We found this place accidentally and it was like coming across an oasis in a desert. The welcome on our first visit was like we were regulars and the waitress couldn't be more accommodating. Food was typically pub food but it must have been good as we returned again and had food again. A mistake was made on our bill on one night but the mistake was understandable and it was quickly corrected and the server was really apologetic - in fact he handled it in exactly the right way. The description of being a Cheers type bar is quite accurate but I would certainly go back here if I found myself in Washington. This is a great little pub, soon to celebrate 40 years in DC.
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It is the only American "cemetery of national memory " founded before the Civil War. Congress, located about a mile and a half 2. From the Washington Metro , the cemetery lies three blocks east of the Potomac Avenue station and two blocks south of the Stadium-Armory station. Many members of the U. Congress who died while Congress was in session are interred at Congressional Cemetery.
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In fact, the guy has both ears to the ground You know him as the Prince of Petworth , and we solicited him to identify the secret-est spots in town. How does one man make so many discoveries? Easy — he walks everywhere.
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