What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- $27 for $50 worth of seafood, steak, and pasta for dine-in for two or more
- $54 for $100 worth of seafood, steak, and pasta for dine-in for four or more
- $77 for $150 worth of seafood, steak, and pasta for catering
- $22 for $40 worth of seafood, steak, and pasta for takeout
- View the menu.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 15, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, 1 as a gift. Limit 1/table. Limit 1/visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for restaurant week menu, happy hour specials or other promotions. Not valid at Point Lookout clam bar. Must purchase 1 food item. Alcohol not discounted more than 50%. Merchant is solely responsible for all sales and delivery of alcohol. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Click here to view current hours. Not valid for Sunday brunch or prix-fixe. 2- & 4-person options valid only for dine-in. Catering & takeout options valid only for pickup. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fisherman's Catch
All restaurants have food suppliers, but Fisherman's Catch sources seafood from its very own fleet of fishing vessels. These boats help stock the raw bar with oysters, clams on the half shell, and the freshest catches of the day. The rest of the seafood can be found in dishes such as the blackened sea scallops, the seared tuna, and the eatery's signature plate: a bountiful assortment of shrimp, scallops, market fish, mussels, and half a lobster tail sautéed in a white wine sauce and served atop linguine. As for land-based fare, 16-ounce cuts of grilled rib eye steak and roasted free-range chicken make for mouthwatering options.
Given that Fisherman's Catch gazes directly out onto the glistening waters of Reynold's Channel, its focus on seafood makes perfect sense. Large windows fill the walls of the high-ceilinged dining room, providing stunning views of the sunset and the strange solar eclipse that happens at noon each day. Tables draped with crisp white linens sit beneath arching rafters, rustic chandeliers, and a faux shark that dangles from the ceiling. In the fully stocked bar area, a 50-inch flat-screen television provides a steady stream of sports as an alternative to the ocean views.