We will be offering our traditional Southern brunch menu along with our famous Taste the South, family style pre-fixe brunch menu for parties of 7 or more.
Sunday, May 13, 2018
Excellent service. Unique menu that was really good. Recommend the chicken and waffle, Fried Okra app & Cheese grits. The Milk Stout cocktail was smooth and special.
Kitchen was extremely slow with not alot of patrons in restaurant. Waitress did give my daughter a free lemonade for the wait. Food was good. Love the fried green tomatoes w/ arugula.
The Brunch menu is pricey. Mimosas are usually $2 - $3 on Sundays. The mimosas at this restaurant were $9.00.
We decided to try Succotash at the Harbor after an excellent experience at its DC location. To begin, we ordered biscuits and coffee. We got the coffee with no sugar and the biscuits with no butter. They were tasty but didn’t taste freshly baked. Our main brunch dishes were better. The shrimp and grits that my friend ordered were great. The shrimp were seasoned well, the grits were creamy and hot, and the vegetables and eggs were a great complement. My french toast arrived cold so we ordered a replacement. ... For the most part, the experience was good but not great. The DC brunch standard is pretty high, and perhaps our server was just s bit tired. I’d try it again, though, to see if the issues we experienced were simply the result of an off morning by an admittedly tired waiter.
Great meal at Succotash. Everything we expected. Excellent menu, phenomenal bourbon selection. Will definitely visit again.
Cody was amazing!!
Absolutely, a National harbor gem. The food is amazingly good, unsurprisingly fresh, and adequately sized. Our waitress (tinia) was amazing and knew all the ingredients and pairings. She was not wrong with any of her reviews and recommendations.
The Family Style dinner was so worth it!!!! We could barely get through half the courses when we said stop. We ruined the experience by enjoying the Happy Hour drink special and ordering the smoked wings. We knew they were part of the dinner but they really are that good that you want to make sure we got our fill
Fried chicken & waffles was excellent, and watermelon & peanuts side was great.
Lovely ambience that is matched by the food. I will definitely return!
The waitress knew her menu with good recommendations and the food was plentiful. We had the right amount of attention without it being overbearing. My friend indicated her meal was alright not something to write home about and my fish was a bit on the salty side.
Amazing food!! One of the best restaurants I've ever been to. Great ambiance and service too!
We had dinner at Succatash earlier in the week and the food was great and the service was awesome . So when we invited guests to dine with us , as we raved about the good food . We were disappointed with the outcome. Also, we were never offered a dessert choice or coffee. The food was dry and we felt the cook must have been At lunch.
We were headed to a show at the nearby MGM, after reviewing all of the dining options at National Harbor I chose Succotash. We were greeted warmly and seated at a cozy booth near the bar with views of the nearby Gaylord and other shops and a peek of the waterfront. The decor is New Orleans inspired, flickering gas lanterns and brick and filigree wrought iron, really handsome and inviting. I started with the milk punch, which is bourbon based-I don’t really like bourbon but the reviews were right, drink was perfect. The single huge ice cube was a nice touch. I had the fried chicken and waffles, everything about it was delicious; my husband raved about his ribeye. We got a slice of the hummingbird cake to go-also fantastic, so many flavors, buttercream frosting to die for, oh and it is at least 3 servings worth. I will definitely return!
The service was friendly and quick. The deviled eggs were delicious as was my date's southern benedict. I ordered the fried chicken and waffles and it was disappointing. The waffle was cold and soggy but the chicken was pretty good. I would probably give it another try.
Great place with amazing food. We had two servers. The first one was great. Our first ssrver went on break so we got another server that was not great at all. He never checked on us even though he passed by our table several times. That is our only complaint. Parking is expensive too. They should
validate. With that said, I will go back to try out a new dish because the food and most of the service is great.
Belle's punch is a yummy alternative to a mimosa for brunch.
Will be coming back! Truly incredible. The restaurant is beautiful, service was amazing (Bri was awesome) and the food was insane! Get he chicken and waffles! You won’t regret it!!!!
Can’t wait to go back again!
Great food, everything tasted fresh and home made. The atmosphere has a New Orleans vibe, great decorations and ambiance. The service was great, great location. No complaints!
Pleasent atmosphere with better than average service. Food Menu seemed very limited with a small variety of different food types or meal combinations. The alcoholic drinks menu on the reverse side had enormous variety by comparison (if all you came for was to drink). Food prep, taste and temperature of order was pretty much average while cost of meals seemed to be on the high end for what you get.
Everything was great! From the hostess to the wait staff it was a excellent experience. We celebrated my friends birthday and we had a wonderful brunch.
What a creative menu! If you like southern food with a twist, you’ll love Succotash. Collard greens with ham and kimchi? The Kimchi gave just enough spice to the dish without overpowering. Everything we ordered had great flavor.
