Water covers more than 75% of the globe, teeming with still undiscovered life forms we could probably boil. Discover delicious fish with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Seafood and Steak
Diners can start their meals by selecting from the menu’s many appetizers including crab bruschetta ($10) or hush puppies ($5). Entrees evoke images of the sea with broiled flounder stuffed with crab imperial ($20) and the seafood étoufée, which smothers shrimp and crawfish in a buttery sauce ($18). New york strip dry-aged for 21 days ($25) and chicken pad thai ($17) round out the menu.
Both equipped with years of experience in the restaurant world, Mitchell and Zachary King opened Port in 2011 to create a space for seafood dining. For their head chef, they brought in former coworker Inton Mouynivong to supply his unique flair, sprucing up the restaurant’s staple seafood and steaks and adding a sprinkling of Thai dishes. The seafood dishes draw inspiration from across the country with seafood etoufee, shrimp and grits, and mustard-seed encrusted Atlantic salmon influenced by the Deep South, Middle Atlantic states, and seaside moon colonies. A glass of red or white wine completes each entree from a wine list of more than 45 varieties from Portugal, New Zealand, Italy, and California.
86% of 118 customers recommend
“Go. The crab cakes are delicious.”
“Since moving to Lewes, was missing Thai food. Gave Port a try on Thursday, was not disappointed. Not crowded, since it is off season.”
“Get the lobster and shrimp lemongrass soup. Excellent!!”