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Sea Catch Restaurant & Raw Bar Closes Doors After 30 Years in Business
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Sea Catch Restaurant & Raw Bar Closes Doors After 30 Years in Business

The Sea Catch Restaurant & Raw Bar announces the closing of their doors as of January 29, 2017. This comes after being in business for over 30 years and serving up some of the finest seafood and having the best raw oyster bar in the area.

“The restaurant was a big part of the community for over three decades,” says Lisa Hornstein, vice president of sales and marketing at RB Properties, Inc. “We thank all the diners who supported us over the years.”

There will be something new in the future. Plans of what that entails have not been released at this time. The restaurant was a favorite of locals and tourists alike, specializing in an extensive raw bar, seasonal menus, and offering a variety of locally sourced seafood. Sea Catch Restaurant & Raw Bar, was located at 1054 31st St. NW in Washington, D.C.

Sea Catch Restaurant & Raw Bar was located in the historic Georgetown area of Washington, D.C. The restaurant is known for preparing some of the best seafood culinary delights in the area, always using the freshest ingredients that are locally sourced whenever possible. They exclusively offered two types of local oysters. Open for more than 30 years, the restaurant closed its doors on January 29, 2017. 

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