I came here for my boyfriend's birthday. The souther-gourmet menu sounded amazing and we weren't disappointed. We got the fried oysters and burrata to start and the Ribeye and dirty chicken as entrees. They even brought out a dessert for his birthday - we were stuffed and happy!
It was a Birthday dinner celebration.
Excellent meal and great service. Two of us shared the Taste of the South option which is served family style and offers the opportunity to try many of Succotash’s most popular dishes. From the deviled eggs and skillet cornbread to the fried green tomato salad, fried catfish, chicken and waffles, bacon mac and cheese and dessert, each plate was familiar comfort food yet with an unexpected and succulent twist. This could easily feed three, if not four people.
The food was delicious, we had the deviled eggs, the cheesy grits, the burger, and the bacon mac and cheese. They were all so very rich and comforting. But the real star here is the milk punch cocktail. Oh my goodness!!
We had been to Charleston and got our full experience of Southern food, and we are surprised to find some delicious southern food right in Washington DC area.
For our Sunday brunch, we got the chicken waffle which is so so much better than what we had down at Charleston. When we were in Charleston, we were disappointed at the chicken waffle!! But the eggs in the egg Benedict were somewhat cold, so I was disappointed though the favor was definitely there. When the waiter came by asking how everything was, I mentioned to him, and he immediately offered to give me a new dish. Since I was already started on my dish, I declined.
To my surprise, the manager came over couple minutes later to apologize for the eggs, and also not being able to give us a table given I had a reservation (well, that actually was our fault since we arrived 40 minutes early). Nevertheless, the restaurant put the Egg Benedict and the coffee on the house and gave us cookies to take home for not being able to deliver the best dining experience. Very good customer service, and we will definitely come back to try their dinner next time when we stay at National Harbor.
The staff was rude from the front door and through the end, we even called the manager and he said.... I could tell him (our waiter), but it'll go in one ear and out the next.. WOW, that's how you handle your issues? Will NOT return.
Visiting National Harbor for one evening and made reservations at Succotash. We dined on trout, spicy chicken, soup and salad. Everything was delicious and the service was top rate.
Overall, the experience was great. Ambiance is amazing. The restaurant is just gorgeous. I love aesthetics. Food was good. I have food allergies so it is always challenging eating out hence my rating. Service was overall good. Our waiter we found out was new but for his first day, he did well.
First off, food was very good. Had a 5:00 reservation on a Saturday and the restaurant was not too busy. We ordered cocktails, appetizers, entrees and dessert; we had two kids with us who ordered entrees as well. The server was dead set on getting us in and out ASAP. Did not come to the table to ask how the food was, did not offer to refresh beverages...it was obvious she wanted us out quickly. This is one of the very, very few times I have tipped less than 15%, ever, because the server was abrupt to the point of rudeness. It was a nice dinner, but service was memorably lacking.
It was ok. I probably will not go back. The wings w/white bbq sauce was good. The seating is bad, very tight - Not full figure friendly. Host was not very professional.
Staying in National Harbor, stopped by for brunch. Service was great. Loved the food, though my wife wasn’t blown away with her eggs Benedict. Caveat: she is pregnant and her tastes can fluctuate so I wouldn’t rule out the dish necessarily. I got the chicken and waffles and the chicken was delicious, waffle was a little dry, but I could have asked for a bit more syrup I guess. Our 8 year old, who can be picky, devoured French toast, so that’s a big vote of confidence. Our server was attentive but never overbearing. Didn’t have to wait for the check (increasingly a pet peeve of mine), so that was good too.
We visit Succotash often enough and usually enjoy the drinks, food and service. This visit was to celebrate our wedding anniversary with another couple; our waiter did manage to ask about and mention our anniversary, but I, naively, expected a bit more. On this particular night, the bourbon drinks were good, the Belle's Punch a bit watered down. The trout and shrimp & grits were decent, but not as flavorful as expected. We'll continue to visit Succotash for a quick night out, but will rely on other establishments for special occasions.
The shrimp&grits were a disappointment . But I had a very nice and unique citrus salad. My nephew enjoyed the chicken. The waiter got the order wrong which he respectfully acknowledged. The food came all at once instead of in sequence as ordered. Overall, a nice place. Bell’s punch was a delight.
Outstanding and our server made it even better. Great time
Delicious! Will return soon.
Succoktash is great. Simply amazing food and service. I had the salmon lunch special and my friend had the Catfish sandwich; both tasty and filling. We'll be back.
Dirty Chicken was great and my waiter suggested the Mac and cheese with a glass of Malbec since I wanted red wine. Great choice.
Southern comfort meets fine dining! Didn’t think it could be done but Succotash does it! Somehow they combine homey, modern, and delicious into one neat package. Met up with a friend and had a great time. Would also make for a great date night place and then walk along the water front. Would definitely reccomend!
Side note: try the fried green tomato salad!!!