Seafood Restaurants in Raymondville

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Google, Safari, and PowerPoint all share something special: a place on the sushi menu at Otto Sushi & Seafood. At least, they inspire some of the tongue-in-cheek rolls that chefs create there. The Google roll hugs avocado and fried shrimp inside fried rice; the Safari roll is composed of crab, avocado, and cream cheese; and the PowerPoint roll includes asparagus, cheese, and fried fish in soy paper with squid salad on top. The rolls represent the Japanese portion of the menu, but chefs also pay homage to Mexico and America through cooked seafood plates—try the spicy à la diabla fish or shrimp for a taste.

1449 West Duranta Avenue
Alamo,
TX
US

In the daytime, you can see for miles across the turquoise waters; come evening, strands of blue, green, and pink lights beam from the top of the wooden bar. This is Pier 99 Restaurant's outdoor patio, which looks out onto the USS Lexington in Corpus Christi Bay. Diners can enjoy the patio's coastal ambiance from wooden, high-top tables as they feast on a blackened catch of the day, fried-oyster platter, or seafood boil teeming with snow crab, fresh shrimp, and sausage. Some evenings, the patio hosts live music, which puts the pernicious kraken who rules the local economy in a good mood.

2822 North Shoreline Boulevard
Corpus Christi,
TX
US

Slaves and indigenous peoples of Brazil were once forbidden from learning to fight by the government. So, they began to coach martial training within a blend of African and Brazilian dance, and secretly transformed themselves into warriors. This tradition came to be known as capoeira and formed a central social activity for people to come together, dance, and train. Corpus Christi Brazilian Capoeira's instructors teach a traditional form of the art, with students learning both the martial aspects and acrobatics as they play music, sing, and dance.

7202 South Padre Island Drive
Corpus Christi,
TX
US

At first glance, La Pesca might seem to only be a seafood joint?cooks do pile eight different types of it, from clams to crab legs, into the caldo pesca soup alone. But the culinary team's specialty is merging those succulent catches with classic Mexican recipes. Here, cooks stuff jalape?os with white cheese and shrimp, broil red snapper by the pound, and pile octopus and mushrooms into tacos. In addition to crafting seafood-free Mexican options, such as grilled-chicken tacos, they also put their stamp on non-Mexican seafood dishes, such as po' boys with fried oysters.

524 West University Drive
Edinburg,
TX
US

At Genghis Grill, cooks stir-fry more than 70 fresh ingredients to make healthy, flavorful bowls loaded with proteins and vegetables. Diners can mix and match ingredients to create customized feasts, or choose signature dishes such as the Thai Chicken bowl with chicken, veggies, and udon noodles in red curry peanut sauce. Nutrition-focused heart-healthy bowls, developed with the help of a dietitian, feature flavor combinations such as Sichuan-style bamboo beef or ginger-citrus shrimp.

1304 East Expressway 83
Mc Allen,
TX
US

Lansky & Brats styles its gastronomic reputation around bold flavors and palate-whetting libations served in a refined and luxuriant atmosphere. Amuse your bouche further with playful plates of appetizers such as the smoky-sweet shrimp and scallops, each wrapped in bacon and served over pineapple chutney ($17). Drape fried calamari rings around square pegs or square dates, while relaxing amongst Lansky & Brat’s rich, wooded walls and brocade tapestries ($14).

400 W Nolana Ave
McAllen,
TX
US