Redstone American Grill

155 National Plz
National Harbor, 20745
Reviews:
The food at Redstone was delicious but a bit overprice. The location is nice because it's waterfront. My favorite were the Jumbo Buffalo Shrimp Wings but they were $19 for 5, which I found to be overprice. The menu was limited but the options were good. I had the BBQ Salmon tacos and my hubby had a sandwich. I also ordered a margarita which was $12. We also ordered a desert for $9. Overall I would visit this place again.
The food, the views! I had the General Tso turkey burger. This was very good. I also had the key lime pie, best since Florida. Did I mention that the views were spectacular! I will visit this place again!
This was a great place for brunch and there was a variety of items you can choose to eat. I would give this restaurant 5 stars bc the crab Benedict was ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS!!! However the customer service was horrible. We pretty much had to request or physically find our waiter. The service was just poor. So bad that I left him 2% tip along with a written tip on the receipt!!

(301) 839-3330

American (Traditional)

Store is open now

Bond 45

149 Waterfront St
National Harbor, 20745
Reviews:
Wife was attending a conference at National Harbor. Although from metro DC, she opted to stay the night to check out what National Harbor had to offer. Was recommended Bond 45 by the hotel. It was severely overrated, service was ok at best. I see no reason to drive out of my way to come here when there are so many other great options in DC. We started with "A Bowl of Meatballs" and the "Fravioli Grandi". The Meatballs were absolutely delicious, one the better parts of the evening. The "Fravioli Grandi" was greasy and tasted of tainted or old oil. It was also only luke warm when served, not good for something that's crispy with a gooey center. My wife had the "Beefsteak Tomato, Onion & Gorgonzola Salad" which was also very good, it had fresh tomatoes, a great dressing and tasty cheese. But this was where the good experience ended. The main courses took some time to come out. I ordered "Our Famous Veal Chop Parmigiana", and my wife ordered "Mamma Perla's Lemon Chicken" w/pan fried zucchini . This dish consisted of a quartered chicken split into parts, paired with Zucchini spears. The chicken was not seasoned at all, and very bland, it came with a white wine sauce. I'm not sure what the purpose of the sauce was, as the chicken was not infused with it, it was merely just sitting in sauce. The only upside of the dish was the zucchini which were well cooked and had good flavor. The dish "Our Famous Veal Chop Parmigiana" is great in concept, but poor in execution. When I received my chop, it was cold. When we complained about it to the server, it was sent back to the kitchen, only to reappear 10 minutes later. One would think when spending $47 for a piece of meat, you a. not get a cold rendition, and b. if there was an issue with the first serving, you would have a fresh one made up. This was not the case. The same veal chop was returned to me after it had been warmed under the salamander, causing the exterior coating to be soggy and flavorless. At this point, the manager came by to check on us, he was very apologetic and offered to take the veal chop off the check. However, when the check arrived, we were still charged for it. We had to call him over again to make sure it was removed. To make up for the many mistakes he also offered a free desert in addition to the free cookies (which would be better if served warm). This kind of service/quality of food would not be as severely scrutinized if I were not spending $30-50 per plate. As mentioned earlier, there are too many other amazing restaurants for me to travel to NH for to get this type of service/quality.
Since I'm from New York I'm used to paying for expensive restaurants. The food was ok, the service EXCELLENT, the ambiance so-so. A friend advised requesting a seat near the window, good move. I think my husband and I had the best window seat. We had a partial view of the Potomac and a full view of McCormick and Schmick's. I think I would have been happier dinning at McCormick and Schmick's. I'm certain the view would have been better. If you're dinning on an expense account or want to impress someone by picking up a large tab, this is the place to go.
I attended Bond 45 for Restaurant Week. The host was very accommodating as majority of our 5 person party showed up 1/2 hour late. We were seated, and had very fantastic food and very very poor service. The restaurant week menu is limited, as we knew, so that was ok. The mozzarella/tomato salad, and the caramelized pear salad were awesome! The steak, eggplant parm were all winners, the spaghetti seemed to be a fail. The desserts...epic fail. I would still recommend this place, just make sure you avoid any surly looking waiters.

