- Joe’s Stone Crab (Miami, Florida)
You guessed it. The best stone crabs ever. For over 100 years, Joe’s Stone Crab has been a staple for both residents and visitors of Miami Beach. While the stone crabs are of course to die for, it is the family touch that really makes Joe’s an absolute favorite. Go with a group, share an order of the stone crabs, but also make sure to try any of their other fish dishes from lobster rolls to seared tuna to crab cakes!
- GW Fins (New Orleans, Louisiana)
You really can’t go wrong with anything you choose to order off of the GW Fins menu, but the Scalibut is truly one of a kind. That’s right, you heard me. Scalibut = Halibut + Scallops. This dish is absolutely spectacular with halibut topped with sea scallops, and served alongside lobster risotto, snow peas, and pea shoot butter.
- Uchiko (Austin, Texas)
Uchiko in Austin, Texas has a menu full of flavorful, elegant, and BEAUTIFUL seafood dishes. Each dish is plated so perfectly it may as well be a piece of artwork. The menu changes daily, so there is always something new and exciting for you to try. From sashimi to branzino to ceviche, Uchiko is definitely a must-try seafood spot in the Southeast.
- Star Fish Company Market & Restaurant (Cortez, Florida)
What sounds better than eating a Po-boy sandwich and French fries by the dock on a beautiful summer day in Florida? Absolutely nothing. Star Fish serves simple, yet extremely fresh seafood dishes from grilled mahi-mahi to soft shell crab sandwiches. Add a side of hush puppies or coleslaw, sit by the water, and eat up!
- 167 Raw (Charleston, South Carolina)
You gotta get the lobster roll at 167 Raw in Charleston, South Carolina. Huge chunks of fresh lobster stuffed into a perfectly fluffy roll, served with a side of crispy potato chips. It’s actually heavenly. If you’re not a lobster fan, though (which who isn’t?), then no need to worry because 167 has every other seafood option on its menu from shrimp tacos to sea scallop po’boys to tuna burgers, and everything is delicious.