"Nathans sits at the best corner of the most powerful city in the world, the intersection of Wisconsin and M streets in the very heart of Georgetown. Zagat described Nathans as ""the quintessential Georgetown saloon."" The saloon, or ""front"" room, with its wood trim and brass fixtures, dark navy walls, and art work and memorabilia celebrating sailing and lacrosse, is a haunt for both local folks and bold-faced names, and always welcoming to travelers. If you drink it, Nathans bar has it. The dining room, or ""back"" room, is a homage to American politics, featuring the black and white photographs of Pulitzer-prize winning photographer David Hume Kennerly, against a background of wood paneling, red leather banquettes and booths, and a polished teak floor. It is cozy, calm and intimate, ideal for a meal that's business, friends, family or a romantic date. In both rooms the food is American classics, including prime Chicago steaks, grilled local seafood, and pasta made fresh daily."