Seafood Restaurants in Manchester

$17 for One Appetizer and Two Drinks for Two or More at Matthew's Restaurant ($30 Value)

Matthew's Restaurant

Farmington

Appetizers such as grilled tenderloin tips or clam casino served in an idyllic setting beside the Farmington River

$30 $17

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Seafood Meal for Two or Four with Appetizers and Entrees at Masse's Bar & Grille (Up to 46% Off)

Masse's Bar & Grille

Chicopee

Classic and inventive seafood and raw-bar dishes made from fresh-off-the-boat catches

$64 $38.50

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Seafood and Steak Dinner for Two or Four at The Tributary Restaurant in Winsted (Up to 45% Off)

The Tributary

Winsted

Amid wood-paneled walls & old-time photographs, waiters ferry fresh clam & mussel starters to tables along with veal, pasta & filet mignon

$68.80 $39

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Surf 'n' Turf at Front Street Station (Up to 52% Off). Four Options Available.

Front Street Station

Greenport

Stuffed shrimp scampi, lobster, filet mignon, bone-in ribeye, gourmet burgers, broiled stuffed flounder, and shrimp and scallop provencale

$50 $25

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$27 for $50 Worth of Upscale Seafood for Parties of Two or More at Go Fish

Go Fish

Mystic

Shoreline restaurant features an innovative seafood menu complemented by a raw bar, a sushi bar, a wine bar, and a coffee bar

$50 $27

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Seafood Dinner for Two or Four at Lumi Restaurant (Up to 46% Off). Four Options Available.

Lumi Restaurant

Stratford

Oysters, crab cakes, and pan-seared scallops headline a menu that brings the sea to your dinner plate

$70 $39

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Select Local Merchants

Voted Best Fish Market by readers of the Hartford Advocate, City Fish Market offers a menu of freshly prepared seafood meals. Lobster lovers can dig their claws into the hot lobster roll, pincered together with fries or a small chowder ($15.99). Ex-Red Coats can sample the fried fish and chips ($9.99) while pondering the best place to get their useless uniform tailored into a fashionable suit. Clammy hands find an accepting home around a bowl of fresh New England chowder ($3.50 half pint, $5.99 pint, $9.99 quart). Children can also wet their seafood appetites with kids' menu offerings such as clam strips and fries ($3.99).

884 Silas Deane Hwy
Wethersfield,
CT
US

When The Saybrook Fish House Restaurant first opened in 1978, its chefs would scrawl their menu on brown paper bags each day, constantly updating dishes according to the freshest catch available. Today the menu is printed, but the chefs continue to follow in their predecessors' footsteps by serving only freshly caught seafood from New England waters.

Amid the wooden panels and hanging lanterns of the restaurant’s four cozy dining rooms, baskets of fried seafood meet with iced clams and oysters from the raw bar. The staff provides full meals complete with warm bread, salad, and fresh fruit, along with a hot towel and an original poem written by the busboy.

2165 Silas Deane Hwy
Rocky Hill,
CT
US

Years ago, the building now occupied by O'Porto Restaurant built bicycles. Today, the converted factory still carries an industrial-themed appearance and echoes with the distant dings of ghost bikes. But the space now churns out traditional Portuguese cuisine—a service that earned O'Porto the honor of "Best Portuguese Restaurant" from CT.com for 2013. Executive chef Adelino de Sousa relies on many of the ingredients from Portugal's former colonies: rice from Asia, hot peppers from Africa, and cinnamon from India, just to name a few. He transforms those elements into artfully presented dishes, including seafood-based entrees, such as baked salmon stuffed with shrimp and crab and grilled filet of sole.

2074 Park St
Hartford,
CT
US

The Blue Lobster is a family-owned restaurant that has been serving since 1990. We strive on good food, and a very friendly atmosphere. If your in the mood for a Lobster Dinner or even a Chicken Sandwich we are sure to have what your looking for, so stop by and try one of our world famous lobster rolls or chowder.

376 Berlin Tpke
Berlin,
CT
US

Confetti's Mediterranean cuisine reflects the local area's coastal geography. The culinary team whips up a lot of fish dishes, like baked salmon, mussels over linguini, and steaming bowls of lobster bisque, to name a few. But seafood isn't the only draw here. Other gourmet dishes include filet mignon with gorgonzola fondue and the house chicken Confetti with spinach and cheese. The eatery also hosts a Sunday Brunch buffet with egg and omelet stations, a carving station, Mediterranean salads, Belgium waffles, peel and eat shrimp and more.

393 Farmington Ave.
Plainville,
CT
US

Pumpkin-orange walls radiate cozy, autumnal vibes at Fiore’s IV Italian Restaurant as servers deliver warm bowls of mussels and comforting slices of lasagna. As crisp as a freshly ironed lettuce leaf, white linens lend tables an air of elegance, which extends to signature dishes such as lobster ravioli with sun-dried tomatoes and pink vodka sauce. Salads and house-baked rolls accompany each entree, accenting chicken, veal, and sole with verdant hues and crunchy textures.

17 Whiting St
Plainville,
CT
US