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Seafood in Dallas / Fort Worth

  • S&D Oyster Co.
    2701 McKinney Ave. | Uptown & Oak Lawn

    In the middle of the McKinney Avenue maelstrom, S&D has managed to hang in with consistent Bourbon Street-style oyster-bar fare. Checks accepted.

  • Nick & Sam's
    3008 Maple Ave. | Uptown & Oak Lawn

    Prospective diners could learn everything they need to know about Nick and Sam's by walking through the parking lot. Valets squeeze in freshly detailed luxury cars and limousines of various shapes... More on Nick & Sam's »

  • The Oceanaire Seafood Room
    13340 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 1369 | North Dallas

    If it swims, it flies. The Oceanaire has fresh fish-Arctic char, Shetland Island trout, barracuda, red mullet, smoked sturgeon, thresher shark, blowfish-flown in from every conceivable global... More on The Oceanaire Seafood Room »

  • Four Winds Steakhouse
    21191 FM 47 | East Texas

    It rests in the thick of the backcountry; at the end of a twisty driveway, wood fencing lining its flanks. There's a gazebo, a long porch and a few oaks sulking in the breeze, plus a 15-acre pond... More on Four Winds Steakhouse »

  • Canary by Gorji
    5100 Beltline Road, 402 | North Dallas

    Over the years, chef-owner Mansour Gorji has transformed Canary Café to a little eclectic spot to a white tablecloth-though still casual-destination focusing on steak and Mediterranean... More on Canary by Gorji »

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  • Daddy Jack's
    1916 Greenville Ave. | East Dallas & Lakewood

    East, West and Gulf coasts meet at this self-styled New England lobster and chowder shack on lower Greenville. That's a lot of directions under one roof. However, a compass is unnecessary. Diners... More on Daddy Jack's »

  • Aw Shucks
    3601 Greenville Ave. | East Dallas & Lakewood

    For more than 20 years, this neighborhood spot has been shelling out cheap mollusks ($10 for a dozen oysters on the half-shell) with even cheaper brewskis ($1.50 happy hour drafts). Much of the... More on Aw Shucks »

  • Big Shucks
    6232 E. Mockingbird Lane | East Dallas & Lakewood

    Fresh oysters, clams and crab legs and an inland-oyster-bar atmosphere make this a festive spot, especially when the longnecks are flowing on the patio. The fried catfish (served with fat fries)... More on Big Shucks »

  • Hook, Line & Sinker
    3103 Lemmon Ave. | Uptown & Oak Lawn

    The fried shrimp and catfish fillets have a strong reputation-especially the catfish. Clean and straightforward, they provide a satisfying crunch without all the greasy residue. Fries may... More on Hook, Line & Sinker »

  • Al Biernat's
    4217 Oak Lawn Ave. | Uptown & Oak Lawn

    Al Biernat is the czar of the front door, the dining room sheik, and that's all you need to know. Bred at The Palm where he held court as frontman for some 22 years, Al Biernat knows that great... More on Al Biernat's »

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