Fish Restaurant Deals in Washington DC
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• $13 for $26 worth of West African dinner cuisine • Authentic dishes including roasted chicken, smoked fish and traditional stews • Small eatery with vibrant decor named for Cameroonian soccer star Roger Miller This summer has been so busy with work that DealChicken hasn’t had time to vacation in the states, much less abroad. Today’s deal allows him (and all of you) to take a trip to West Africa without leaving the ZIP code: Roger Miller Restaurant is offering their tasty cuisine at half price. Delight the taste buds with goat pepper soup, roasted chicken crispy with roasted peppers and roasted croaker—a whole fish cooked to order. Wash it down with passionfruit orange guava juice or a crisp ginger beer, and enjoy a mini vacation right in town.
Why You Should Go: You flip flop on your favorite area restaurants, from classic pubs to decadent Italian spots, always on the search for that perfect combination of food, fun and festivities. Well, get ready meet your main squeeze: Maine Fish Market Restaurant in East Windsor. This historic family owned and operated eatery has a fresh fish dish for all, and the fun is never-ending. What You Should Taste: We love the Fried Maine Popcorn Shrimp, Calamari and the Steamers, the Broiled Lobster & Crab Legs Combo, Fried Sea Scallop Roll, Broiled Filet of Sole, Fried Whole Belly Clam Sandwich and the Surf 'N Turf with a 10oz Delmonico and Broiled Lobster. Or, check out the retail counter for daily selections of fresh and ready to cook seafood like Swordfish, Oysters, Haddock, Scrod and Clams. What You Should Know: Originally founded in 1980 as a fish market by the Vamvilis family, the Maine Fish Market Restaurant now resides in one of Connecticut's oldest commercial buildings, dating back to the 1780's. From fried favorites to upscale entrees, Maine Fish will be your main spot.
Inviting somebody to break bread is an act of hospitality, like when a strongman breaks his door in half so you can come inside. Share a meal with this Groupon. $15 for $30 Worth of Japanese Food Appetizers such as deep-fried soft-shell crab ($10.50) precede filet mignon teriyaki ($21.50), nabeyaki udon with chicken, fish cake, and spinach ($10.75), and plenty of sushi, including tuna sashimi ($4.95) and spicy yellowtail rolls ($4.75). See the full menu.
Why You Should Go: No matter what puts a smile on your face - puppies, rainbows, babies - there's nothing quite like a good meal to make you grin from ear to ear. Head to a place where comfort food is always ready to be served with a smile, Gostilna at Knezak Restaurant and Lounge. Why You’ll Love It: Despite the tongue-twister of a name, this neighborhood restaurant serves up classic American comfort food in a friendly setting. The portions are hearty, the meals are affordable, and yes, the bar is fully stocked. What to Eat: Satisfy your tummy with dishes like classic oven-baked meatloaf, veal parmesan over pasta, or season-rubbed half bbq chicken with potato salad. There’s also their famous Bob’s Belly Buster Fish Dinner, an 8 ounce battered Pollock fillet that’s fried to golden brown perfect.