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Old Ebitts grill, Washington, DC

Postby Megan Watts » Wed Jun 05, 2013 10:20 pm

Anyone been? My sister in law and her hubby are taking us on Friday. They're both "g-men" so I guess it's a big haunt of both their types and congressmen.
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Re: Old Ebitts grill, Washington, DC

Postby Robin Garr » Thu Jun 06, 2013 7:12 am

Megan Watts wrote:Anyone been? My sister in law and her hubby are taking us on Friday. They're both "g-men" so I guess it's a big haunt of both their types and congressmen.

My wife used to go there pretty often when we were doing more work with the leftie non-profit lobbying sector.

She says get seafood, and reminisces about seeing her first-ever episode of Iron Chef on the bar TV. :mrgreen:
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Re: Old Ebitts grill, Washington, DC

Postby TP Lowe » Thu Jun 06, 2013 9:18 am

It's a fun, historic, loud place. Enjoy the trip.
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Re: Old Ebitts grill, Washington, DC

Postby Megan Watts » Fri Jun 07, 2013 8:26 pm

My report is that we were foiled by a sick child! We got half way into DC from Chantilly and had to turn back around! Perhaps on the next go round, as we leave tomorrow. But we did hit the air and space museum annex and it was SO much better than the original one downtown. I highly recommend it if you're in the area. They had a Concorde, the discovery shuttle, the enola gay... And it was clean and way less crowded.
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Re: Old Ebitts grill, Washington, DC

Postby Will Terry » Sun Jun 30, 2013 8:18 pm

TP Lowe wrote:It's a fun, historic, loud place. Enjoy the trip.


Lived in DC for three years... that's a great description.

I'd go back, but certainly don't dream of it.
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