Seafood Restaurants in Bensenville

Surf and Turf Dinner or Seafood and Drinks at Chinn’s 34th Street Fishery (40% Off). Three Options Available.

Chinn's 34th Street Fishery

Lisle

Crisp king-crab legs, tuna and shrimp from both coasts, and signature mai tais from a kitchen featured on ABC7’s “Hungry Hound”

$50 $30

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Lobster-Roll or Seafood Dinner for Two or Four at New England Seafood Co Fish Market & Restaurant (Up to 42% Off)

New England Seafood Company Fish Market and Restaurant

Lakeview

Beer and wine pair with lobster on an East Coast style bun bun or entrees such as grilled swordfish and pan-seared tilapia

$54 $35

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Lobster-Roll Meal for Two or Four, or One Dozen Lobster Rolls with Chowder or Lobster Mac (Up to 49% Off)

Da Lobsta

Multiple Locations

Da Lobsta stuffs New England buns with tarragon mayo & chilled lobster meat; tops buns with butter

$31.40 $20

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$16 for $30 Worth of Mediterranean Food at Cafe Zafferano

Cafe Zafferano

Mayfair/Jefferson Park

Grilled octopus, roasted portobello mushroom with truffle spinach and goat cheese, fried calamari, and burgers and sandwiches

$30 $16

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$20 for $40 of Seafood and Drinks for Two or More at Chicago Oyster House

Chicago Oyster House

South Loop

Shrimp tempura, seared Hawaiian ahi tuna, and lamb chops round out the fresh seafood and meaty menu

$40 $20

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Double-Combo Meal with Fountain Drinks for One or Two at Troha's Chicken & Shrimp House (Up to 35% Off)

Troha's Chicken & Shrimp House

Little Village

A Chicago classic, this 97-year-old shrimp house serves up crispy fried seafood for carryout or in a vintage dining room

$11.50 $8

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$13 for $20 Worth of Fresh Seafood at The Fish Keg

The Fish Keg

East Side

Hand-breaded seafood flown in daily from around the world arrives with house-crafted tartar sauce in a 50-year-old eatery

$20 $13

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One Dozen Fresh Oysters with Two Cocktails, or Seafood and Steaks for Two or Four at Raw Bar (Up to 50% Off)

Raw Bar

Lakeview

Fresh, raw oysters pair with two cocktails; seafood such as blackened tiger shrimp sit alongside lamb shanks and charcoal chicken

$44 $22

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Mexican Seafood for Dinner or Lunch at Tierra Mar (Up to 40% Off)

Tierra Mar

Garfield Ridge

Ceviche, seafood-stuffed tilapia fillets, and house specialties such as lobster with diabla sauce

$40 $25

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Featured on one of Gayot’s Top 10 of 2012 lists, the seafood at Hugo's Frog Bar & Fish House "could not be fresher or better cooked." In addition to steaks and chops from its sister restaurant, Gibson’s, Hugo’s menu showcases a spread of classically prepared familiars including oysters on the half shell, pan-seared scallops, and giant lobster tails joined by drawn butter. But the eatery’s signature dish is a different kind of aquatic creature: frog legs arrive at tables sautéed and soaked in garlic butter. Maritime decor complements the nautical morsels, from nostalgic photographs of lighthouses to miniature models of ships to barnacles on the eyebrows of every server.

3000 S River Rd
Des Plaines,
IL
US

Live music and classic American fare keeps guests returning to Casey's Restaurant & Bar. Whether starting the day with a brunchtime bloody mary or winding down with a steak and a glass of wine, diners find themselves immersed in a casual atmosphere where plates are piled high. Cooks will even cater, which means Casey's fans can host get-togethers fueled by pasta, ribs, and the bands that insist on moving into customers' garages.

