Such a pleasant surprise! Went here for a luncheon with family and colleagues after an event at Quantico. Everyone enjoyed their meal and the food was quite good. Great atmosphere as well. Tons of neat memorabilia all over the restaurant.
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I liked the old location (ok, it has been years since the relocation but the memories remain) but this one offers more space. Great memorabilia, excellent waitstaff, and fantastic food. Order anything on the menu, you will like it. We come often and will return...More
Great place to grab a nice sit down meal. I had the Cuban Sandwich with came with homemade chips. Very good! Server and hostess were polite and I even stopped next door for a good cigar and draft beer. Restaurant is like a mini museum...More
Met an old USMC friend here for lunch. I don't understand the poor reviews this place gets. They must not be Marines. We met and ate at the bar for lunch. I had one of the best bowls of chili I have ever had and...More
Been here before. The inside is like a museum to the Marine Corp. and law enforcement / FBI Academy. Unfortunately the service and food was less then acceptable. We had reservations for 6 PM, didn't start to get food served until 8 PM. Meals were...More
Fantastic history, food, and service. This is "the place" to celebrate all things Marine. The Globe and Laurel has been host for all our family celebratory Marine gatherings. I suggest it highly. In addition, they are open during the day for mid-day post graduation celebrations.
The Globe and Laurel has been in business since 1968 when founded by a retired Marine Major and his wife. The restaurant is frequented by many of the police officers who come to train at the FBI Academy. Consequently, the memorabilia collection is overwhelming with...More