This restaurant stands out among the growing number of good ones in the neighborhood for two reasons: its unimpeded view of the Anacostia River—especially from the outdoor bar areas, which bump up against a wideplanked boardwalk—and for the fresh seasonal seafood, with lobster rolls, crispy skin rockfish, and softshell crabs taking center baked stage. The menu also includes items like stuffed shells for vegetarians and rib-eyes for carnivores. Delicious desserts are inhouse (as are the breads) and include strawberry rhubarb crisp. Wash down your meal with the restaurant’s potent cocktails, some of which have delightfully New England-y names like the “Caper Codder G&T.”