415 E North Ave.
Lombard,
IL
US

It all started in 1946 when a Navy cook finished his tour of duty after World War II. He left his destroyer in the South Pacific and set sail for Chicago's South Side. There, he opened a carry-out fried-seafood joint and dubbed it Ship Shape Shrimp Shack, a name that was hard to say but easy to love, thanks to his signature fried-shrimp recipe. For 30 years, he continued delighting customers and living his dream, minus the part where he could fly, until 1976, when health issues forced him to close the restaurant. A few years later, a local truck driver and food-service veteran by the name of Frank took over, renaming the place Frank's Chicago Shrimp House. Under the Navy cook's tutelage, he learned everything there was to know about the shrimp and seafood business, and enjoyed the same success through the golden-fried shrimp and seafood of his predecessor. Today, his daughters are at the helm, keeping tradition alive and well at four locations throughout the Chicagoland area. At those restaurants, they fry up the classics and mix it up with frog legs and New Orleans–style fried shrimp, pairing the crispy morsels with classic sides such as hush puppies, cole slaw, and french fries.

5052 W. IRVING PARK ROAD
CHICAGO,
IL
US

Before convertibles, or highways, or paved streets in Chicago's suburbs, a little field house fronted by two gas pumps sat on a two-lane dirt road that some people called North Avenue. The house's residents pumped gas for thirsty cars and whipped up meals for hungry travelers, and their little business became an oasis for those on their way in or out of the city. Times changed, and as the town grew the little business kept pace, transforming over 75 years from a gas station and tavern into Ki's Steak and Seafood.

Today, Executive Chef Daniel has a few more tools at his disposal than the original proprietor's stove top and frying pan. He works in a professionally outfitted kitchen, churning out hand-cut black angus steaks, bacon-wrapped scallops, and roast duck. Meanwhile, his saucier whips up endless batches of bernaise and bourdelaise sauce to drizzle over steaks or play a gourmet version of bobbing for apples.

The little dirt road that ran past the house became a busy, concrete vein of commerce, pumping car-fulls of customers into the establishment's parking lot. However, despite this urban sprawl, the owners have done their best to ensure that the view from the windows remains nostalgically delightful. Their restaurant sits on six acres of farmland, and its grand picture windows overlook a rustic barn occupied by peacocks, sheep, and rabbits, and framed by flower beds and ponds.

705 North Avenue
Glendale Heights,
IL
US

Using all-natural meats, Amish free-range chicken, and produce from Midwestern farmers’ markets, Hemmingway's Bistro serves fresh, flavorful French fare in an attractive, white-tablecloth-laden dining room. Executive Chef Ala's fondness for melt-on-your-tongue seafood makes its mark on the menu—the restaurant imports fish from the East Coast daily. Satiate seafood cravings with the herb-crusted whitefish paired with caper butter ($18.95), or guzzle away at the Dijon salmon with a side of cream lentils ($21.95). The Classic ($36.95) stuffs grumbling stomachs with half a lobster, nine oysters, three shrimp, three clams, six mussels, and two crabs. Before the main course, showcase your magic skills by cutting the baked brie topped with apricot preserves ($11.95) in half with your saw-teeth. Vegetarians can fork in warm goat-cheese petite salad ($7.95) while carnivores sink their teeth into the roasted lamb rack paired with ratatouille ($26.95). Cleanse your esophagus with a glass of '99 Saint Clement syrah ($9 for a glass) or an '06 Campanile pinot grigio ($7 for a glass) from Hemmingway's stockpile of red and white wines.

211 N Oak Park Ave
Oak Park,
IL
US

Since he came to the U.S. three decades ago, chef-owner Vittorio DiBenedetto has opened a few restaurants, but the Trattoria remains dear to him. Intimate even though it stretches across three dining rooms, the restaurant’s layout mirrors the chefs' commitment to friendly togetherness. That feeling of camaraderie extends to the circular cherrywood-and-granite bar, where pours of 40 different wines loosen up tongues in need of free-wheeling conversation or a reminder of what grapes taste like. Crisply contrasting black accents stripe the light yellow interior, where guests await house favorites including giant scallops and gorgonzola-topped steak.

1768 W Algonquin Rd
Hoffman Estates,
IL
US

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