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Three Places to Find Non-Traditional Club Sandwiches

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Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

Sure, most clubs are made with turkey or chicken. But some restaurants have other ideas. Here are three places where another protein takes a starring role.

The spot: The Jefferson
The sandwich: The Greenhouse at the luxurious D.C. hotel serves up a Lobster Club with curry mayo and bacon on toasted brioche at lunch. A Salmon club has also been spotted on Quill's bar menu in the past. ($24)

The spot: Cafe Soleil
The sandwich: Ham is featured on this restaurant's take on the club (which includes turkey as well), along with sliced onion, arugula, tomatoes and pepperjack cheese. Spicy mustard, balsamic and a ciabatta roll round out the dish. ($11)

The spot: Oceanaire
The sandwich: Oceanaire offers a crab cake club at lunch with bacon, lettuce tomato, mustard mayo and of course, a crabcake ($19.95)
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The Oceanaire Seafood Room

1201 F St NW Washington DC