Seafood Restaurants in Landover

Seafood for Parties of Two or Four at Yummi Crawfish (Up to 50% Off)

Yummi Crawfish

Washington

Louisiana-style crawfish, along with other seafood favorites such as blue crab, mussels, and raw oysters sided with corn and potatoes

$20 $12

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$12 for $20 Worth of Shellfish and Seafood at Chasin' Tails Cajun Seafood & Bar

Chasin' Tails Cajun Seafood & Bar

Arlington/Falls Church

Crawfish, shrimp, snow-crab legs, and blue crabs prepared Cajun-style or with their signature Oh Dang sauce

$20 $12

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Seafood Dinner for Two or More or Four or More at Olde Towne Inn (Up to 43% Off)

Olde Towne Inn

Upper Marlboro

Sophisticated American fare; crab stuffed salmon, blackened mahi mahi, and seafood fettuccine with fresh scallops, shrimp, and crab

$30 $17

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Casual Seafood at Fifer's Seafood (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

Fifer's Seafood

Green Haven

Chefs prepare New England favorites, such as freshly shucked little-neck clams, fried oysters with cocktail sauce, and jumbo crab cakes

$40 $22

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Café Cuisine at 49 West (50% Off). Three Options Available.

49 West Coffeehouse, Winebar & Gallery

Annapolis

Hearty breakfast dishes, healthy sandwiches, and seafood entrees served in a café with local artwork and live music

$30 $15

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$25 for $40 Worth of Seafood and Steaks During Dinner at Carrol's Creek Cafe

Carrols Creek Restaurant

Annapolis

Upscale restaurant on the Annapolis waterfront serving steaks and fresh seafood such as Maryland crab cakes and herb-encrusted rockfish

$40 $25

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American Food for Two or Four or More at Riverboat On The Potomac (49% Off)

Riverboat On The Potomac

Colonial Beach

Classic American dishes paired with a panoramic view of the Potomac River

$35 $18

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In Istanbul, fish caught from the Bosphorus River is immediately grilled and served to patrons on a warm bun. This fresh-caught philosophy is the inspiration for Fishnet, where cooks hand-cut fillets of bluefish, salmon, or the daily catch and let customers top them with one of four housemade sauces.

5010 Berwyn Rd
College Park,
MD
US

Mid Atlantic Seafood's kitchen staff assembles creations from an eclectic menu of fish samplers, wings, sandwiches, breakfast items, and Chinese-inspired dishes. Patrons can choose from almost 20 types of fish, such as haddock ($9.99–$18.99) and catfish ($9.49–$18.49), and order they be baked, grilled, stuffed, or nestled between layers of bread in a sandwich.

6500 New Hampshire Ave
Takoma Park,
MD
US

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.

3241 M St NW
Washington,
DC
US

Inspired by local ingredients and bistro-style flair, Nage's executive chef crafts contemporary American dishes that range from pan seared strip loin with roasted potatoes and squash to Chesapeake crab cakes with sweet potato gratin and pumpkin soubise. Nage enhances the American classic mac ?n? cheese with chunks of lobster, a three-cheese mornay sauce, and english peas to create one of their most popular dishes. To ensure a guaranteed table, Nage would greatly appreciate patrons making a dinner reservation.

1600 Rhode Island Ave. NW
Washington,
DC
US

No question about it, Hank’s Oyster Bar offers a culinary experience you won’t get anywhere else, According to Food & Wine, Hank’s chef and owner Jamie Leeds actually helped develop a new breed of oyster exclusively for his restaurant—the sweet, mild Hayden Reef oyster.

1624 Q St
Washington,
DC
US

Certified etiquette consultant Alexandra Kovach conducts a crash course in dining etiquette, with participants living out the tutorial during a delicious three-course dinner with pre-selected wine. Topics of the course include seating, eating styles, napkin etiquette, toasting, dinner-party hosting, and how to be a good guest. With an open forum style and a limit of 40 people per class, the course allows its participants the opportunity to ask Alexandra about where to put the fork after finishing a meal and how to properly react when someone accidentally pours soup on your unpublished manuscript.

2350 M St NW
Washington,
DC
US