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Downtown / Lower NW >
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Fire & Sage
Posted by anonymous on 08/18/2011
I would avoid this place. The food was not great, and for the price, it was downright subpar (at least my entree was, the deserts were good). The atmosphere was nonexistent with the tables in the aisles and the restaurant in the lobby of the hotel. The servers screwed up the order twice during the meal. Not a good experience whatsoever.
Posted by James the Common Critic on 07/03/2010
When I walked in from the rear entrance, i looked at the modern-esque design and was hooked... Until I found that I was in a Marriott. Let me say: That wasn't the only disappointment of my night. It started with my sandwich: A burger. Do NOT try this bland, dry, and one-dimensional piece of a so called "Marriott Burger". Also, my dessert: The bag of donuts, a "specialty" of this eatery, tasted nothing like a powdery doughnut, but strangely of foot cream. The sauce and butter doesn't help either, however there were some signs of life... The Baked Chevre was also a signature, but lived up to signature status. The salad was good too: Try the Roosted Turkey Cobb Salad. The service was very nice, although the host kept eying my older sister [bum]. The modern design is pretty cool, and the value is O.K., but I'm not risking my dinner here again.
Posted by joe on 04/08/2009
great new lunch spot for me. Flatbreads are awesome, service was prompt and friendly