What You'll Get
Crabcakes, like babies, are small, cute, and tempting to nibble on. Indulge your peckish appetite with today's Groupon. For $10, you get $20 worth of seafood, drinks, and more at Bobby’s Crabcakes, located in Rockville.
At Bobby’s Crabcakes, patrons can sample top-notch fishy fare without exposing themselves to surprise high-seas glacier attacks or searching for tasty crustaceans in the frigid depths of mall fountains. Bobby’s has pulled in fishnets full of accolades, as well as carracks of customers toting grumbling stomachs and crab-cracking mallets. Dinner and lunch menus offer a variety of surf fare, such as the crab-cake platter with fries and slaw ($26.50) and broiled Atlantic salmon with fresh herbs and sautéed French beans ($17.95). Additionally, frequent land dwellers petrified by the mystical ocean and its bevy of creatures and underwater super-villain lairs can opt for delectable ground-based grub. Tantalizing chicken marsala with roasted potatoes ($14.95) or a juicy chophouse burger ($11.95) will undoubtedly douse fiery appetites and cheer up souls reeling from la terra trema. Additionally, refreshing drinks will spark belting about the aquatic adventures of the past and cure scurvy with a twist of lemon juice.
Captain Ahab went searching for the ocean’s finest fare and was mortally wounded by a random arrow. Instead of shoving off for the cold comforts of the sea life, stay put on steady ground and voyage to Bobby’s Crabcakes, where delicious dishes take the place of the limitless ferocity of giant, vengeful whales.
The Washington Post reviewed Bobby's Crabcakes, listing it in its 2008 Fall Dining Guide. In addition to awarding it Best Crab Cakes 2008, the Washington City Paper also placed it in its 50 Best Restaurants in DC in 2009. The Washingtonian also recommended it. Yelpers give Bobby's Crabcakes an average of three stars, and 80% of Urbanspooners like it.
- Blue booths, brick walls, marble tabletops and sepia-toned photographs pretend to age this fledgling seafood purveyor, where the lobster roll is the equal of the crab cake, the macaroni and cheese sports a fine cracker crust and the key lime pie emphasizes tang over sweetness. Service might be indifferent. The food never is. – Tom Sietsema, Washington Post
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 19, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.