We drifted here on a Sunday walk when hordes of people were rushing in to get a table. Martin's Tavern is essentially an Irish pub, and it was the day before St Paddy's Day. So it was bound to be busy. But the wait wasn't too long. It's a lovely environment with stories connecting the booths to famous Georgetown residents although I'm sure that some of the stories are urban myth. But as nice as the pub is, this is certainly no gastro pub because the food is just average. My partner's Reuben was decent but nothing special, and the bacon that came with my Rancher I could have done without. They're not cheap either, so you would hope for a bit more in exchange for your money. We got the feeling that they were trying to rush us out in order to maximise on a busy day. Perhaps this would be a more pleasant experience just for a drink on some quieter evening.
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