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Fire Station 1 (Fire Station One)
Posted by Jeremiah on 01/09/2013
I gotta tell you, I never do reviews, but this place made a very special time for our family this evening. We had a great time. Thanks to our server and the GM who came by our table. We will be back!
Posted by mike on 04/03/2012
the club sandwich and the crab soup were not very good .the people that waited on me had attitudes like they hated their jobs. close it down for a couple months and open back up with a whole new staff,and hire a person that knows how to make a simple sandwich
Posted by Rich on 01/15/2012
Finally a family spot in the city and one that works for singles too. Good bars,great food, a nice lounge and event area upstairs. A real fire truck parked outside. Good craft beers. The owner use to work there as a firefighter, VERY COOL.
Posted by kim s on 09/04/2011
this is a great place for happy hour and beyond. the burgers and crabcake is surprisingly good. fast seating by the owner himself. friendly, professional staff. lower level great for dinner, upper level great for partying
Posted by Rich Nunes on 07/19/2010
Four of us saw the Fire House and decided we needed to try it. We were catered to from the moment we went in. The server was knowledgeable and helpful. The chili was at my table in no time, hot and tasty. The brews were cold and refreshing. Our entrees arrived right after the appetizers were done. Our server made numerous checks for refills and make sure our needs were met. There was no sticker shock when the bill came. We even had a person visit from one of the owners. He made us feel welcome made us want to come back for dinner. The food portions were abundant that could have fed us for another meal. If you are looking good food for a great price, the Fire Station is the place to stop.
Posted by DC Foodie on 06/14/2010
Don't waste your time!!! The food was tasteless, no flavor & cold. I had the rib eye steak and I never knew you could make a steak taste so bad. We sat upstairs near the steps and it was so dark I could not read the menu. Save your money and skip Fire Station 1.
Posted by EJB on 06/14/2010
This establishment should be an example of how not to open a restaurant. Saturday, late evening, service was nearly non-existant if not for the slightly embarrasing actions of my table mates who hooted, waved, and yelled for any acknowledgment from the staff. Management was inaffectual if not hostile toward our plight. Food - every dish sent back for a re-do, something I abhor doing, but necessary at this blight on the block. There was not one aspect of the dining experience that I enjoyed those lost two hours; even the restroom seemed to oppose its role with the minute draw on the paper towels and institutional decor. I suspect there is more to this disappointment than has been reported - Why exactly did H & L drop out? Hmmmmm.....