About Us

The Hunter’s Inn opened its doors in the heart
of Potomac Village in 1978.

Hunter’s Bar and Grill, originally named Hunter’s Inn, opened its doors in the heart of the Potomac Village in 1978. Hunter’s is known to many as the “Cheers of Potomac” due to its strong community presence and warm, inviting atmosphere. Local papers have praised Hunter’s Bar and Grill over the years. Washingtonian Magazine deemed Hunter’s burgers as one of “Washington’s Best”, Hunter’s received the Best of Potomac Reader’s Choice Award in 2022, and Hunter’s has also been named “the best place to meet”, “the best place to make a deal”, and “the most romantic restaurant” in Potomac, among many other accolades. Hunter’s offers a diverse menu including salads, pastas, sandwiches, burgers, seafood, and steaks as well as daily happy hour deals and daily specials.



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We have enjoyed this community restaurant for many years and after worrying about new management, we can now say, we are pleased… actually thrilled! Chef T. is a master at keeping the original menu and specials, while adding her expertise and talents with slight unanticipated changes. The service remains the same high standard and the ambience has changed a bit with bigger TVs in the bar.
Hunter’s is worthy of five stars!

– Karen J.

Just in town visiting so my wife and I went in for a few drinks and appetizers. We sat at the bar and Alfonso made my wife the perfect Martini. We had sliders and calamari. Absolutely delicious. If ever back in town…… we will be back!!!

– Hector Morales

Food was great and they had a great beer selection and better than that was the bartender herself. She was super friendly and attentive we did really warm personality that made you feel welcome. After all the experience was great. It’s a must go to place.

– Nathan Hunt

Good food and service. Had the New York strip and i tell you it was a amazing steak. Family loved there meals as well. This place will be a visit stop again

– Dustin Shotto