Seafood Restaurants in Crowley

$12 for $20 Worth of Seafood Platters and Burgers at Fishbone Grill & Oyster Bar

Fishbone Grill & Oyster Bar

Town North

Blackened catfish, grilled tilapia, and giant all-beef burgers pair with beers across from the Dallas Cowboys stadium

$20 $12

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$12.25 for $21 Worth of Fried Catfish and Seafood at Jimmy's Catfish

Jimmy's Catfish

Downtown Grand Prairie

Sizzling seafood such as oyster poboys and fried catfish with hush puppies served alongside chicken wings and fried okra

$21 $12.25

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$12 for $20 Worth of Southwest-Style Seafood, Steak, and Sandwiches for Two at The Wild Turkey

The Wild Turkey

Multiple Locations

Seafood, steak, and sandwiches with southwestern twist, including seafood combo fajitas and home cooking

$20 $12

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Cooking Demo and Four-Course Dinner for One, Two, or Four at The Lockedoor Social Dining (38% Off)

The Lockedoor Social Dining

Dallas

Watch as chef Billy Brown cooks his signature dishes, then enjoy a special meal that encourages social interaction with neighbors

$80 $50

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$14 for $24 Worth of African Cuisine at Charcol Restaurant & Grill

Charcol Restaurant & Grill

Ruisseau Village Shopping Center

Spicy wings, flaky beef samosas, slow-roasted whole fish, and jollof rice with plantains and stir-fried goat

$24 $14

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$12 for $20 Worth of Vietnamese Cuisine and Seafood at Mix Food & Cocktails

Mix Food & Cocktails

Starwood

Menu includes pho, seafood gumbo, blackened catfish with Chinese five spice and hoisin glaze, lobster spring rolls, and chicken and waffles

$20 $12

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Cajun Food at Bayou Jack's (Up to 43% Off). Two Options Available.

Bayou Jack's

McKinney

Shrimp grits in Bayou cream sauce, alligator po’ boys, blackened catfish, and other spicy creole seafood dishes

$30 $17

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Circle S Catfish Grill is a labor of love for the Shipp family, with elder son Adam managing the day-to-day affairs, wife Kelli and parents Randy and Patti taking time from their retirement or teaching careers to pitch in, and younger brother Nick employing his training under Wolfgang Puck to design many of the recipes on the menu. Like a fancy state dinner with coloring-book placemats, the restaurant fuses a family-friendly ambience with elegant dishes, such as Angus beef sirloin, grilled salmon, or Nick's specialty bread pudding topped with crème aunglace. Collected artifacts of Americana, buzzing neon, and a huge flat-screen TV adorn the walls, surrounding vinyl and chrome furnishings that evoke the image of a mid-20th-century Route 66 diner. Freshly cut fries sidle up to plates of fried catfish or grilled chicken, and housemade salsas, tartar sauces, and cocktail sauces pair up with tilapia, chips, and succulent fried shrimp.

12721 N Saginaw Blvd
Saginaw,
TX
US

The Bottom has plenty of Fort Worth pride. The multiple flat-screen TVs attract flocks of TCU students and fans on game days, and the menu itself has items that pay homage to the fearsome Horned Frogs. There are the purple beer and the Polliwog: a frozen concoction named after the Old English term for a tadpole and made with secret ingredients that can only be revealed if the blender is kissed by a princess. Also in the bar, 35 taps represent breweries from nearby and afar, including Rahr & Sons, Shiner, Saint Arnold, and Stone.

In addition to the bar, this family-owned, community-oriented restaurant offers something for everyone. Saturday and Sunday brunch entice local families to stop by this neighborhood eatery. Outside, guests can unwind on the spacious patio and enjoy gigantic burgers and Southwestern apps and entrees amid leafy palms at tables in both the shade and the sun.

3468 Blue Bonnet Circle
Fort Worth,
TX
US

Daddy Jack’s luminescent sign hangs over its corner spot in the Sundance Square district, beckoning diners to walk past the outdoor patio and detect the aroma of fresh lobster, clams, and a perfectly grilled steak here and there. Fresh seafood satiates East Coast cravings at both dinner and lunch with blackened shrimp and jumbo sea scallops and lobster tails. Pasta dishes entangle mussels, lobster, and clams in housemade sauces, while completely vegetarian dishes forego the seafood for mushrooms, tomatoes, and balloon animals. Wines journey from around the globe—from Chile to New Zealand—to wash down meals.

1916 Greenville Ave
Dallas,
TX
US

Hot Tub’s chef, Randy Montoya, grills up a sizzling menu brimming with meaty entrees, seafood spreads, and Tex-Mex munchables. Commence nosh fests by bobbing for crispy fried crawfish tails ($8.99) or bolster Southern beach cred with a plate of shrimp and grits ($10.99). Appetites in the mood for heartier eats can pursue the chicken-fried steak ($14.99) or the Willie’s signature fried catfish that's coated in Cajun breading and accompanied by french fries and coleslaw ($12.99). Take tongues on a trek to Mexico without licking an atlas with an order of fajitas ($13.99–$19.99), or bite into a crab-cake burger ($13.99) for a taste of the sea slathered in southwest remoulade and bookended by brioche buns.

4413 Trail Lake Drive
Fort Worth,
TX
US

Fishbone Grill & Oyster Bar had been in place for a quarter of a decade when a new neighbor rolled into town and shook everything up. In 2009, the Dallas Cowboys' 111,000-person-capacity stadium sprung up just across the street, bringing with it throngs of fans looking for a place to eat and drink before the game.

Fishbone adapted, and today its tailgating events are a spectacle that often feature appearances from former Cowboys safety and three-time pro-football champion Bill Bates. But whether it's game day or any other day, the cooks display the same dedication in whipping up catfish platters, popcorn crawfish, and grilled mahi mahi. The menu ventures out of Texas, too, crossing into Cajun and Mexican territory with Louisiana-style crab cakes and shrimp quesadillas.

816 N Collins St.
Arlington,
TX
US

The aroma of catfish filets frying in the kitchen wafts through Catfish Sam's and unites with the scents of hand-breaded-shrimp appetizers and charbroiled rib-eye steaks. Each table comes dressed with complimentary sides, including no-fat pinto beans, coleslaw, housemade yeast rolls, hush puppies, and green-tomato relish.

2735 W Division St
Arlington,
TX
US