Find out what Cajun & Creole restaurants to try in Oxon Hill. Oxon Hill is an unincorporated area and census-designated place (CDP) in southern Prince George's County, Maryland, United States. Oxon Hill is a suburb of Washington, D.C., located southeast of the downtown district and east of Alexandria, Virginia. It contains the new 300-acre (120 ha) National Harbor development on the shore of the Potomac River.
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4 based on 870 reviews
Steak, seafood, Creole & other classic American dishes served in a casual yet elegant historical space.
The Warehouse is seafood, Cajun, and land-based cuisine. All are equally good, beautifully presented. A sophisticated and almost European atmosphere, the service is quite good. My favorite dish is the crawfish Ã©touffÃ©e with rice - it is amazing. The flounder is awesome, jambalaya is excellent. Salads are fresh. Love this place!
4 based on 296 reviews
At Southside 815, we pride ourselves on serving quality food, and lots of it, with friendly, efficient service at a very affordable price. Washingtonian Magazine has recognized our efforts by including Southside 815 in Washington's 100 Very Best Bargain r
Bleu Cheese Burger with bacon was dy-no-mite! And fries just as good. Happy hour pricing is truly happy for the customer. And very energeteic crowd. Great stop!
4 based on 312 reviews
Authentic Creole, Cajun and Seafood Restaurant in Alexandria Virginia
Our friends RAVED about this place that turned out to be something of a dive-bar with a rather dated restaurant attached. The Cajun food was, at best, mediocre compared to anything I've had in NOLA, New York, Chicago or Lafayette. We opted for the special of the day: Haddock for me and a chicken concoction for my wife. Trading off portions of each, we were both disappointed with the selections each of us had made. Even the dessert was mediocre - a Key Lime pie that tasted like it had been sitting in the kitchen for a week with a strawberry that hadn't been cut off at the top. To be polite, we raved about the dinner to our friends who seemed not to have ever had anything really good out of bayou country. Take a pass on this one unless you've never had Cajun before and you want something rather mild as an initiation.
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