11765 Business Park Drive
Waldorf, MD 20601
Phone: (301) 932-4400
Fax: (301) 932-7566
Bars & Cafes
Ketchup is an upbeat and flamboyant eatery with a vibe of a classic American diner. With its colorful decor, Ketchup manages to recreate the mood to go back to childhood and eat all the classic favorites. Try the Southern Style Breakfast from their breakfast menu, California Burger from the lunch menu and a lot more options that will get you nostalgic. Don't forget to pair your meal with a unique cocktail. A separate menu for kid's has Pretzel Dogs, Mac and Cheese and many more options on offer. Check website for more information.
Public House - National Harbor is a compelling dining choice on the banks of Potomac River. The dynamic interiors maintain the perfect backdrop for a relaxed lunch, satiating dinner or an eventful late-night with an equally energizing vibe. Menu choices include Buffalo Shrimp, Belgian Mussels, Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes and Flat Iron Steak along with a lot more varieties of salads, sandwiches and burgers. The semi private dining spaces feature everything that is needed to make your special event all the more special! Do check the website to know more.
Creating a warm environment of typical Irish pubs, Harrington's Pub & Kitchen is a crowd favorite in National Harbor. Their elaborate drinks menu has awesome choices of craft and bottled beers, red, white and sparkling wines, and a few more signature mixes. The kitchen menu is impressive too, with conventional options like Shepherd's Pie and Fish & Chips along with the improvised Maryland Crab Cake and Arugulo Pesto Pasta. You'd definitely want to try Mammy's Bread Pudding from the dessert menu to give a happy ending to the dining experience. Harrington's is open for private events as well. Check website for details.
The Walrus Oyster & Ale House derives its name from the The Walrus and the Carpenter poem by Lewis Carroll. The zany style of this poem symbolizes the restaurants's philosophy of having a good time at the riverside and basking in the warm sunlight, while enjoying raw oysters, crab and lobster dishes. Situated close to the Potomac River, it boasts trendy interiors and a patio with black and white, striped umbrellas. Savor items like Mustard Glazed Salmon with tomato-crab meat butter, Fried Oysters, Pan Seared Tuna Ratatouille and Slow Braised Beef Brisket served with red cabbage. The cocktails and chilled fruit drinks are ideal for a warm summer day and the craft beers will satisfy beer connoisseurs. There are also seafood baskets for takeaway and delicious offerings at the oyster bar.
Forget your diet and dig into the house favorites like Charleston Chicken with shrimp and sausage or Low Country Shortcake. Lighter fare includes Blackened Catfish with wonderful southern side dishes of creamy mashed potatoes, fresh greens and pureed sweet potatoes. Do not skip dessert here. Key lime pie and Sweet Potato Pie are fabulous, but the restaurant's crowning glory is a tower of vanilla ice cream sandwiched between slices of peach pound cake and drenched in butterscotch sauce. You will be whistling Dixie in no time!
This restaurant/bar is a popular hangout in Old Town Alexandria. It boasts a diverse clientele—young people, families, tourists and professionals flock here for down-home Southern cooking. The large wood-and-brick bar area is often bustling with yuppies who swing by on their way home from work. The extensive menu includes seafood gumbos and Jambalaya, crab cakes and fresh fish, as well as steaks, grilled meats and pork chops. The restaurant also brews up its own beer.
Located in Old Town Alexandria, Virtue Feed & Grain is a modern gastropub. This casual eatery and bar has brought this former feed warehouse back to life with its cozy booth seats, handcrafted tabletops and worn-in leather couches. The cuisine can be described as upscale, modernized pub food with an Irish flare. For entertainment, the restaurant and bar features a private gaming area complete with a pool table, darts, Wii game console and televisions.
Daniel O'Connell's Restaurant & Pub offers a menu of soups, salads, starters, the auld favorites, Dan O's classic sandwiches, desserts, and a kid's menu. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A long, spacious room with chocolate and red chairs which resemble graceful Victorian times and dainty lights hanging on the wall which shed the perfect amount of light to fall on your face. The Wharf is a destination set for a charming evening. Oozing a semi casual vibe, with pleasant service and a brimming bar makes your evening a successful affair. Serving seafood cuisine inspired from the great shores of America and a wine list that reflects class, The Wharf is a good old restaurant that dishes up good food and enjoyable time.
IL Porto is a gorgeous location, resembling a European villa. The interiors are apt for a romantic date aided by beautiful lights, a classy aura and a pleasant service. Sit by a window and get a view of Old Town Alexandria, while munching on traditional Italian food. From scallops to shrimp and lasagnas to linguine, IL Porto masters it all. A vintage yet vibrant selection of wines and bubbling beer is another feature of this restaurant.
Basin Street Lounge is nestled upstairs at the Two Nineteen Restaurant in Old Town Alexandria. It has been the crown jewel of jazz and blues music in the city since opening in 1979. It hosts a plethora of top musicians on the local and international scene in these genres. The sophisticated ambiance is coupled with an old-world and Victorian charm. On the menu is a fine selection of whiskey and cigars, as well as complementing bar fare.
This cozy restaurant and wine bar features a European-style and selections of steak frites, mussels, pates, cheeses, and authentic (savory & sweet) French crepes. You will also find an extensive craft beer and boutique wine selection.