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.
Scott Nash started MOM's Organic Market in his mom's garage. He repurposed the space as a warehouse for organic goods, dispatching orders to local buyers. When he outgrew the space, he rented an actual warehouse, and then a bigger one, eventually outgrowing the home-delivery business and replacing it with a retail outlet. From there, the business mushroomed like a naturally grown, pesticide-free mushroom—it now maintains 10 retail locations across Maryland and Virginia. Each location subscribes to a single mission—to protect and restore the environment. Store managers stock organic and local products whenever possible, and reduce waste by minimizing packaging. To power their stores, they call upon natural energy sources, such as wind and the earth's molten core. As an added benefit, they buy in bulk to keep prices low and author recipes that transform organic produce into delicious meals.
Pure Wine Café invites wine aficionados and casual winers alike to their welcoming space, where burnt-sienna tabletops nuzzle against modern aluminum chairs. A quiet escape from the outside world, the café focuses on providing healthy and inspired bistro cuisine to accompany the various flavor profiles of its carefully selected wines, including 2.5 oz. samples, 5 oz. glasses, and bottles (ranging $20 and up for bottles). Friendly and knowledgeable sommeliers are more than happy to educate curious customers in the ways of different wines and guide them toward their perfect liquid match. Drink in, or bring home a bottle from Pure Wine's generous stock of affordable whites, reds, and bubblies. You can also use your Groupon toward the more expensive Reserve Cellar Selections ($96¬–$135), which are an elegant choice for marking any rare occasion or Stratego victory.
Fresh fare can be found at Fish In The Hood, where guests seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu. Put the diet on pause when you visit Fish In The Hood — there are no low-fat menu items. Tots are more than welcome to dine with their parents at Fish In The Hood. The patio seating at Fish In The Hood is perfect for those warm summer days.
Fish In The Hood is completely informal — dress as you see fit (and are most comfortable). For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your grub to go.
For those who wish to avoid traffic, Fish In The Hood is also accessible via public transportation, with a close stop at Georgia Ave Petworth (Green, Yellow). Guests of Fish In The Hood's Georgia Ave NW location can park their vehicles on the street.
Leave your piggy bank at home! With prices under $15, you can eat at Fish In The Hood for next to nothing.
The staff at Shaul's Kosher dual-purpose market cooks up ready-made meals for tasty takeout and stocks shelves with an extensive selection of Israeli groceries. Quiet echoing pantries with stockpiles of kosher comestibles, with foods from brands such as Strauss, Elite, and Osem, including Bamba, the peanut-flavored staple of snack-seeking children ($0.99). Osem's wheat and sesame crackers ($1.99 each) get blanketed with Tnuva cheeses ($5.49 and up), spreadable white cheeses with calcium additives that get bodies one step closer to a fully internalized periodic table. Avoid cumbersome kitchens and still serve a Shabbat-approved spread with meaty morsels from the takeout counter, including rotisserie chicken ($11.95), homemade corned-beef sandwiches ($8.50) or sweet-and-sour meatballs ($8.99/lb.), whose dichotomous flavor surprises taste buds more than a molar-incisor dance-off.
It can be hard to plan a healthy meal. Between finding top quality meat and vegetables, choosing a delicious recipe, and waiting for the ingredients to materialize in your pots and pans, eating well can almost feel impossible. That's why Heartland Home Foods makes every step of meal planning easier. For more than 65 years, the company has been delivering natural and organic foods to doorsteps and offering heart-healthy recipes to go along with them. Clients receive food based on their personal dietary needs and restrictions. All of its all-natural poultry, beef, pork, and seafood are guaranteed 100% chemical free with no growth hormones, steroids, preservatives, or antibiotics. Furthermore, all vegetables are 100% USDA certified organic.