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If it swims, it flies. The Oceanaire has fresh fish-Arctic char, Shetland Island trout, barracuda, red mullet, smoked sturgeon, thresher... More »
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.
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... More »
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... More »
Dallas Fish Market chef Anupam Joglekar mans the kitchen of this fish market with a steakhouse feel. The restaurant serves some of Dallasā?? better seafood in... More »
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... More »
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... More »
This sibling to Shell's seafood restaurants represents the best of the bunch. Great peel-and-eat shrimp and steamed crab. Terrific casual family dining.
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... More »
The fried shrimp and catfish fillets have a strong reputation-especially the catfish. Clean and straightforward, they provide a satisfying crunch without... More »
Finally, an eating competition that doesn't require you to dunk the food in water for (gag) throat lubrication. Fish City Grill is hosting its annual eating competition, Oyster Fest. Competitors will dive into a stack of these slimy sea creatures and, in a The Walrus and The Carpenter-esque display, knock back as many mollusks as they can. But you don't have to participate in this...
The first lobster roll I ever ate was purchased in a run-down seafood restaurant on Route 12, 60 miles outside of Boston, in a town called Fitchburg. I'd seen the sign on my way to a wedding in New Hampshire: "Lobsters, $3.99 a pound," it read, and it sat next to another sign that labeled the building as both a restaurant and a seafood distributor. I promised myself lunch at S.S. Lobster...
Our server knew something was wrong at five paces.
"A little too much whipped cream?" he asked with an ambiguous smirk that either indicated he thought we were fools for chancing another course after a disappointing meal or he'd grown accustomed to the kitchen's clumsiness. In any case, he was right about the whipped cream, from which we'd tried to liberate a sundae that was supposed...
How do you spell terrible in Spanish? Where do I start... ah yes with the appetizer. How do you screw up guacamole? Better yet, how does a Mexican Restaurant screw up guacamole? I don't know, but somehow this place managed. We ordered crab and shrimp soup to start as well, and maybe it's part of the experience to pick the crab/shrimp pieces out of the soup and...Read Full Review
The 6oz filet was the perfect amount of steak, and they cooked it right to order. Delicious.Read Full Review
Chillin' after moving with a shrimp cocktail and a Pacifico. Love the honor system here.Read Full Review
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