As close to home as possible.I always miss the crabs, but you bring me back to the “old days” (the BEST WAYS) of crabbing.I
A lively spot on Fairfax city Blvd serving a high standard and fresh seafood every day. All the meat is preserved in a safe and sustainable way. I tried their Maine lobster with garlic-grilled red shrimp. And no ingredient can be found coming from endangered species, a reflection of their concern for environment as well as customer demand. But their waiting time is way too long. At the front desk we waited 15 minutes, at the bar 10. And there weren’t that many customer too. I hope they speed up their service.
Best place for best crabs, located along Route 50 in Fairfax, they're dedicated in serving the freshest, meatiest steamed blue crabs in the area. I especially liked the snow crab legs and fried oysters. The seasoning was really strong, perhaps too strong for my liking. I will give full stars next time when i will visit Captain Pels and get my food with proper seasoning.
For Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food visit Moby dick house of kabob located in Fairfax Blvd. I bought heated lamb and kabobs, they were extremely delicious. One can't beat the price for such a filling meal. I wouldn’t order the vegetables though. Last time I had their ‘Ghormeh Sabzi’ and it tasted a bit rotten to me. I cannot give five stars for that.
I was at your Chantilly Virginia location last night (Sunday evening - 6/8/14). In point of fact, it was the third time within a week that I had dined at the bar.I was informed by the staff that the corporate rules for Bonefish are that only sports and one of the various food channels are permitted to be shown on the TVs placed in the bar. Are you folks brain dead? No news, weather, or other broadcasts like nature specials? Is it your idea that by dumbing down the input media we will all be more happy Bonefish campers? A college baseball game between Kennesaw State and TCU and some guy droning on the about the merits of mussels over clams. The excitement in the room was palpable! Certainly not much in the way of entertainment. I realize the primary reason for going to the Bonefish is fine dining. But if you are going to have televisions on, then quit treating us like children. I took an informal poll of other folks sitting at the bar before I left. Everyone I asked thought it was just another example of silly corporate paternalism.The consensus was you should change your name to Bonehead!