The Hunter's Inn opened its doors in the heart of Potomac Village in 1977. An Instant success, local papers named Hunter's "The best place to meet", "The best place to make a deal" and "The most romantic restaurant". Washingtonian Magazine described the burger as one of Washington's best.
The Hunter's Inn has been reborn through the efforts of Washington natives Fred and Murray Berman. The two brothers combined have more than 50 years of restaurant experience. Since they've taken control over the restaurant's operations, immediate improvements have been made to the quality of food and service.
Executive Chef John Sarg from the acclaimed Culinary Institute of America offers exceptional American cuisine. Prior to joining the Hunter's Inn, Sarg worked for Washington's, D.C.'s Galileo and Teatro Goldini, as well as New York City's San Dominico.
Concentrating on fresh fish, quality meats and innovative menu selections as well as large entree salads, pasta, ribs, and chops, Chef Sarg has elevated the cuisine to an incomparable standard. To compliment the menu, Fred and Murray have expanded and enhanced the wine list, making it one the most extensive in the Potomac area.
Hunter's Inn is considered the "Cheers of Potomac" always a friendly place to meet your friends. It's a place where families gather for celebrations or where a couple can go for an intimate dinner. Whether you're in the mood for a sandwich or filet mignon, this restaurant is for you.