Regional Food & Drink (R.F.D.)
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Reviews by lou91:
3.23/5 rDev -13.4%
If you expect to taste regional food and drink go elsewhere. Among the 20 or so taps there was nothing to really wow you and only a couple of east coast beers - brooklyn brown and 60 minute ipa. The bottles were many but very few treasures for the hard core beer hunter. 120 minute IPA was $18 for 12oz! best value was WWS for $10. My recommendation for anyone who comes to DC is to visit Chevy Chase Wine and Spirits first and stock up on the amazing number of east coast beer instead of coming here and expecting to taste great regionals on tap. I had one pint of 60 minute and was glad to be on my way.
p..s. Right after this I did go to Chevy chase and I bought many regional selections and I don't understand why they don't carry them here.
03-03-2006 04:45:20 | More by lou91
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3.99/5 rDev +7%
Went to RFD after visiting DC Chophouse on a Friday night around 10pm and scored 4 seats at the bar. It was actually kind of dead. However, I was able to get Hopslam and DirtWolf so I was pleased. Prices were fine, especially for being so close to the Verizon Center.
02-24-2014 17:23:50 | More by WheelsPSU
Regional Food & Drink (R.F.D.) in Washington, DC
85 out of 100 based on 121 ratings.