When it comes to seafood, D.C. often finds itself overshadowed by neighboring Maryland, a state celebrated for its crab cakes. But from its seat on the Potomac River, Fish Wharf—also known as Maine Avenue Fish Market—provides a visible reminder of D.C.’s own flourishing seafood scene. According to _Lonely Planet_, locals prepare “still flopping” seafood for your plate right in front of you. Paired with a beer and waterfront view, Fish Wharf gives a glimpse of what awaits at D.C.’s plentiful seafood restaurants.
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