If you’re like me and love to travel, then exploring new restaurants around the world would definitely be right up your alley. So whether you’re visiting the gulf shores, the rugged coast or the desert within the U.S., there are plenty of seafood options to chose from, but this list of seafood restaurants I’ve collected are definitely worth travelling for!
Brigantine Seafood Restaurant- is known for it’s surf and turf, award-winning fish tacos and freshly shucked oysters.
The Optimist- from lobster rolls, gumbo and wood-fired oysters, you can enjoy the delicious dishes here in a country-modern space with a raw bar.
Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grille- offers varying Creole seafood dishes overlooking the bay.
King’s Fish House- chain offering an extensive menu of fish and seafood with unforgettable flavor, from fresh-caught oysters to clams piled high in a combination of spices.
Da Poke Shack- here you can have traditional Hawaiian food, most notably poke, chunks of raw Ahi tuna tossed with seaweed, kimchi, sesame seeds and other ingredients.
The Shanty Wadsworth- has been showcased on the Food Network and is known for it’s Whiskey Shrimp and Tequila & Orange Salmon.
Harpoon Harry’s Crab House- this woodsy chic bar offers up sushi and seafood bites like oysters and crab buckets.
Uchi Austin- this refurbished South Austin bungalow has non-traditional Japanese seafood, hot and cold sushi options.
The Walrus And The Carpenter- a bustling neighborhood spot that offers icy cold piles of oysters.
Peche Seafood Grill- a coal grill and raw bar restaurant in rustic digs, with weathered wood.
Two Ten Oyster Bar & Grill- here you can get local oysters and upmarket seafood dishes near the bayside.
The Clam Shack- a walk up counter spot that sells fried seafood and lobster rolls.
The Lobster Pot- offers the freshest seafood with Portuguese flair.
RingSide Fish House- offers fresh unique seafood options paired with local produce.
Jordan Lobster Farms- amazing seafood offering up raw and cooked dishes on an outdoor patio.