NA­TIONAL HAR­BOR

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FISH BY JOSÉ AN­DRÉS Seafood

Beard win­ner José An­drés in glitzy MGM Na­tional Har­bor’s river­side digs, with wa­ter and city views, ocean-themed art­work. Ex­pan­sive pa­tio with out­door bar and foun­tains. Live seafood in tanks high­light­ing lo­cal fare (Mary­land blue crabs, Rap­pa­han­nock oys­ters) in global prepa­ra­tions. Tuna tartare, lob­ster jam­bal­aya. D ( W- M). 7100 Oxon Hill Road, Oxon Hill, Md., 301.971.6050

SUCCOTASH South­ern

Ge­or­gia by way of D.C. for mod­ern South­ern fare by star chef Ed­ward Lee. Shrimp and grits, “dirty” fried chicken with Korean gochu­jang sauce. Choco­late bour­bon pecan pie but also hum­ming­bird cake. Bar heavy on whiskey, rye and bour­bon (Pappy Van Win­kle). Gen­er­ous por­tions. L (M- F), D (daily), Br (Sa-Su). 186 Wa­ter­front St., Oxon Hill, Md., 301.567.8900

VOLT­AG­GIO BROTH­ERS STEAK HOUSE Steak­house

Celebrity chef broth­ers Michael and Bryan Volt­ag­gio’s joint ef­fort in ritzy MGM Na­tional Har­bor re­sort. Res­i­dence-like digs with “rooms” for din­ing and im­bib­ing. Dry-aged USDA prime, Amer­i­can wagyu plus clas­sics with a mod­ern twist wedge salad dusted with gor­gonzola “snow,” tuna “steak tartare.” Ex­ten­sive wine list; Time­line of cock­tails from 1670’s “Clar­i­fied Milk Punch” to 2005’s “5-Spice Peni­cillin.” D ( Tu-Su). 101 MGM Na­tional Ave., Oxon Hill, Md., 301.971.6060

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