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Favorites include traditional Baja-style beer-battered fish tacos. Salami, pepperoni, ham, and provolone baked then placed on a garlic toasted sub roll with lettuce, tomato, onion and a Italian sweet and sour sauce. The food was very good. After eating one or two! Fresh out of high school, Tony took on the task of a pizza thrower and soon began entertaining the restaurant crowds with his wily tricks. Anonymous April 15, at 7: Anonymous October 22, at 3:

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And, the monkey bread will blow your mind. Shaw has lots of great restaurants but not enough brunch. We saddled up to the picnic benches at Right Proper Brewing Co.

While the brunch menu is small, the pancakes are top notch. Beer and pancakes, Bitches. Best Brunch in Capitol Hill: Barrel This cozy whiskey bar and restaurant on Pennsylvania has character—and great food.

The cinnamon roll and sparkling cocktail were phenomenal. Plus, the pasta is made in house. We love spending the day at Mosaic District: While Target is worth the trip, so is True Food Kitchen. Our Brine review will post next week, but trust us, this spot is worth a visit.

Review coming next week! You know the rule with brunch: As the quantity increases, the quality decreases. That is a fact of life we lament most in bottomless, endless brunches. What a poor excuse for a mimosa. We love the vibe and scene at Satellite Room, and the bottomless deal is a good one. But they minimized the menu—no more chicken biscuits! The quality of the food declined as well: And our server took 20 minutes to arrive with water or mimosas on a 95 degree day.

Ankara offers authentic Turkish food with great service in a truly unfortunate and lackluster restaurant. And the build out is hideous: Once upon a time, we were young, stupid, and loved Rosa Mexicano.

Oh, the long lost days of tableside guac. Brookland Pint is a cozy, unpretentious neighborhood spot—but why were the servers so moronic? Mari Vanna, the Russian restaurant on Connecticut Avenue, is kitshy in the best possible way and frequented by Russians. The service was awful—and buffets are just difficult. We would have loved to appreciate Russian cuisine, but it was cold, mushy, and poorly executed on the buffet line.

How does that Marriott even stay in business? Your email address will not be published. Where Do You Brunch? The Best Best Overall: Oyamel We appreciate how Oyamel diversifies its menu and offers authentic flavors from regions across Mexico. Rasika We were impressed that the brunch menu at Rasika West End captured the flavors and culinary styles from various regions of India.

Boundary Road Boundary Road is a quality neighborhood bistro for hearty American fare, with generous portions and a chill atmosphere. China Chilcano Jose Andres is nothing if not an exhibitionist. Watch Your Manor We are working our way through the drag and party brunches in Washington. Best Roll Out of Bed Brunch: Best Brunch to See and Be Seen: Compass Rose We loved the cozy, eclectic, and Bohemian Compass Rose, an international-themed restaurant built into a row house off 14th Street.

Most Instagrammable Brunch Food: True Food Kitchen The Bitches say: Doi Moi Doi Moi is a stunning restaurant and patio, with its white tables, chairs, and umbrellas, is perfect for a summer brunch.

Perfect corned beef brisket is super simple to make at home. I had a small trimmed brisket 2 lb and made the smaller version of this recipe, excluding the beer-we just don't care for that flavor anywhere, and substituted 2 T of Bourbon instead. The meat was really tender but I thought the sauce was much too sweet. I will use the same cooking method again but will cut back on the molasses.

Tried this like it was suggested cooking with the beer and spices first for 6 hours then poured that off sliced it then added the sauce did add 2 tsp of bourbon to the sauce returning for the re In addition to the recipe, I let the marinade sit overnight in the refrigerator.

This beef is soooooo good. It's tasty, tender and great for leftover sandwiches. Why can't you have 10 stars when necessary? Two other people I passed this on to would give it 10! I did mine in the crock pot with the onions first then the brisket for at least 6 hours.

I've made it twice, both times using a smaller cut brisket, so I cut everything in half,except the garlic,and only used a quarter cup molasses my husband's not a sweet person! Enjoyed this recipe very much. Went for brunch and food was ahhhh-maxing! Have gone here for dinner too and it never disappoints! Great food, great service. One of my favorite restaurants in Cbus!

