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Captain D ôs is a U.S.-based chain of fast-food restaurants, specializing in seafood and fish and chips. The restaurant also features a low-carbohydrate menu. The restaurant chain's headquarters is located in Nashville, Tennessee. The first Captain D ôs restaurant opened in Donelson, Tennessee, in 1969 under the name Mr. D ôs Ě. The D Ě is the initial of the last name of the co-founder, Ray Danner. Many Captain D ôs locations were originally selected to be near extant Shoney ôs restaurants. Captain D ôs has grown to become a restaurant chain with nearly 600 locations in about twenty three states (primarily in the South and Midwest) as well as overseas. Its main competitor is Long John Silver ôs. Captain D ôs Seafood has won the 2007 Nation ôs Restaurant News MenuMasters Award Ě in the category of Best Menu Revamp. Ě
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