The ocean is a completely different world from our own, one that we will never know a single thing about because we can't breathe under there or get our skin wet. Go on a culinary expedition with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Seafood and Sandwiches
The menu features a bounty of seafood dishes, such as alaskan snow crab legs with spicy potatoes and corn on the cob ($17.95), fried butterfly shrimp (six for $8.95), and oysters served raw on the half-shell (six for $6.95) or fried golden-brown and accompanied by fries and hush puppies ($13.95).
Fish Bone Grill
In the Oscar-winning movie Forrest Gump, one of the title character's best pals, Bubba, lists more than 20 ways one can cook shrimp. Though the chefs at Fish Bone Grill—which is now celebrating 30 years in business—don’t cover them all, they come pretty close. The Fish Bone team tends to stick to a few staples—crab legs, catfish, and oysters in addition to shrimp—but there’s hardly a lack of variety on their menu. Patrons can order the fresh seafood in any number of ways, including golden fried, blackened, sautéed in a New Orleans–style stir-fry, mixed in an étouffée, or hidden inside a piñata. The chefs also incorporate additional fresh seafood, such as salmon, mahi-mahi, tilapia, sea scallops, and alaskan snow-crab legs into a few of their specialties, and they even throw in a few land-faring meals such as chicken-breast sandwiches and chicken tenders. Regardless of your order, the portions are always generous, encouraging you to grab a beer and stick around to enjoy the fun, vibrant atmosphere of this modern throwback to an old oyster bar.
I know seafood can be a great or bad experience, but ours was a great one...Service was good and the place was busyGlenn B., Yelp, 12/17/2011
318 Medallion Ctr.
Dallas, Texas 75214