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gnapoli Mar 29, 2007 06:29 AM

I am a displaced Pittsburgher new to the area, working in Bethesda and living in Germantown MD. In the burgh there are dozens of places that serve their own version of a huge fried fish sandwich, but I have not found one here. If anyone knows of one, please share (the location, not the sandwich!).

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    food.fiend RE: gnapoli Mar 29, 2007 07:48 AM

    try aamonns in old town, super pollo in ballston, and market lunch at eastern market for a start...

    1. monkeyrotica RE: gnapoli Mar 29, 2007 07:57 AM

      Completely out of your way, but the only huge fried fish sandwich worth eating in DC is at Horace & Dickies at 12th and H NE DC. Four pieces the size of your forearm on Wonder Bread for $4.85. Faidleys in Baltimore does a similar one, but I know of none in Montgomery County.

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        EricDC RE: monkeyrotica Mar 29, 2007 12:36 PM

        OH MY GOD, so true on Horace and Dickie's. I was waiting for shot and a haircut ($12 Tuesday nights at the Red and the Black, an Atlas District bar), so I decided to look around for somewhere better to eat and found myself at Horace & Dickie's. "Tiny Place + Line Out the Door = Gonna be cheap and good" was my thinking - and it was so right.

        The sandwich was HUGE (four pieces of of fried fish on white bread - though it didn't actually in any way fit ON the bread; each piece was twice as long as a piece of bread is); CHEAP (less than $5), and amazingly delicious (USE the hot sauce!!!)

        Can't wait to go back.... oh baby.

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          CMACDC RE: EricDC Mar 29, 2007 04:11 PM

          Horace & Dickie's is definitely the best cheap choice. For an upscale version. go to Breadline on Fridays.

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        KOK RE: gnapoli Mar 29, 2007 08:40 AM

        It's no Wholey's or Benkovitz (it isn't even the fried fish sub at Armstrong's), but Cameron Seafood isn't bad and there appears to be one in Bethesda.

        Thanks,

        Kevin

        http://www.cameronsseafood.com/

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          shellymck RE: gnapoli Mar 29, 2007 09:17 AM

          Royal Mile Pub in Wheaton does a sandwich version of their fish and chips that I like.

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