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Millie's

Seafood

Spring Valley

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If you want the best seafood in DC, head to Millie’s. The New England-style restaurant is full of folks in top-siders dreaming about Capri or St. Barts while a giant compass on the wall indicates they're respectively a mere 4,606 and 1,689 miles away. You’ll see plenty of quesadillas and tacos floating around the room, but do not get distracted. You want the juicy seared scallops with cheesy orzo and the buttery swordfish kabob that smells just as good as it tastes. Come here for weeknight dinner with family or friends.

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