Really enjoy this spot for brunch. They have everything from breakfast to crab legs. The family enjoys whenever we go.....
About This Place
The Whitlow’s tradition began on the corner of 11th and E Street, NW, when David Whitlow opened his bar and grill to the public in 1946. Over the next 25 years, Whitlow’s became an unmistakable landmark in downtown Washington.Greg Cahill purchased the restaurant in 1971, but changed little of the tavern that had become so much a part of the city. In 1989, Whitlow’s closed its doors to enable a mass redevelopment of that site. It was the first time in 18 years, excluding Christmas and the filming of a scene in Broadcast News, that the grill was closed. Unfortunately, the redevelopment never materialized.
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I came here for the first time today for the brunch buffet. My group had to wait about 30 minutes to be seated. Not bad but not great either. The place was really crowded and loud so that made the...
I agree with previous reviewer's that Whitlows has a couple different audiences, and based on the time of day or night that you arrive will determine your experience.I was previously a major...
I give Whitlow's 3 Stars for their brunch, but 4 stars for the rooftop. Alas, it's January, so too cold for the Tiki Roof which is a staple in Clarendon. The place gets packed, so come early....
I have lived in the DC area for almost a decade and this is one of the few places in NoVA I love. Why do I love Whitlow's? Crazy drink specials, surprisingly tasty 'bar' food, and a low key...
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