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Jetties

Dionis sandwich and chips. Chips are sold separately.
Dionis sandwich and chips. Chips are sold separately.
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Jetties

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This examiner went to Jetties and ordered two sandwiches—one on their menu and one created. The Dionis, which is on their menu, is a classic lobster roll on a buttered and toasted sub roll with lettuce. The lobster could have been better seasoned and more could’ve been added to the sandwich. The bread was a bit hard. And for the amount paid, it wasn’t worth the money. If you want a lobster roll that tastes really good and worth the money, go to Luke’s Lobster or the Red Hook Lobster Pound.

Tucked away in the Georgetown suburb of Foxhall, Jetties is housed in a manor-style building. An arrow on the sign points in the direction of the sandwich shop.
Tucked away in the Georgetown suburb of Foxhall, Jetties is housed in a manor-style building. An arrow on the sign points in the direction of the sandwich shop.
Photo taken by author

Not really satisfied with the menu option, she decided to create her own sandwich. She had a turkey sandwich on sourdough bread with lettuce and cucumbers. Tomatoes are an additional $0.49 and she wasn’t going to pay for that! The sandwich was okay but would have been satisfied if Jetties didn’t charge for tomatoes.

Jetties is not an affordable place to eat. The sandwich, in itself, costs money. To make it a meal, you would have to pay extra for chips and soda, which is a bit steep. For a good deal you can do better at Luke’s Lobster or Subway.