The ocean has long been a stage for humanity's grandest achievements, from Magellan's circumnavigation of the globe to Columbus's discovery that lobsters look like tiny monsters. Set sail for seafood with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Seafood and Drinks
Diners can start with a steaming bowl of clam chowder ($6) before ordering raw oysters ($15 for a half dozen), crispy fried catfish ($7), or lobster rolls served in the style of Maine or Connecticut ($19). Signature cocktails take the form in margaritas ($6), oyster shots ($4), and dark and stormys ($8). Click here to see the full menu.
The charm and simplicity of the Maine lobster shack is heaved ashore at Georgetown's Tackle Box, which popped onto Bon Appétit's radar as one of the Best Seafood Restaurants of 2008. Just inside the door on a pocked brick wall, a weathered Old Glory greets diners as they stand before the counter's chalkboard menu to check on the day's fresh catch and wonder if sailors wear their ties in a figure-eight knot. Since Tackle Box shoulders a steadfast commitment to sustainability, each meal can vary, as cooks fry or grill the bounty of fishermen's nets that may swell with haddock or catfish.
Diners can choose smoked trout to pair with hand-cut fries or mac 'n' cheese, all of which they can enjoy at a fire-red picnic table. For an extra kick, fingers may dip fare or put out a burning dynamite fuse in a classic tartar or spicy marinara sauce.
THE MAC AND CHEESE AT TACKLE BOX IS AMAZING. I don't know what they put in it (though it definitely includes paprika) but they have perfected it.Claire W., 11/24/12
Don't think you can go wrong with anything here.Michael K., 2/5/13
82% of 3,213 customers
“if you know you want lobster, call ahead--sometimes they are out; they are really nice about it; the grilled squid is GREAT; i love the fried green tomatoes”
“Great food. Great location to just pop off M Street for a quick and casual (but very good) meal. For some reason I thought there was an upstairs, but these tiny...”
“Great food. Great location to just pop off M Street for a quick and casual (but very good) meal. For some reason I thought there was an upstairs, but these tiny little locations are always the best! :) Will def go again”
“Great food and very nice people!”
3241 M St NW
Washington DC, District of Columbia 20007Get Directions