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10 Seafood Burgers To Try in The Washington Area

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Eating a thick, juicy burger doesn't always mean sinking your teeth into a slab of red meat. Try biting into salmon burger at The Hamilton or a shrimp burger at Proof or even one made with mussels at Et Voila!

Pescatarians rejoice: here is a round up of restaurants that offer burgers of the sea.

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Food Wine & Co.

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Bethesda’s Food Wine and Co. is one of several restaurants that offer an Asian-style salmon burger. Served at lunch, Food Wine & Co.’s version is topped with miso mayo, pickled Asian slaw and togarashi (Japanese red chili pepper).

Columbia Firehouse

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Chef Johnny Miele serves ahi tuna burger sliders with sesame, white soy, pickled cucumber and toasted brioche.

Burger Tap & Shake (BTS)

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The Upstream Run combines ground salmon, Asian slaw, Sriracha aioli, and mixed greens. The buns are made in house.

Cesco Osteria

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Bethesda’s Cesco Osteria doesn’t just stick to just tuna or salmon or rockfish. Available at lunch, the fish burger combines all three types of fish and is served on a roll with tomato slices, frisée and tartar sauce.

Farmers Fishers Bakers

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The Georgetown waterfront restaurant offers two kinds of fish burgers. The seared ahi tuna salad burger is topped with lemon vinaigrette and lemon aioli, celery, red onion, fennel, bread and butter pickle relish, capers, arugula and Dijon mustard. The fried white fish sliders are topped with house made tartar sauce and peanut cider slaw. Both burgers are served on house made buns.

The Hamilton

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Clyde’s Restaurant Group might be known for their beef burgers, but The Hamilton also serves an Asian-style salmon burger with crispy cucumber slaw and miso aioli served on a multigrain bun.

Et Voila!

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The French-Belgian restaurant features a mussels burger — or burger de moules — on its brunch menu served with aioli sauce and sweet potato fries.

Proof has offered a shrimp burger for lunch since opening seven years ago. It’s served with jalapeño, shaved cucumber, cilantro, pickled daikon and carrots.

Teddy & The Bully Bar

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Teddy & The Bully Bar’s braised octopus burger is served with avocado, romesco aioli and wilted kale on a pineapple roll.

Lincoln

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The McPherson Square gastropub features a cured sea trout burger with watercress, dijonnaise, smoked crème fraiche and caviar on a dill brioche roll.

Food Wine & Co.

Bethesda’s Food Wine and Co. is one of several restaurants that offer an Asian-style salmon burger. Served at lunch, Food Wine & Co.’s version is topped with miso mayo, pickled Asian slaw and togarashi (Japanese red chili pepper).

Columbia Firehouse

Chef Johnny Miele serves ahi tuna burger sliders with sesame, white soy, pickled cucumber and toasted brioche.

Burger Tap & Shake (BTS)

The Upstream Run combines ground salmon, Asian slaw, Sriracha aioli, and mixed greens. The buns are made in house.

Cesco Osteria

Bethesda’s Cesco Osteria doesn’t just stick to just tuna or salmon or rockfish. Available at lunch, the fish burger combines all three types of fish and is served on a roll with tomato slices, frisée and tartar sauce.

Farmers Fishers Bakers

The Georgetown waterfront restaurant offers two kinds of fish burgers. The seared ahi tuna salad burger is topped with lemon vinaigrette and lemon aioli, celery, red onion, fennel, bread and butter pickle relish, capers, arugula and Dijon mustard. The fried white fish sliders are topped with house made tartar sauce and peanut cider slaw. Both burgers are served on house made buns.

The Hamilton

Clyde’s Restaurant Group might be known for their beef burgers, but The Hamilton also serves an Asian-style salmon burger with crispy cucumber slaw and miso aioli served on a multigrain bun.

Et Voila!

The French-Belgian restaurant features a mussels burger — or burger de moules — on its brunch menu served with aioli sauce and sweet potato fries.

Proof

Proof has offered a shrimp burger for lunch since opening seven years ago. It’s served with jalapeño, shaved cucumber, cilantro, pickled daikon and carrots.

Teddy & The Bully Bar

Teddy & The Bully Bar’s braised octopus burger is served with avocado, romesco aioli and wilted kale on a pineapple roll.

Lincoln

The McPherson Square gastropub features a cured sea trout burger with watercress, dijonnaise, smoked crème fraiche and caviar on a dill brioche roll.

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