Had the soft-shell crab, which was good. Others at the table had halibut (all who had it l really enjoyed it).
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We had a delightful lunch here after a boat tour on the Potomac. The she-crab soup is so good you want to ask for another serving....Crab cake was also delicious. Service was excellent. We would definitely return.
Heard someone say this was a good place for lunch so we decided to try it. The building truly is a very old building in a historic part of town. Although it is an old building it has been restored so it has a very...More
We stopped for lunch and had a great meal! The menu has many choices, including soups, salads,sandwiches and meals. The entree salad was excellent. She crab soup, fish and chips, really great quality fish. Seafood cioppino was to die for, with large shrimp, scallops, mussels,...More
Nestled in a 200+ year old building on King Street, The Ward never disappoints. Sit inside the restored Nd preserved building, or outside to people watch. Great seafood, appetizers and wine list that has something for everyone.
My wife chose the Wharf restaurant when it started to rain and they had an awning, weren't very busy, and had seafood. We made a wise choice. The ambience is very old, historic in nature, and I enjoy that. We started with the Calamari which...More
Excellent fresh fish and seafood. Ordered the fresh seafood selection and it was very good. Next time I will order the lobster pasta. Good but, prefer to go to Landini's next door.
The seafood was wonderful at the Wharf Restaurant on King Street. I had the she crab soup, and the shrimp po'boy and both were excellent. Very generous serving sizes as well, and the restaurant itself is beautiful and historical.
I was traveling in the area and dined with friends. The restaurant has a very dark, nautical atmosphere, so its perfect for dinner. We enjoyed fantastic Chesapeake Bay oysters, followed by crab cakes and several other delcious entrees. Loved the atmosphere both in and outside...More