Experience the taste of American cuisine at the Todd Grey's Watershed. Located within the Hilton Garden Inn, it is an elegant upscale dining establishment that offers comfortable indoor and outdoor seating.
Todd Grey's Watershed serves early breakfast, lunch and dinner. Its menu features farm deviled eggs and oysters, as well as hushpuppies and shrimp with grits. Some of its main entrées range from white bean gratin and swordfish with asparagus to skillet mac and cheese with baked salmon fillet. Visitors can also choose from a variety of soups and salads and finish their dining experience with desserts such as lemon merengue with coconut ice cream.
Todd Grey's Watershed also has a selection of craft beers and other alcoholic beverages.
Food was average..service great.ambiance nice..would recommend
We reserved a table for a casual business lunch. The Watershed is really the only restaurant in the area so it's the usual choice. That said, it does not take advantage of that by overpricing their menu. They are pricier since they are a hotel restaurant but their buffet is reasonable and the service is friendly.
I was introduced to this restaurant by a business friend of mine and I was pleasantly surprised at their food! The main thing that I liked was the freshness of their lunch offerings. Since then, I've been their at least two more times and introduce this location to my business associates also. their staff was very friendly, professional and on standby ready to be of assistance. The location which is on a convenient street is easy to find and once inside, their décor is both attractive and well done with very nice pictures. The cost of lunch is very reasonable too.
Though I've never been there for dinner but will definitely be a place I will be happy to go.
Lastly, I will recommend this restaurant to any one looking for a nice and reasonable place for lunch or dinner right here in the District and close to Union Station.
We had a gift certificate that was won at a raffle...excited to come, but disappointed. First ordered appetizers, they were out of the one. Ordered steak with green bean, came out with broccoli because they were out of green beans. If I would've had to pay for it, I would have been angry. We also had a certificate for breakfast the next day. I ordered an omelet, 10 minutes later my husband also ordered one. His came, but mine never did. We had to ask about it. Nothing special.
There was a buffet, but we ordered off the menu. It took a little while longer than expected for the food to arrive. The service was a bit slow, and the room was very noisy for the amount of people. I reserved a table for 3, and we ended up with 2 small, round table pushed together.
We were looking for a spot in NoMa to meet our daughter and her boyfriend who live on Capitol Hill. We were bringing my 88 year old mother so needed a place that was easy to access and that would cater to someone who wants everything "on the side" and needs to know exactly how it's prepared. Our waiter was fabulous and really took care of Mom - she was extremely happy with her Salmon. The crab cake, though small, was very good; the Catfish dish was hearty and large. All of the dishes were either very good or excellent. For a "hotel" restaurant, this is located in the Hilton Garden Inn, it was very, very good.
We had to sit in bar area because the dining area was actually closed.
Our food was excellent. I had the seared tuna salad which was outstanding. I recommend it to everyone.
Although we hadn't been here before we wanted to try a Todd Grey restaurant and this was conveniently close to Union Station. The food was great - fine crab cakes, chicken and pancakes instead of waffles and gumbo with oysters. Weird thing though - the restaurant was empty on Thanksgiving weekend. Hope they do better, much better, on other days.
I work a few blocks from Todd Gray's Watershed and have gone there several times for lunch. If you get the buffet, be sure to get everything you need from your waitress before telling her that, because she is likely to disappear completely. I had to ask three people before I got order an iced tea.