Seafood Restaurants in Oak Cliff

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

Jimmy's Catfish

Downtown Grand Prairie

$21 $12.25

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

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

The Wild Turkey

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

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

Seafood and Po'Boys at Fish Bone Grill (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Fish Bone Grill

Northeast Dallas - White Rock

$20 $12

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Alaskan snow-crab legs, blackened catfish, fried sea scallops, fried oysters, and gumbo

$12 for $20 Worth of Seafood at Catfish Sam's

Catfish Sam's

West Arlington

$20 $12

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Cooks deep fry catfish filets and grill rib-eye steaks to pair with complimentary sides of hush puppies, pinto beans, and pickled okra

Seafood and Steak-House Dinner at Cat City Grill (Up to 38% Off). Two Options Available.

Cat City Grill

Fort Worth

$40 $25

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Expert chefs lauded by critics grill delectable steaks and seafood within serene eatery or serve food outside on the outdoor patio

$7 for $14 Worth of Seafood and Southern Comfort Food at Zeke's Fish & Chips

Zeke's Fish & Chips

Ridglea Hills Association

$14 $7

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Zagat-rated eatery fries Icelandic cod and homestyle sides, earning praise from Forbes for its quality and affordability

New Orleans–Style Seafood for Lunch or Dinner at The Blu Crab Seafood House & Bar (50% Off)

The Blu Crab Seafood House & Bar

Fort Worth

$20 $10

Chilean sea bass draped in creamy, tarragon-infused blue-crab sauce, steamed crab legs, and jumbo oyster po' boys smeared with rémoulade

Select Local Merchants

A staple in the Dallas eating scene since before the first location in Oak Cliff was cool, La Calle Doce opened in 1981, just ten minutes from downtown. Set inside a renovated former home, the original location on 12th Street is near to bursting with relaxed charm. Each cozy, wood-floored room offers up a couple of white tablecloth spots for simple dining, while sunlight pours in and homey touches – think hutches filled with china, decorative wallpaper – round out the experience. Offering some of the best Tex¬-Mex food in town, La Calle Doce pushes plates of saucy seafood and fresh ingredients, served in tacos, sopas, cocteles or as standalone plates.

415 W 12th St
Dallas,
TX
US

Lucia

Though it’s certainly worthy of the recommendation, you may want to think twice before telling all of your friends to go to Lucia. The cozy restaurant is so small that it can’t accommodate parties of more than six—and that’s assuming that nobody is a giant. This actually counts as a point in Lucia’s favor, as it enhances the intimate appeal of chef David Uygur’s Italian restaurant. Nestled inside an historic building, Lucia is a feast for the eyes as well as the palate. Rustic wooden walls and cherry wood surround guests as they dine on hand-crafted salumi and fresh pastas made in-house daily. Though it changes frequently, the restaurant's menu has recently included such entrees as a Berkshire pork chop and a duck breast with roasted carrots. Uygur’s desserts have a special reputation, thanks to creations such as his salted caramel gelato and lemon panna cotta with caramelized grapefruit.

408 W 8th St
Dallas,
TX
US

We are a new American cuisine and wine lounge. We offer wine tastings, wine flights and wine dinners. Join us every Friday and Saturday night for live music.

408 N Bishop Ave
Dallas,
TX
US

If the bar on Cheers was where everybody knew your name, then Outpost American Tavern is where everybody knows you. That's because the neighborhood spot?dreamed up by Christopher Zielke, Christopher Jeffers, and Tim Byres?cultivates the personable feel of long-broken-in taverns where patrons bellied up to share drinks, stories, and fringe political opinions on how to wear red, white, and blue together. Byres, also the chef, created the menu, which brims with small, sharable plates that bolster the eatery's homey vibe.

As diners sample steamed mussels and grilled flatbread or split a griddled onion cheeseburger, they can chat with the bartenders who mix up cocktails brimming with Ketel One vodka, Jameson whiskey, and Jim Beam Kentucky bourbon. Before you know it, everyone might start chewing along to the soundtrack of the bar's live tunes, which ring out from the tavern most nights of the week.

1115 North Beckley Avenue
Dallas,
TX
US

The fry-masters at The Original Snappy Catfish assemble hearty dinner packages centered on the tasty golden-fried fish. Catfish baskets brim with 10 crispy pieces, which can be comfortably divvied up among four or five eaters, or stowed in safe-deposit boxes when no one's looking. Diners tear taste buds away from entrees to devour sides inspired by the Deep South, such as fried okra, corn fritters, and hush puppies. Two-liter sodas sweeten up feasts enjoyed at the eatery or dished out around home dinner tables.

4121 N Westmoreland Rd
Dallas,
TX
US

Fresh, cooked to order catfish fillets and jumbo fried shrimp anchor the focused menu at Catfish Fridays. The restaurant’s catch is always fresh—never frozen, microwaved, stowed under a heat-lamp, or tied to a radiator. One big reason for their success: Catfish Fridays’ owner perfected his secret recipe during his time as the owner of another Dallas seafood institution, Catfish Connection.

6005 S. I-35E Freeway
Dallas,
TX
US