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12 Results For "Seafood"
Who would have thought that a restaurant located in an old gas, or filling, station could house one of the best restaurants in Winston-Salem? A meal at the Fourth Street Filling Station can be enjoyed on their large patio, complete with heaters in the Winter, or inside where the crackling fire contributes to the comfortable, at-home atmosphere. Their spicy Carolina Shrimp and Grits, or superb Crab Stuffed Mahi Mahi, wouldn’t be complete without a refreshing drink from their extensive wine list or full bar.
Blue Seafood is new to Durham, but is quickly gaining popularity through positive experiences and word-of mouth. They offer a variety of seafood and traditional Southern dishes, and the seafood is always fresh. Enjoy the outdoor patio during the warmer months, and take advantage of their extensive wine list.
Briny delights await you at this bustling restaurant at the corner of Chapel and East Bay. It is a curious blend of family friendliness and two-fisted machismo, appealing to a wide range of denizens from Charleston plus visitors who are just discovering the place. The setting is in a turn-of-the-20th-century warehouse where boats were once repaired. Massive antique timbers on the heavily trussed ceiling remain. On the northern perimeter of the historic core, the restaurant has a raw bar open daily from 4:30pm. Shellfish platters are the chef's specialty, including the "J Boat," which can be shared. On it are some of the city's best oysters, littleneck clams, smoked mussels, king crab legs, and fresh shrimp. Every night four different types of fish, ranging from mahimahi to black grouper, are grilled and served with a range of sauces, from mustard glaze to hoisin ginger.
The locals’ favorite place for seafood, where the coastlines of the Atlantic Ocean, the Great Lakes, and the Gulf of Mexico meet. This restaurant features a fresh harvest of the finest seafood daily. The food is prepared simply and ranges from satisfying fresh pasta dishes, fresh raw bar delicacies, to exquisite homemade desserts. The restaurant has a comfortable and elegant aura completing a satisfying, peaceful experience. Candles on the table and white linen add a nice touch. Customers can choose to dine indoors which has a very cozy feel or they may choose to dine on the spectacular atrium for a more active evening. The dress code is casual dressy.
The Emporium is decorated with wood and polished brass and lots of dark greens. Part of the main dining room overlooks the river, and offers a view perfect for a small, quiet dinner. The food runs the gamut of seafood options, and the variety is usually very fresh. While a little pricey, Emporium is one of the better seafood restaurants in the area, and the atmosphere makes it worth the trip.
Great place to go to get fresh seafood, but the service can be slow at times. They have great sides, especially vegetables, and be sure to stay around for dessert. The inside is very charming and the atmosphere is nice, especially for dinner. They also offer a full-service bar.
Ernie's Crab House is a no nonsense seafood establishment that spares the fuss and allows eaters to get messy dining on delicious fresh food.
The Atlanta Fish Market Restaurant is the place to go for fresh seafood. The menu is printed twice daily to accommodate all the fresh caught fish and the food preparation is exquisite. For seafood in Atlanta, with a southeastern flare, this is the place to be.
Canoe is a refined restaurant that has been serving American food for over ten years now. The restaurant offers very tasty appetizers and also has an extensive wines list. Additionally, the restaurant prides itself on innovation making each meal an interesting experience.
This rollicking southern-style restaurant and music venue has always been about blues, booze, fun, and food; and if that final element has traditionally come in last, today it's catching up fast, with well-balanced versions of jambalaya, gumbo, and "Cajun lasagna," as well as a whopper of a deep-dish pecan pie. The sprawling horseshoe bar and bistro kitchen fill a two-story concrete hollow. Lots of windows face the street, and potted greenery gives the impression you're eating in a Rousseau jungle. A stenciled Cajun catchphrase orders you to "Let the good times roll." It has a party-central reputation: Think blues, barbecue and Bourbon Street.
Casey Moore's is a classic Irish pub on 9th and Ash. The crowd tends to be pretty diverse, and with a huge selection of beers on tap and a fairly extensive menu, it is no surprise that Casey Moore's has a crowd at almost any given time.
With dim lighting, a great wine list, and food with great reviews, this is a great restaurant to take a date to. On Friday afternoons, the crowd consists of more business clientele; you might enjoy a Happy Hour at the bar while you catch a game with co-workers.