Seafood Restaurants in Merced

Crab and Shellfish Boil for Two or Four with Drinks at Blue Water Seafood and Crab (Up to 48% Off)

Blue Water Seafood & Crab

San Jose

Selections of boiled crabs, mussels, clams, and shrimp pair with glasses of wine and house cocktails

$68.99 $35.99

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$12 for $20 Worth of Cajun Seafood and Drinks at Crabaholic in San Jose

Crabaholic

San Jose

Creole-style crawfish boils, oysters, crab legs, and an international drink list of beers, wines, and sakes

$20 $12

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$49 for Oyster Tasting with Drinks for Two at Lark Creek Blue (Up to $79 Value)

Lark Creek Blue

Winchester

Sip bubbly while enjoying a variety of fresh, raw oysters with a choice of two dipping sauces

$79 $49

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Seafood Dinner or Lunch for Two at Hawgs Seafood Bar (Up to 40% Off)

Hawgs Seafood Bar

Campbell

Celebrate memories of family dinners with a menu of fresh salmon, clam linguine, chowder, and paella

$50 $30

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Seafood and Drinks for Two or Four at Miramar Fish Grotto (40% Off)

Miramar Fish Grotto

Westside

Wall-sized windows open to views of the Pacific as diners try tuna poke, clams and linguini, broiled snapper, steaks, and lobster tail

$30 $18

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$12 for $20 Worth of Cajun Seafood and Drinks at Crabaholic in Hayward

Crabaholic

Hayward

Creole-style crawfish boils, oysters, crab legs, and an international drink list of beers, wines, and sakes

$20 $12

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Seafood Lunch or Dinner for Two at Ocean Basket (Up to 52% Off)

Ocean Basket

Visalia

Eatery dishes out seafood such as fish and chips, garlic and feta prawns, Cajun-style calamari, grilled salmon, and seared tuna salad

$25 $12

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Dinner at Stanford's Restaurant & Bar (Up to 33% Off). Two Options Available.

Stanford's Restaurant & Bar

Downtown Walnut Creek

Enjoy dishes such as halibut tacos, gourmet burgers, fire-grilled steaks, and herb-crusted prime rib in a warm, elegant atmosphere

$30 $20

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Diners will find Sizzler restaurants located all across the US, and even in Puerto Rico! The first one was opened by Del and Helen Johnson in 1958 in Culver City, California. They serve USDA choice steaks, soups, salads and desserts all made from scratch. Sizzler is widely known as a family casual place where diners wait in a cafeteria-like line to order (but worry not, the waits at Sizzler are never long). Their menu includes sirloin, rib-eye and New York strip steak, along with ribs, chicken, and seafood. They also serve burgers and sandwiches, and diners are sure to enjoy the endless salad bar. Sizzler offers a specially discounted menu for those over the age of 60. Though the hours vary by location, most Sizzlers offer lunch specials each day. The Modesto, CA restaurant is located at 3416 Dale Road.

3416 Dale Rd
Modesto,
CA
US

When a 13-year-old Isadore Fang began washing dishes at a Sunnyvale restaurant called The Bold Knight, he had no way of knowing he would later own the sink where he performed his humble duties. Eventually, the ambitious restaurateur would own multiple establishments, including The Rendezvous in Fremont and Isadore's, his labor of love since 1989.

There—together with his wife and co-owner Laurel—Fang leads a dedicated staff whose attention to detail earned praises in a 2008 article in the Record. Courteous servers top white-clothed tables with fresh seafood and certified Angus steaks alongside traditional Italian pastas. Semiprivate booths let couples share intimate conversations or the complimentary cheese fondue and warm french bread served with every dinner upon request. Between sips of wine from an extensive list, diners can glance toward the elevated stage where live musicians occasionally play. Alternatively, admire hand-painted murals on the walls, one of which depicts the tranquil, seaside village where Leonardo da Vinci invented the olive-oil mister.

Outside the restaurant, the Fangs' emphasis on serving others carries over to charity work: they have been featured on ABC News10 for helping to send food packages to American troops.

680 N Main St
Manteca,
CA
US

Head chef Scott Sauer oversees a rotating menu of inventive cuisine catered to discerning Fresnan tongues fluent in gourmet. The dinner menu raises the curtain with an appetizing aria of jalapeno-enhanced sweet-potato fries ($9) or calamari ($10) dotted with roasted sweet peppers. The feta-cheese and poppy-seed dressing of the strawberry and spinach salad ($12) likewise provides a sweet counterpart to savory evening entrees such as the osso bucco–style short ribs ($27), served with braised greens and polenta cake, and the Peruvian potato-crusted salmon ($27). Dining dates, meanwhile, can keep their busy hands doggy-bag-free for a romantic evening of casino implosions and roller-tango with light entrees such as the petite filet mignon ($26) and the crab cakes with house-made tartar sauce ($16). Before capping things off with a dessert of cinnamon-raisin bread pudding ($6) or crispy boysenberry pie ($5), be sure to take a scenic detour among Max's extensive list of wines by the bottle or glass, draft beers, and specialty martinis, including the Pretty Woman ($11), which blends Stolichnaya strawberry, orange juice, and strawberry puree with a champagne float and a lock of Julia Roberts's hair.

1784 W Bullard Ave
Fresno,
CA
US

It might sound silly, but Richard Stockle was destined to cook prime rib. He had no intention of running a steakhouse in 1969, when he opened up what would ultimately become Richard's Prime Rib and Seafood. The plan was for a bar?cheap beers and maybe a couple of pool tables, which would sit unused until the game of billiards was invented in 1975. That didn't line up with the economic cards, so Richard added food, mainly steaks and fresh seafood. The restaurant took off and Richard purchased the other side of the building, expanding the restaurant's capacity to 115. New York steaks, lobster tails, and countless baked potatoes would mark the decades until Richard finally sold the restaurant in 2005.

But Richard Stockle couldn't stay away from the restaurant business. The new owner defaulted, and Richard regained the restaurant a few years later. The building had slipped into disrepair, so Richard and his team completely remodeled the place, adding curved booths and tasteful nude artwork. Richard's grandson Ben now serves as the restaurant's manager. And the chefs still cook the dishes that made Richard famous, as well as inventive items like ?The Something Good,? a New York steak wrapped in a flour tortilla filled with melted cheese.

1609 E Belmont Ave.
Fresno,
CA
US

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar prides themselves on great steaks, delectable wines, and delicious desserts. And what they do, they do well. One glimpse inside Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar and you’ll sense something is different about this restaurant. One taste and you’ll be sure. The chefs at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar are obsessed with every detail involved in the preparation of their dishes. They obsess so you can savor every fantastic bite. Not only is the food top-notch at Fleming’s, but the wine is, as well. Visit Felming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar tonight for an experience that will last forever…or at least until the next time you visit Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar.

639 E Shaw Ave
Fresno,
CA
US

Fish House Bar & Grill is all about local. The restaurant sources its produce from nearby farms, and one only has to look out at the Pacific Ocean to see where they get their fresh seafood. Of course, it makes sense to source everything locally when you're surrounded by Santa Cruz County's apple orchards, artichoke fields, and whatever plants pork come from. On a given night, local crowds fill the space while sharing laughs during happy hour or lounging into the late night with ice cold pints of beer.

972 Main Street
Watsonville,
CA
US