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Posted by gtwnfoodie on 07/11/2007
When they first opened up I enjoyed going, but lately the food (but mainly the service) have declined dramatically. 2 weeks ago, a waiter argued with me that they "didn't have that beer on tap" when I could see the tap about 5 feet away from me. He was very rude to me, and then I heard and saw the table next to us (different waiter) order the exact same been and get it! Mangement - save this place before it completely goes under!
Posted by unhappy on 06/09/2007
What can i say... the burger was pretty good (and it was done like a true Aussie burger), but the service was atrocious. Over half of the people there had popped collars. (seriously? haven't people realized that we've been making fun of that for years now?) We sat and waited for the waitress for 20 minutes. We had to ask for another round of drinks 3 times, and even then only half of the people ended up getting a drink. Honestly, I've never had worse service, and I've never been to such a pretentious place. With so many other great options in the area, I'd stay away.
Posted by Lisa on 02/28/2007
Stuffy, old school steakhouses in DC are too many, thus, stumbling across Rugby Cafe on Wisconsin, below M, was a treat. Heading to Ralph Lauren's new clothing store, Rugby, was my initial intention, until i discovered the adjoining cafe with the cute (and hot) staff, super yummy food and fun atmosphere... and a superb glass of Australian chardonnay to boot!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/09/2007
I absolutely loved the Rugby Cafe. The service was very attentive and it was such a cool atmosphere. I loved my roast beef alad and my friend loved their pasta. We definately plan on going back and would recomend the Rugby Cafe to anyone!