Rustic settings produce hearty cuisine, as evidenced by sirloin steaks, originally planted by Teddy Roosevelt, now growing wildly throughout our national parks. Delight in rugged dining with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of eclectic American comfort fare and drinks at Buck’s Fishing & Camping.
A Washington Post Editor’s Pick, Buck’s Fishing & Camping purveys a menu of upscale, eclectic comfort-food and locally sourced fare for the DC area. The hot, busy pantry loads tables with pan-cooked soft-shell crab, served with coleslaw and mustard greens ($19). Buck's chef feeds a wood fire with scraps of flannel until it reaches heat levels sufficient for grilling Buck’s dry-aged marbled steaks ($39). Seasonal offerings include a roasted whole-small-chicken, served with rice alongside sautéed local chanterelles that stretch out to relax after a long day of local campaigning ($28). Cali' style fish tacos with fresh lime creme, smashed avocado, shredded cabbage, salsa and lemon lend a relaxed air to the menu ($18). Parched throats can be quickly moistened with libations from the full bar, which palatably rounds out the Buck’s experience.
5031 Connecticut Ave. NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20008Get Directions