/2014
    We came in because of Restaurant Week but after looking over the menu we decided the regular menu was a better choice. Overall the good was very good. I cannot say it was outstanding and memorable but it was very good and different that more places. We started with the Steak Tartar and it was prepared tableside which was unique but the overall flavor was not exciting. For the entrées, we have the Short Ribs and the Chicken Pot Pie. Both were hefty portions and very tasty. We will be back to try some of the other items but it is not a "must return" to on our list.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, fit for foodies, good for groups, great for lunch
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
  • Good food and great service
    asdfVIP
    Dined on 8/14/2014
    We had a table of four for restaurant week, and were seated in the small adjoining room with a handful of tables. The atmosphere was quiet since we were the only ones in that room, and the service was excellent. We chose to eat the restaurant week menu, which was limited in scope but excellent. Looking over the rest of the menu, there were a number of dishes that sounded great. I look forward to going back and trying some of the rest.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, good for groups, special occasion, neighborhood gem
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • all american
    OpenTable Diner Since 2002VIP
    Dined on 8/14/2014
    great food. mac n cheese is amazing! nice that the wines are US based
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  • Loved it.
    OpenTable Diner Since 2008VIP
    Dined on 8/14/2014
    I loved the ambiance and the service. Pillows on my covered bench seat, and drinks from Ball jars. The food was very good as well. l will return.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Outstanding!
    OpenTable Diner Since 2014
    Dined on 8/14/2014
    We decided to try American Eats for our anniversary dinner after hearing great reviews. We couldn't have been happier! Our meals were phenomenal - we were able to take advantage of the restaurant week menu and had the Mac and Cheese, Waldorf Salad, Wings, Mutton and Blackened Scallops - everything was perfection. Service was also outstanding - the manager even came over to kindly wish us a happy anniversary. We will be visiting again!
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, romantic, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Great Restaurant!
    WilliamVIP
    Dined on 8/14/2014
    We really enjoyed this restaurant. The food was outstanding - high quality American food. From oysters to burgers, shrimp and grits to mutton, we were very impressed. The service was excellent. Al was our server and he was as detailed as he was caring. Thank you for a great visit. We will be back!
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, fit for foodies, special occasion, great for lunch, hot spot, vibrant bar scene, notable wine list
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • We really liked it!
    scjordiVIP
    Dined on 8/13/2014
    After reading so many so-so reviews, we were very pleasantly surprised. Everything exceeded our expectations.....especially the service. We chose the restaurant week menu and everything was great, the Caesar salad was outstanding, as was the pot pie and blue cheese burger. The chocolate cake and carrot cake were good but nothing special. The cocktails were top drawer. It is a fun and warm atmosphere but the acoustics are bad.....it is really loud. We like the bigger dining room with the open kitchen better than the other vignettes. We will definitely return.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, fit for foodies, neighborhood gem, hot spot, vibrant bar scene
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Richard
    Dined on 8/13/2014
    Wonderful dinner. Great care in presentation (caesar had large pieces of romaine--the classic way) and top-notch ingredients (home grown tomato and thin, great tasting bread for soft-shell sandwich). Chicken pot pie filled with tender ckicken and redolent with rich chicken stock and herbs (thyme). One of the very best pot pies we ever had outside the home.
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    fit for foodies
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • America Eats Tavern
    GoingOut
    Dined on 8/13/2014
    Great dinning; food, service, and environment. The dining room was noisy
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, good for groups, late-night find, neighborhood gem
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Expensive comfort food
    MissEVIP
    Dined on 8/13/2014
    Minuscule overpriced cocktails (but tasty). Very loud and hard to hear at table. Waitress could not wait to give us the bill and be rid of us. We didn't want tea/coffee but ordered it just because she seemed intent on scurrying us out.
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    vibrant bar scene
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
  • Nice first experience
    OpenTable Diner Since 2014
    Dined on 8/12/2014
    Incredible mac n' cheese (normally hate it!) and excellent steak tartare. Eggs Benedict with pork belly was fantastic as was the Mutton with oysters. Do not miss the fried chicken - moist and crunchy, which is difficult to achieve. The only MAJOR complaint is the wine list - there needs to be many more choices which are affordable. I would return only when the wine list comes in line with the excellent food.
