$15 For $30 Worth of "Fredericks Best" Sandwiches and Seafood !!!
Today's Extreme Deal
Since 1981 Griff's has been serving only the freshest seafood. After 29 years in business we have become known for our over-stuffed sandwiches, crab cakes, tuna steaks, crab mac and cheese "pops", juicy oysters and more!
Griff's has been voted "Frederick's Best" 15 years in a row for our famous sandwich menu by Frederick Magazine
If you are ready to escape to an Island Oasis join us in our Tiki Room while enjoying Buffalo Calamari, or Old Bay wings with our famous 60 ounce "Fish Bowl," "Pirate's Painkiller"-a rum concoction or the Yacht Club Bloody Mary!
We also offer an outside patio if the weather is right. So, what are you waiting for? Come in today and see what everyone is talking about!
About This Local Business
The question still burns in so many: who is Griff? And what is the history of this Mariner's Landing? Like so many other sagas of America, our story also begins amidst the devastation of the Great Potato-Famine. The thirsty nation of Ireland looked to the promising shores of our country in search of health, peace, prosperity, and above all, FINE SEAFOOD. At the forefront of this mob was Captain Griff, and his faithful dog, Clambake.
In 1842, Capt'n Griff and his crew landed in Frederick thriving with ambition and bravery. Armed with only four walls and 100 cases of his [soon to be famous] fries, he trudged forward on his mission to satify lovers of fresh seafood with sandwiches of breathtaking proportions. The first years were rough, but together with Griff on the bell and Clambake on the floor, Griff's Landing grew in notoriety from as far north as Thurmont to as far south as Urbana.
When the war between the States was over, Griff renovated the tunnels below the restaurant to make more kitchen space; after Harriet Tubman assured him she no longer needed the underground retreat. It was here that his experiments began to perfect the Crab Cake recipe. Ironically, it was Clambake who helped Capt'n Griff, exclaiming "Grr-Grr" referring to the Crab Cake recipe. Thus Griff's G-G-Greatest was named!
Clambake died quietly on St. Patrick's Day 1902. Captain Griff was forced to expand his kitchen crew to keep pace with the growing demand for FREDERICK'S FRESHEST SEAFOOD GALLEY.
Limit Per Customer
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per table
Dine in only
Valid Sun-Thurs only
Minimum purchase $40
Not valid w/other offers
No cash value
Location and Contact
43 South Market St Frederick, MD 21701 301-694-8696