Bier Garden Girl of August
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Port Royal Export

You don’t have to travel to Honduras to have Port Royal Export! This pale lager is refreshing, especially after a bike ride by the water.

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Bar Review: Nanny O’Brien’s
February 13, 2010 – 2:55 PM | No Comment
Bar Review: Nanny O’Brien’s

Connecticut Avenue in Cleveland Park is a neighborhood in revival. What would such a neighborhood be without an Irish Pub? Nanny O’Brien’s fits the bill, even if there is room for improvement.

Bar Review: M & S Grill
February 7, 2010 – 2:52 PM | No Comment

Despite its connection to the McCormick and Schmicks seafood restaurant chain, the M & S Grill in downtown DC deserves to be assessed by its own merits as a bar, and, more importantly, as an after-work meeting spot.

Bar Review: Duffy’s
February 3, 2010 – 12:56 PM | No Comment
Bar Review: Duffy’s

Duffy’s Irish Restaurant & Pub – usually just referred to as ‘Duffy’s’ – is thoroughly unpretentious. Its location a block or two off of U Street is perfectly suitable; it stands out from the barren surroundings, yet does not meet U Street’s usual hipness quotient. It is virtually a dive, but in the best sense. And the Guinness is surprisingly good.

District ChopHouse & Brewery
February 2, 2010 – 4:02 PM | No Comment

The DC branch of the small, national ChopHouse & Brewery chain is justly praised for brewing beer in house in the heart of the capital. But given the obvious effort and expense that has gone into creating an inviting, impressive brewhouse, it is a sore disappointment that most of the tap beer is lifeless, and most of the menu is nothing if not overpriced.

Cleveland Park Bar & Grill
January 26, 2010 – 8:04 AM | One Comment
Cleveland Park Bar &  Grill

The Cleveland Park Bar & Grill is an appealing little establishment which should consider a name change. The ‘location’ + ‘bar and grill’ format is too generic for such an interesting place. While twenty or so TVs serve your sports-viewing needs, the mirrors and artwork on the painted red-orange walls suggest a stylish trattoria. On the website, the term ‘Sports Bistro’ is used, and, if this is not the perfect label, it is at least more suitable.