(301) 839-1445

Italian, Steakhouses, Seafood

Store is open now

Baja Fresh

186 Waterfront St
National Harbor, 20745
Reviews:
Nothing much to add to the other reviews. Employees seem to hate you for just walking in the door. Store is dirty. Food is one small step up from Taco Bell.
definetely was a huge let down. Im from alifornia and the Baja Fresh there is amazing. I usually get the nachos with chicken and when I saw that they [ut nacho cheese on it, which in California they use shredded cheese, I asked them to switch it out. The server claimed they didnt have shredded cheese. then I looked at the menu and saw some of the items featured monterey Jack cheese, and aske them to puut that on instead. Again the person at the register said no because they dont have an oven . I then asked if they could put it in a microwave and apparently they dont have that either O_O. Found that very weird and decided to order anyway. Needless to say I was very dissappointed. the chicken had no flavor at all, like not even salt and the salsa was bland. Its not better then taco bell, taco bell may even be better.
I am not a huge Baha Fresh fan to begin with. However, the fact that they were opening something decently priced in National Harbor was exciting. Additionally, because I am a resident, they offered a 20% discount if I ate there before Sunday. So I did..... *sigh* The manager was wandering around being incredibly useless. He just yelled at the cooks and ate chips. He yelled at them in both English and his poor attempts to speak Spanish. He was incredibly rude to them, although he was nice to his customers. I didn't like seeing him belittle his employees. And apparently neither did everyone else standing in line around me. My girlfriend and I ordered a salad and quesadilla . You would think something simple as these two choices would be quick. However it took almost 45 minutes to get them. I understand that it is a new location, and they JUST opened last week but come on! It's not brain surgery. Get the orders out in a prompt and effective manner. Especially, when claiming being a fresh fast food establishment. While waiting for my food, I saw that a man had been waiting for his son's two chicken tacos for over an hour. Apparently... everyone else in the party had already eaten and they eventually had to take the food to go since they were there for the Ice show at Gaylord. He was incredibly upset and vented to me the entire time. After the manager yelling at his employees for some time, he eventually provided the gentlemen with a refund. Nice gesture, however way too late at this point. When my food finally came out, it was cold and the lettuce was wilted. I could tell that it had been sitting for some time. Again, I understand that they are new but for the food and service, even the 20% wasn't worth it. I may give them one more chance in the future, if I see any other deals come up. But I would much rather take the extra 15 minute drive to Alexandria and stop by Chipotle.

(301) 839-1107

Mexican

Store is open now

Public House

199 Fleet St
National Harbor, 20745
Reviews:
Ate brunch here and it was delicious. I had the crab benedict, and as a newbie to Maryland crabs (I'm from Florida) I was impressed. Great, tasty and crispy crab on top of the english muffin. The poached egg was amazing as well. The plate came with a side of home fries which were also good. My boyfriend had a burger which was also great --which came with fries and OOOOOF. Those were perfect. Crispy and not over oily as I often have enountered. The only downside was the AC. It seemed like it wasn't working. It was almost as hot inside as it was outside. But I'm not an asshole and I know it likely had nothing to do with them so we didn't complain. Clean bathroom and we had a good bottle of white wine too, which was half off -- William Hill Chardonnay.
WTH! Collared shirts after 9:00p? Whyyyyyy? I dont get it. Comfortable Grown folks walking along the harbor all day. Now we can't eat here? But 100 Dudes who arrived in T-shirts before 8:55p are sitting in there chilling. Dumb rule... going elsewhere ... Collared shirt at a sports bar????
Came here to wait out the storm and watch the World cup on the 4th. I had been here before, although it had been a couple of years, so I was the one who recommended the place. I had egg on my face at the end of our visit, which we unanimously decided to cut short and brave the monsoon just to get out of there. Reasons why we left: -first bartender (her shift ended right after we arrived) used the glass served to my friend to scoop her ice. Major no-no! I wonder how many glasses she's chipped and how many people have gotten glass in their drinks unknowingly. -The 2 bartenders who replaced her stood in the corner loudly gossiping as soon as they got there (before acknowledging any patrons). We could hear everything they were saying very clearly. It was uncomfortable. -ordered a specialty drink. Said made with fresh pineapple. Something was rotten. Took 2 sips and pushed it away and ordered a beer. That beer cost me $20 because I still had to pay for the cocktail. -4 girls were working the hostess table. Every single one was leaning over texting and giggling the entire time -Our bartender spent over half the time we were there texting in front of us. 2 stars because I liked the place last time and when the satellite went out they turned on the regular tv so we could still watch the game.

(240) 493-6120

American (Traditional), Sports Bars

Store is open now

Sauciety

The Westin Washington National Harbor,171 Waterfront St
National Harbor, 20745
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(301) 567-3999

American (New)

Store is open now

Elevation Burger

108 Waterfront Street
National Harbor, 20745
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(301) 567-9290

Burgers, American (New), Vegetarian

Store is open now

Sunoco/Subway National Harbor

111 N Cove Ter
National Harbor, 20745
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(301) 567-4613

Convenience Stores, Gas & Service Stations, Car Wash

Store is open now

Residence Inn National Harbor Washington, DC

192 Waterfront Street
National Harbor, 20745
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(301) 749-4755

Hotels

Store is open now

The Westin Washington National Harbor

171 Waterfront Street
National Harbor, 20745
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(301) 567-3999

Hotels

Store is open now

Harrington’s Pub and Kitchen

177 Fleet St
National Harbor, 20745
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(301) 909-2505

Irish

Store is open now