March 16, 2022

Fat Fish Opens at The Wharf with Poké Bowls

WASHINGTON, D.C. (March 16, 2022)

The newest restaurant at The Wharf, Fat Fish, serves fresh-from-the-earth foods with a groovy twist!

The tropical retro-themed eatery offers quick, custom poké bowls, sushi style rolls, and vegan ice cream with exotic flavors.

Located in Market Square near the Municipal Fish Market, Fat Fish is brought to you by the same team as Chopsmith at The Wharf. As a purveyor of healthy food, environmental stewardship, and locally sourced products, Fat Fish is passionate about protecting the natural systems that sustain everyday life.

With their environmental roots, Fat Fish's menu is comprised largely of raw seafood and plants. Bowls and rolls include Sweet Sea Salmon, Tropical Tuna, Citrus Ceviche, and more. The menu also includes side dishes like poké nachos with edamame guacamole, seaweed salad, and spicy cucumber salad.

Fat Fish's popular vegan ice creams are made from almond or coconut milk and are offered in a taiyaki, a fish-shaped waffle cone based on traditional Japanese cakes.

To celebrate cherry blossom season, Fat Fish is offering a special Cherry Blossom & Toasted Coconut ice cream twist served on a taiyaki.

Fat Fish is located at 1 Market Square SW. The restaurant opens on Thursday, March 17, and remains open daily from 11:00am-9:00pm. View their full menu and order online for pickup.

Follow @fatfishrolls on Instagram for daily bowls and rolls offerings and seasonal vegan ice cream flavors, and tag them when you post on social media.

Get Your Fill at The Wharf

Fresh seafood is a given on the waterfront. But The Wharf offers more, including a wide selection of distinctive choices for food, drinks, and entertainment while you eat. Watch the chefs prepare your meal. Listen to music. Or just people-watch while you savor the flavors of The Wharf.

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Visit the Fish Market

Enjoy the freshest fish from one of the country’s oldest fish markets. Oysters on the half shell. Blue crabs by the bushel. Whole fishes caught that morning. And a low-key atmosphere that makes everything taste even better. Stop by for the food or the fishmongers—the Municipal Fish Market never disappoints.

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