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Tony & Joe's Seafood Place

Address
3000 K. St. N.W. Washington DC 20007
Phone
(202) 944-4545
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(202) 944-4134

Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
11:00am-10:00pm
Monday
11:00am-10:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am-10:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am-10:00pm
Thursday
11:00am-10:00pm
Friday
11:00am-10:00pm
Saturday
11:00am-10:00pm

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Tony and Joe s Seafood Place is a restaurant in Washington, D.C., that features a large selection of fresh seafood, as well as traditional favorites. Tony and Joe s features scenic views of Washington Harbour and its historical surrounding area. The restaurant has a large number of wines and spirits. Menu items include Canadian Farm-Raised Atlantic Salmon Filet, Carolina Mountain Farm-Raised...

Tony & Joe's Seafood Place is a family-owned restaurant located in Georgetown's Washington Harbour, serving only the freshest seafood. Our dining room and spacious outdoor terrace offers sweeping views of the Potomac River, the Kennedy Center and the beautiful Washington Harbour fountains. Tony & Joe's Seafood Place is the perfect venue for private events, casual events, family events,...

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4 stars
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3 stars
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2 stars
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Every restaurant in D.C. has its claim to fame: best ribs, best people-watching, best bathrooms (really). But Tony and Joe’s on the Georgetown waterfront is unrivaled in what locals call ""vibe.""...

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It was OK and not much more. Not a great ...

Average Rating
60

It was OK and not much more. Not a great atmosphere, but it was OK. I won't rush back.

Had a wonderful birthday brunch on Sund ...

Average Rating
100

Had a wonderful birthday brunch on Sunday! The truest definition of bottomless mimosas - our glasses were never empty! There were sooooo many options on the buffet to choose from, we had to remind ourselves that we didnt HAVE to get everything at once!

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Whether or not you're a fan of seafood, Tony and Joe's Seafood Place is a place you cannot miss. Home to a variety of delectable fresh, seafood delicacies, this restaurant is every seafood lover's paradise. Take a seat in the chic indoor setting or feel the breeze run through your hair and take in the spectacular view of the harbor as you sit at one of the fabulous outdoor tables. Prepared only...

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On the Menu: Locals rave about the crab bisque and crab dip, and with a view of the Chesapeake just down the river, standards for shellfish dishes are high.

What to Drink: All drinks served on the outdoor patio come in disposable cups, making the upscale bar feel like a frat party spilling down the hill from Georgetown University. Stay toward the stiffer stuff for a better bang for the buck--bottled beer is split between two cups.

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