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Posted by Anonymous on 04/24/2008
I feel like I'm being generous with my rating, since J. Paul's was anything but with their portions. The upside was that they give you soft pretzels before your meal. The downside was their overrated crabcake sandwich. When the waitress brought my my sandwich, it looked like a golf ball sitting atop on a hamburger bun. I thought she had mistakenly brought me one of the crabcake sliders but she insisted that this "crabcake" was the full sized version. I like that the manager came to clarify but all he basically said was that it looks small because they ran out of the proper bun to put it on. Who makes a crabcake sandwich with a 3 oz crab ball?
Posted by Anonymous on 04/29/2007
I was expecting more from this place because it's a well-known Washington establishment. I had the seared tuna salad. It was described very differently than the reality. It was a lot smallert han expected. My partner's egg benedict was so-so too. The service was good though and the atmosphere is like a saloon. I'll give it another try but I do like Clyde's better.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/05/2007
This place was SOOO packed on Saturday night!!! I liked how instead of bread, the place served pretzels while you looked @ their menu. I ended up getting their maryland crab soup and it was good. It was missing a bit of the crab taste and tasted more like vegetable soup but it was still good. I also tried one of my friend's buffalo pierogies which was tasty and good. Overall, this place reminds me of better and nicer bar food. It's alright if you want casual dining with a big crowd.