Tony and Joes Restaurant Washington DC Great location for drinks and light food by the waterfront! It’s always busy packed on the weekends but was lucky this past Sunday for a table outdoors! Service is great too.
- Name : Tony and Joes Restaurant
- Worktime : ,11:30 AM – 9:00 PM
- Type : Seafood Restaurant
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- Prices : $
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Tony and Joes Restaurant Washington DC Address :
3000 K St NW, Washington, DC 20007،
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Seafood wise, top favorites were the Hot Crab Dip, Steamed Top Neck Clams and the Chilled Seafood Tower!
We ordered the 4 dishes and our favorite had to be the crab cake. We were coming off of a tour bus and the guide recommended the crab cakes, and i’m not a very big fan of crab in general but when i went on the website multiple reviews were about the crab cake so we just had to order it. Both the dip and crab cake were amazing. This was the one time I actually enjoyed crab. You should definitely come here!
Excellent all around. The food was incredible, the drinks were impressive, the service from Allen was fantastic. What an incredible spot on the water this place has. You can watch the rowing teams practicing, yachts coming in, or the planes landing at DCA.
This place has a fantastic outdoor location with a nice view of waterfront and all the vibe and life in it. That is about it. Quality of drinks and snack are 7/10 for the price. This place is not known for serving delicious main courses.
Overall I thought this was a great place. Sitting outside with that view was nice, although at sunset that sun was very strong. My only complaint was the Hendrick’s gin cocktail I had which was probably the worst drink I’ve had in a while.
Excellent food. We had late lunch/dinner there in a recent visit to my son. The setting is absolutely beautiful with a great view of so,e of DC’s historical places like the Watergate Hotel, Theodore Roosevelt island, the Kennedy Center, the Potomac River and the lovely Georgetown District. Foot traffic has picked up so lots to look at with young people jogging through the area.