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  • kapitolhill

    Back up locations? Under the bridges in NoMa

  • Hill Denizen

    Is the food getting a makeover too? I legit didn’t go on a second date with a guy cuz that’s where he took me for dinner. It was like overpriced wedding food.

    • Anon

      Yea, I was here for a paid-for event and the food was absolutely woeful. But a pretty view from the upstairs bar?

    • Formerly ParkViewRes

      I think this place is only good for the view. I’ve only been once and it was for dinner before prom. Oh memories!

    • stacksp

      View and drinks. Rarely ate here…

    • AsAMother

      Yeah, the food is truly heinous there. If they didn’t have that location secured, they would have closed years ago. I’m not even sure why they’re even bothering with a renovation, nobody looks at the restaurant itself.

    • Caleb

      I wondered if I would find similar comments to my feelings on this place. I haven’t been since the early 00’s which was way before the DC restaurant boom; if I thought it was bad even then and not worth returning to…that’s rather bad.

  • CHSC

    Hyperbole of the headline aside, I will be curious to see what they do.

  • cwjCP

    hopefully they’ll get rid of the flies at the bar down by the water which is the only part worth going to.

    the mango margaritas are good if you’re into that kind of thing…..I am.

  • Q-Street

    The first time I ever got food poisoning was at Sequoia. At least it wasn’t nearly as bad as the second time I ever got food poisoning. What was that second place? Oh yeah, Sequoia.

  • MoldieOldie

    reknowned?

    • MoldieOldie

      hoping they meant renowned – but really hoping it gets re-owned by some other restaurant/concept.

  • MadMax

    This place must spend as much getting itself into every lousy tourist guide book as it does on renovations. I swear the number of times I’ve heard someone give an ill-advised referral or mention of this place is in the hundreds after a decade here.

  • Mark P

    Seems like lots of hate for the happy hour/bar/dinner food. But I went here twice for brunch and loved it! Great selection of food, steady flow of drinks, but you pay for the location and view.

  • Michael Pierce

    They should bulldoze that entire Washington Harbor development and start over. It looks so ugly and dated.

  • Bloomy

    I actually like their brunch…

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