Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Burke, Virginia, United States. Burke is a census-designated place (CDP) in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States. As of the 2000 census, Burke, an affluent Washington D.C. suburb in Northern Virginia, had a total population of 57,737. Between the 2000 and 2010 censuses, the CDP was divided, with a portion of it becoming Burke Centre CDP; the population remaining in the Burke CDP was reported at 41,055 in the 2010 census.
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4 based on 133 reviews
Coyote Grille Fairfax VA A culinary adventure of southwest cuisine. Dishes prepared by Executive Chef Juan Carlos Balderrama
This unassuming exterior hides a charming cozy place inside. The bartender is friendly and actually brings your drink himself along with noting any request he couldnt fill for "next time" - amazing! The service is warm and prompt. And the food is excellent! The complimentary chips and salsa are not an overwhelmingly big basket but just enough till the entree shows up. The Sedona salad was fresh and piquant and the churros were warm little logs with the most amazing dipping sauces! Speaking of sauces, they make their own house made chipotle sauce which we ended up buying a bottle fo to take home - it was that good! The chipotle had heat but not the kind that takes the roof off your mouth. The entire experience was pleasant and warm, the service was just impeccable, with gentle suggestions and prompts. And the prices are so reasonable you feel like slapping your head and thinking why was I not here before? Loved it and will be back!
3 based on 103 reviews
We decided to have dinner here after returning from a vacation, and just wanted an easy meal that we hoped would be predictably good. That wasn't to be the case. Austin Grill was purchased by a corporation years ago, and it has been inconsistent ever since. On this Friday evening, once seated, we were greeted by our waiter and he immediately asked what cocktail we wanted from the bar. We asked for time to look at the menu, he got busy with others, and we then had a 15 minute wait for our drinks after ordering. The restaurant was full and the waiters and kitchen had their hands full. However, the manager had plenty of time to go from table to table to greet patrons. My husband ordered the soft taco special while I ordered a taco salad. Unfortunately, Neither was worth finishing as the ingredients were not in fresh, prime condition, and tasted blah and mediocre.We left with a corporate taste on our mouths.This restaurant is where my grown daughter had her first job, when the company wasn't corporate owned, when the food was crisp, fresh, and high quality, and when they made the tortilla chips right on site. We've had many positive memories here. This visit put a damper on those memories.
4 based on 772 reviews
American casual restaurant with a micro brewery serving western inspired food in a fun and relaxing atmosphere.
I have found Sweetwater Tavern an excellent go to restaurant for outstanding salads. I especially like mine topped off with their territic marinated salmon. Except for one unpleasant evening the service has also been very good. On the particular evening in question we had a waiter who seemed to not want to be bothered with serving and made mistakes in our orders, a very unusual occurence for this very good chain of restaurants which takes pride in service. A chat with the manager gave us a coupon to cover one meal, but of course, while a reasonable thing to do, that doesn't make up for a wasted evening. However, going back after that resulted in much better food and service. It is a favorite of ours for dining out on a patio, although the wait for a table there can be a bit long. This is one of our go-to restaurants.
4 based on 140 reviews
Three of us were here recently for lunch for the first time. First, the seats in the booths are so uncomfortable, that after eating we had to cut our usual lunch chat short because our knees and legs were hurting--the bench seats are low and deep with very slim pads only part way on with the rest of the seat being bare wood. Owww.The food was average with reasonable prices; what you can find at lots of fast casual places in the area. I ordered the Raspberry Ice Tea and almost passed out with how sweet it was--I had to ask for water to dilute it just so I could drink it. They have no Gluten Free bread and their menu is super heavy on sandwiches, burgers and breaded stuff. So I had the Prime Rib sandwich with no bread. It was OK; the meat was sliced very thin but was still somewhat fatty. The accompanying fries were good. My friends both had the Crab Cake sandwich that they said was fine but nothing special. The service was OK; the place was fairly empty. Won't go back.
4 based on 156 reviews
Oh George! Tables and Taphouse is a high-energy concept located at University Mall in Fairfax, Virginia. While serious about beer, with 24 craft brews on draft, Oh George! delights diners with more than ordinary taphouse fare. Serving fire-roasted pizza,
food was good, waitress was good. will definitely go back next time we're in the area. narrowed down my choices to 3 things and finally decided on the one of the thin crust pizzas that was delicious.Awesome! We couldn't be happier to hear you loved your meal and overallâ visit. Thanks for sharing.
4 based on 61 reviews
Serving Burke and Fairfax Station for 22 Years Your Favorite Local Place With Great Food and Delicious Drinks for the Whole Family âThe BEST Angus Beef Burgers and Sliders in Fairfaxâ with Over 20 Toppings to Choose from Our Customers LOVE our Natural Chi
This location has closed. They have moved up the street to the shopping center with the wal-mart in it , close to the 7-11.
4 based on 1368 reviews
I've been eating at Mike's now and then for 17 years. I must say, I've always really loved their crab cakes. And, now, not so much. There were four of us at dinner. Everyone else was pleased, but I ordered my usual crab cakes and they were truly pitiful. I'd been thinking about them for the entire 2,500 mile drive to Springfield and was SOOOO disappointed in their quality and taste. Come on, Mike's, you can do better than this.Hello,Thank you for taking the time to review Mike's. We always appreciate feedback from our guests and I am so sorry to hear that we disappointed you during your most recent visit. One of our managers would like to personally reach out. Would you be willing to share your phone number with us?Sincerely, Taniya GraysonGreat American [email protected]
4 based on 227 reviews
The Auld Shebeen is Fairfax City's only authentic Irish Pub and Restaurant. In Ireland a Shebeen was an illicit drinking den, an after hours speakeasy where once inside people found good familiar conversation, drink, friends and great food! Fascinating hi
Went here to watch a footy match and have some food. Tim looked after us very well and nothing was too much trouble for him. My friend and I enjoyed bottomless mimosas while we all had a brunch meal which everyone really enjoyed.Thanks for stopping by and great to hear Tim took good care of you and you enjoyed your brunch. I hope you got the result you wanted in the match! Hopefully we will see you again soon. - Mick
4 based on 130 reviews
Hadn't been in quite a long time but friends who'd never been wanted to try it. The burgers are still the star and you can get two grades of meat ( the prime is less fat and less juicy but probably more healthy). There are eight or nine kinds of burgers plus bison burgers. This visit I tried the Philly cheese steak. Having gone to university in Philly I can say this is a good version of the Philly classic. Restaurant has a number of chicken and fish/ shrimp dishes and a nice children's menu. Lots of TVs all around with sports and news. Kids will love it as this group of five adults did.
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