We had a great Nacho platter to share then stake & eggs and poached eggs with Salomon......brilliant food excellent service but was quite steep versus other similar places in the capital...
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I took my teenage daughter and her friends to D.C. for the day and we decided to stop for lunch in Georgetown. They really wanted al fresco dining and we decided on Peacock Cafe. I had enjoyed Peacock 15 years ago, and it's still as...More
Loved the brunch menu, particularly the fresh juice options and abundance of gluten-free items. Attractive restaurant with lively art. Relaxing environment. We'd love to go back and try dinner. Friendly staff too!
Given the atmosphere of Georgetown and the reviews that I had heard of Peacock Cafe, I expected a little bit more than the experience that I had this morning. Staff was friendly in offering several times (no fewer than 4, to be exact) to switch...More
Met with friends for lunch and found this restaurant offers a tasty menu with reasonable prices. Atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. We sat and visited for a good bit before & after food was delivered. Never felt pressured to give up the table.
Enjoyed a good basic breakfast/brunch there on Sunday. Very popular place. If you use Open Table also call if you do not see a time that suits your schedule as the restaurant had more openings. The food (the basics, scrambled eggs, omelet, etc.) were good...More
What a bland and blah restaurant. Service fine, nice. Not very busy, perhaps a sign, but in this part of DC, with so many competitors, they really need to step up their game. Had tuna tartare starter on seaweed, which was fine, but served w/3...More