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John Strongbow's Tavern
$40 to Spend on Medieval Fare and Drinks

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Known for its love of medieval art, history, and lore, John Strongbow's Tavern on King Street invites modern-day locals to take a trip back in time and dine on 15th century fare. Authentic down to the spices, all dishes are prepared with ingredients that were around before 1453:

• $20 for $40 to spend on food and drink at dinner
• $15 ($28 value) for a Sunday brunch buffet for two
• Brunch features an omelette station, waffle station, pancakes, sizzling bacon, juicy prime rib, and more

"Try something - anything - on the pretzel bun! They are fresh and delicious!" - FourSquare Reviewer

A Feast Fit for a King
Start your meal with a basket of breads, salted pretzels, or a cheese plate including blueberry goat and Irish port cheese, before toasting to the (k)night with a mug of your favorite soft-drink. Main courses include meatloaf with pear sauce, roasted duck breast with a raspberry sauce, chicken skewers roasted in a honey mustard glaze, trout cooked in a garlic, lemon, and rosemary sauce, and much more. Top off the night by trying the fresh berry tarts or a cheese fritter, described on the menu as "a true medieval staple." All servers and staff stay true to their roles, and with live entertainment to boot, there's a good chance you'll forget that you're actually in 2014.

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    710 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
    703-836-4000 | get directions

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