Went for Sunday brunch. Great tranquil location for a quaint restaurant with lots of history, conveniently located next to Glen Echo Park. Charming place to have lunch/brunch and take a stroll through the park on a sunny afternoon. The park next door has several attractions attractions, including a small park with a contemporary jungle gym feel for children to play.
We had a party of 4 adults and 2 small children - 18% gratuity automatically added for parties of 6 or greater. Normally not an issue, but the service was subpar. Fixed-priced brunch menu had a small, yet very diverse selection, including traditional Irish items like shepherds pie to eggs benedict, traditional breakfast options, burgers, fish tacos, and pancakes. About a half-dozen salad options ranging from around $8-$12, add $6 for chicken. Average brunch meal price around $15. Complimentary scones delivered to table pre-meal. Unfortunately, waited just shy of an hour for our food and was assured several times that it was on its way. Once the food arrived, all were satisfied with the quality and quantity. The food was above average. Unfortunately the service did not match. My only visit to this restaurant, I think/hope this is an anomaly and I would be willing to try it again based on the overall charming experience and quality of food. Would also recommend the experience to others looking for a quaint weekend dining experience.
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