They seem to serve only one size of pizza and it is a good sized one. Had the meat lover one. It was good but nothing special, though. Service was efficient; the server, Francis, was attentive and very personable.
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Rusticish decor with a really nice wait staff gave this spot a welcoming feel. Add to that the best short ribs I've ever had and some good craft beer and this joint gets an excellent rating from me. Go experience a reasonably priced place in...More
This is a family place, not fine dining. Great to stop in for lunch or dinner but plan to wait on Friday or Saturday evenings. Good burgers, pasta dishes, fish tacos.
We rented out the place on a weeknight for a party of 30. The chef built our own menu and was gracious enough to do wine pairings and explain each course. The guests are serious foodies and all were impressed with the quality and taste...More
Let me begin by saying I'm a dog lover. Went there for dinner last night and someone sitting at another patio table had a dog with him. Unfortunately the dog was close to other tables and at times was off leash. Our server was so...More
This neighborhood restaurant is one of our favorites. Its varied menu and specials are well prepared, and the service is prompt and friendly. The seating is crowded and relatively uncomfortable, and winter winds arrive with new customers. The prices are reasonable. Carry-out is even better...More
I eat at Wild Tomato often. It is a solid neighborhood spot. Friendly and usually decent service with a warm smile. Food is good -Seitsma even says so. Drinks are a bit pricy but luv'em anyway. Don't come here from Bethesda expecting some sort of...More
stopped by here after a hike at great falls and was in the mood for meat. the burger was huge and albeit a bit overdone for medium but it served its purpose. no frills type place and the menu had a good variety of choices.
Friendly service, a wide choice of foods. A good place to grab a bite when local residents in this quiet suburb of Washington DC do not wish to get in the kitchen themselves.