The Old Angler's Inn is a picturesque and cozy restaurant located in upscale Potomac. The multi-tiered terrace with a central fountain is very pretty. Dine outside for the ambience weather permitting. Inside, it's a small space. There is a larger space up the small spiral staircase and a private dining room. The food is good, but a bit pricey. We had the grilled bavette pan roasted Alaskan halibut and although we asked for Medium, it came out somewhat rare. My husband does not like to send anything back so he bravely ate his steak but what a waste for $30 entree. For my part, the halibut was excellent. The oyster with champagne mignionette was also very good. I would skip dessert because the strawberry crepe wasn't that good. Although it was a Thurs. night, it was crowded which they obviously weren't prepared for because the service was very slow. It took 20 min. to seat us and we had a reservation. It took another 20 min. to take our order and it took an hour from arrival time to get our order. Overall, I would go again but only if I had a discount from Living Social or something to make it worth the money and time.
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