it was quiet early on a saturday when i visited. bartender was friendly and knowledgable and the beer selection was top notch. there is no food but you can order an ok sandwich from a take out place and it doesnt take too long to get there, there is also the free popcorn to tide you over.
food is fresh and good, we have gotten take out a couple times and loved it. it is a nice atmosphere for sit down dining as well so we dont want to destroy that by bringing our two kids in there.
this area is improving and don chente is a part of that. food is basic fast food mexican, they serve beer and has a slighltly more sit down feel than a taco bell but not much. right on the corner of pch and pine, easy parking in the back. they are very supportive of the community and always bring food to neighborhood clean ups and the like.
prices seem to be similar to places like road runner and the service is usually great. the people who work there will look at your shoes and give you advice on shoes based on how and where you are wearing out your shoes. a much smaller store than you are probably used to but i have never had trouble getting my size or color there.
great place to watch a game, good atmosphere, a lot more open and clean since they reopened after the fire. food is ok for a sports bar, the main reason to come here is for the tv's, the multiple games and to be with plenty of fans who are into the game
If you want to get a feal for Georgetown University, take a tour then have a meal at The Tombs. it is a block from the main gates, owned by the Clydes Restaurant group that has a lot of good places in the dc area. in the evenings there will be a line of 21 year old GU students trying to get in so get there at dinner time or earlier.
sunday's they open early for the church crowd and their brunch is excellent.
it is below street level and if full of GU and rowing paraphenalia. a unique place and a must visit if you are in the area.
food is better than your avg college hang out owing to getting to share some of the fresh food and chefs with its sister 5 star world class restaurant 1789 upstairs but still cheap enough for students to eat and drink there.
I cant get enough of this place. it is my choice for my birthday, fathers day, any time i get to choose the location really.
the BBQ food is incredible, great sides, many great menu choices. just as importantly to me, they take their beer seriously, best selection of beer in LA or Orange County, they are always changing thier tap list. the place is small so expect a wait most times. parking is not as bad in seal beach as you would think it would be considering the many restaurants and being so close to the ocean and the pier. if you havent been to beachwood you need to go.
the food was good but not great. It was very expensive (which i did expect) but overall it was not what i had expected from other reviews i had seen. Tatalum is right on the water but the view could be better if the bar and tvs were not between you and the boats. it was quite loud despite not being that busy. the beer selection was very good, far above average. it is kind of hidden in the corner of a shopping plaza.
they pour a good pint of guiness and the setting and location are great but it is overprices for this area. i assume that being across the street from the convention center drives up prices since the tourists dont know any better.
we still stop in there on occasion but it isnt worth the extra dough compared to other places in the area
Pete's moved from across the street about 15 years ago and remains an institution in this neighborhood. one of the best assortments of tap beer you will find anywhere, free popcorn and decent food in a relatively small but comfortable setting.