The food was very good . And I never heard of peanut soup. Was good . Eating in the same buildings as George Washington. Was really awesome. View the room he ate in and the tour they gave us was well worth the trip.
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I toured Gadsby's Tavern with three of my family members on March 17, 2017. Michelle Ash was the tour guide. Along with the information she provided regarding the tavern, we received an unwanted and inappropriate lecture on "white privilege." I never realized that George Washington,...More
This is Alexandria’s version of the colonial “time machine” restaurants at Colonial Williamsburg, with colonial era food and decor and waitstaff in period dress. The building is beautiful and historic and the food is quite good. I had all the items the place is known...More
Food is good and every effort is made to give you the feeling of 18th century Alexandria. Costumed personnel and instrumentalists delight -- well worth visiting, small museum on premises.
While exploring Alexandria VA, we lunched at Gadsby’s Tavern. This is an historical landmark operated by the town. Previously frequented by President Washington, Martha Washington, and President Jefferson, it was a kick to share the experience. The service was wonderful with employees wearing period garb....More
Original floors and all was like you were in the times of George Washington and like a lot of places George Washington ate, slept or stayed. Food was great and all guest were enjoying their order. The menu was good and we enjoyed our meal...More
Food was amazing, waitress was friendly, and I loved the candle light. However it's decent sized rooms feel cramped. I would have liked a little more room in between tables. You had to whisper to have a private conversation at your own table. And heaven...More
We had often eaten at Gatsbys when our children were growing up, enjoying the ambience, history and interesting food. We recently came back with our daughter and her family. All of us felt the service was very poor and the food not up to snuff....More
During my trip to Washington, D.C., my nephew who resides in Virginia, suggested we take the subway to meet-up in Alexandria, and he and his wife would treat us to a unique experience: Dine where George Washington and Thomas Jefferson used to "hang-out"! According to...More