Consistently good each visit! Best prime rib in town. Stopped for lunch while traveling, and the food and service was impeccable!!! Such a great stop. Added to our favorites, and will return again. The outdoor setting was lovely!!! Our server was amazing. And he was the high point of our experience. We were seated on the patio--just outside the french doors. We were so close to the door, my husband was hit in the back every single time the doors were opened.

We couldn't move the table because they are placed so close together, there is nowhere to move the table. All of the tables are uncomfortably close to one another. We were sharing the patio with a family with toddlers who destroyed the patio planters and pulled off covers to electrical outlets. Not once did a manager come out to address the situation.

It was our son's birthday--which was noted at the time of the reservation. I wanted it to be a special evening. Our dinners were pitiful. I ordered the tomato basil chicken. The zuchini risotto sounded so good, it was gummy and unseasoned. The steamed vegetables were not seasoned. My son's girlfriend never commented on her parmesan crusted chicken, which leads me to think it was less than impressive as well. My husband and son both had the prime rib. The cuts were extremely fatty, unseasoned, and very tough.

My son said he was starting to think they were served large slabs of roast beef instead of prime rib. The au jus was so watered down, no taste remained. I do not mind paying money for good food. I do not enjoy paying good money for sub par food. All our of dinners were disappointing. This was our first time having dinner here and will be our last time. There are so many amazing choices in this area, we expected a great experience. Reviews led me to think it would be great.

I am sure Polaris Grill was amazing in it's day; sadly it would seem it's day has passed. The insides of the doors leading out to the patio as well as in and out of the facility were filthy.

You just don't expect to see this in fine dining locations. Food was excellent as always! But our waitress was very unfriendly! No smiles, no chatting. The only time she smiled was when she handed us the bill. Will come back often, as usual but she will not be our waitress.

Haven't been here in over 10 years. I was a little leery when we parked, the parking lot is not in great condition and the outside needs updating. I was relieved when we walked in as it was lovely. We had made reservations for a Tuesday night, but it was not crowded at all. We were catching up with friends we hadn't seen in a while and the server was great at being attentive but giving us plenty of time to visit.

I got the 55 salad which is a leftover from the 55 on the Boulevard Restaurant we loved a long time ago. It's still a great salad. I had the crab cakes which were mostly crab yeah, they gave me 3 crab cakes with asparagus perfectly done and delicious mashed potatoes. I took some home for lunch the next day.

I had the Cosmopolitan as a matter of fact I had two. It was a lovely evening and I will go back sooner than later. Best walleye in town We enjoyed the food, the service, the fair food prices. I have already recommended it to other people. Very good with great service.

Definitely a must try! The 55 salad and the mushroom bisque are legendary! Although the location's website states that it is a business casual environment, it appears you can come quite a bit more casually. I booked this restaurant believing it to be a little bit nicer than the multitude of chain restaurants in the area for my anniversary. Unfortunately, while the food and service were quite good, the overall experience did not rate any different to me that any of the other chains I could have gone to.

The staff was so nice and helpful. We were received quickly and our server was quite pleasant, attentive and very helpful. The food was delicious and the presentation was nice. We very much enjoyed our meal. However, in the end, I did not leave having felt that the location was any more special than the surrounding restaurants, but a bit more expensive.

For special occasions, there are definitely a few nicer places around, but for good food and service, this place absolutely did great! The food was delicious and the service by Laura was outstanding. Dining on their patio was fantastic!

Sign up Sign in. Overview Photos Menu Reviews. Good for a Date. Great for Outdoor Dining. Our mission is to treat our customers as if they were guests in our homes. We want you to have a great meal in a comfortable environment served by our friendly and knowledgeable staff. We appreciate your patronage and hope you return to visit us often. Guests from across the globe come for our Famous "55" salad, Wild mushroom bisque, and Aztec Chowder but leave raving about the fresh seafood and delicious steaks.

The private North Star room provides the perfect atmosphere for a rehearsal dinner or bridal shower or an excellent facility for corporate dinner meetings. Our North Star Room will hold private parties of up to 50 people. Available breakfast, lunch, and dinner Monday through Sunday. Let us bring the Polaris Grill to your home or office or enjoy the spacious rooms of the Quest Conference and business center while enjoying Polaris Grill cuisine through our catering service.

Please see our menu at www. Our catering director is Chris Munoz.