Fast casual seafood chain Slapfish, which started life as a West Coast food truck serving “boat-to-plate” seafood in 2011, continues its Washington-area expansion with locations in Ashburn and Ballston.
Slapfish, a small but growing casual seafood chain that started as a Huntington Beach, California, food truck in 2011, has expanded its first foray into the D.C. market.
The redeveloped Ballston Mall opening this fall as Ballston Quarter continues to line up new tenants, including lots of dining choices. Get ready for a Ted’s Bulletin, Compass Coffee, Chick-Fil-A and Sloppy Mama’s Barbecue.
Slapfish started life in 2011 as a food truck serving boat-to-plate seafood. Now, it’s planning to open its first Maryland location in Rockville. Menu items include chowder fries and clobster-grilled cheese.
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