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  • Food Just OK
    Novadiner
    Dined on 8/12/2014
    I expected more from this restaurant but found the food and presentation mediocre. Beet salad was just a pile of greens with a few tiny cut up beets and way too much syrupy dressing. The small slice of salmon had a nice flavor but was just sitting on a few cut up baby cucumbers which were nothing more than just raw cucumbers. Rather odd. It was restaurant week and I thought maybe they could just not handle the crowd, which is no excuse. Staff all quite pleasant.
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  • America Eating Well.
    DJDinerVIP
    Dined on 8/12/2014
    My friend and I decided to give America Eats a try during restaurant week. We hoped Jose Andres new restaurant would live up to his reputation and we were not disappointed. The roomy seating arrangements and open kitchen made for a most welcoming ambiance. And that "twist " on classic American cuisine was artfully and deliciously carried out. We shared the canned salmon - Mac and cheese - lobster roll and chicken pot pie and savored every bite. Would have liked a bit more of that tasty mustard which I assume was house made. The carrot cake and chocolate cake were ordinary. Would have liked to try other desserts. The noise level was rather high but not extremely loud. All in all a most satisfying dining experience. Hope to return
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, good for groups, great for lunch, neighborhood gem
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Great food,but needs wok on service
    SatGuy
    Dined on 8/11/2014
    The food was great as 3 of us tried different tastings from the Restaurant Week menu, from the lamb and oysters to the softshell crab sandwich to the chicken pot pie. The service needs work, but since the restaurant has only been opened for a short time, I can understand they are still learning. Before our appetizers were finished they came with the main courses. We had to rush eating our appetizers to finish. We thoght maybe they were trying to rush us out to seat more people, but that could not have been the case as people left, the tables were not being re-occupied. This was a Monday night. We ordered cocktails, but were in no rush to order dinner as we hate to have the food arrive before we have finished our cocktail.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, fit for foodies, good for groups, special occasion, notable wine list
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Uneven food, amateurish service
    1stdiner
    Dined on 8/10/2014
    The Washington Post is right - the bread basket is amazing but we had to ask our server to bring it before the food. He really seemed not to know a lot of basic stuff, like people want their bread right away. Service was a little slow but most importantly, the food was mostly disappointing. My eggs "benedick" were virtually tasteless; the hollandaise definitely had no lemon in it and probably no butter and the fried green tomatoes were flavorless. No tartness at all. The chef should spend more time tasting the food and less time making foamy sauces which look interesting but have no flavor. Really hope things improve because the ambience is nice.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, great for lunch
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Friday date night
    AmEats
    Dined on 8/8/2014
    American eats is a fun, casual place to dine. We enjoyed our evening there. Food was good, but not great. In part I think is because of the food genre of the tavern. Old American food is interesting but food prep has evolved for a reason; some dishes weren't good enough to stick around. The drinks however, we're fantastic. Interesting and delicious. I'd try it again and maybe do a different assortment of food (we stayed away from the larger entrées, in favor of splitting several smaller dishes. Next time will try the ribs or pot pie or jambalaya). To recap: interesting and fun yes. Food was so so. Service was energetic (almost too energetic). I'll give a positive recommendation based on the overall experience.
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    fit for foodies
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    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • best food ever
    bakerman
    Dined on 8/8/2014
    I eat all over the dc area. I've had some of the best food around. This, hands down, is, the, best, food, I've had, in a long time, since I ate at a place called minibar. Does anyone know who owns minibar? Oh wait. @joseandres does. I strongly suggest you try any one of his places. This is truly how food should be done.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, kid-friendly, fit for foodies, good for groups, great for outdoor dining, special occasion, great for lunch, late-night find, scenic view, neighborhood gem, hot spot, vibrant bar scene, notable wine list
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.