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Jetties brings the flavor of Nantucket to Woodmont Triangle

"You'll never go hungry at the beach, because of the 'sand which is' under your feet!" —My mom Once in a while, a hearty sandwich made of simple ingredients can be a culinary showstopper.

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Annie L - Go to Jetties and try the Nobadeer sandwich - it is phenomenal! Allison P. - Best turkey in town. Get the Nobadeer. Tim S. - the surfside is the only true choice - get it with onions!

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The Washington Post

Going Out Guide Restaurants

Delicious, inventive sandwiches, along with soups and Gifford's ice cream. HOURS: Mon-Fri 11 am-8 pm, Sat-Sun 10:30 am-4 pm ATMOSPHERE: Kid friendly, Outdoor Seating PRICE: $($14 and Under)

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Sandwiches and Salads from Jetties

Jetties: A Delightful Place All Around Jetties, convienentally placed in Georgetown, is one of most well known eating hangout for teens. The food, though pricey, is excellent. The servers are slow, but delightful when served. The quality of the food is refreshing, and there is...

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Trip Advisor

Not your usual Deli

Check it out on any decent day, people vote with their feet and their mouths. wonderful salads and sandwiches, ice cream, picnic tables out front, what is not to like? Jettie's is a beloved institution that doesn't fall down on the quality in any way. If Jetties closed, 1/2 of Foxhall Village would fall into malnutrition, I think. Enough said?...

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Gogobot

Delicious Sandwiches

Jetties serves up some of the best American sandwiches I have ever tasted. Each of the offerings is named for a Nantucket beach, and other quirky aspects abound at the casual restaurant. Eat inside or outside or grab it to go. I suggest going for the Nobadeer (carved turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing...

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Washingtonian

February 2005 Dirt Cheap Eats

Families and Georgetown students pack this sandwich shop, run by Smith Point chef David Scribner. Sandwiches are named for Nantucket beaches.The Nobadeer ($6.95), a pile of fresh-carved turkey, house-made stuffing, and cranberry sauce on sourdough, is tops...

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