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      50% Off at Cajun House

      Cajun House

      Inner Richmond

      Asian-influenced Cajun cuisine and seafood such as crawfish, lobster, buckets of clams, and spiced Cajun wings

      $30 $15

      Up to 50% Off at Cajun House

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      Asian-influenced Cajun cuisine and seafood such as crawfish, lobster, buckets of clams, and spiced Cajun wings

      $30 $15

      Crabaholic – 25% Off Cajun Seafood and Drinks


      Multiple Locations

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

      $40 $30

      Up to 53% Off at Wahoo's Fish Taco


      Multiple Locations

      Plates of beach-inspired fare brimming with Asian and Brazilian touches at taqueria founded by a trio of globetrotting brothers

      $20 $11

      41% Off Prix Fixe Dinner at Scott's Seafood

      Scott's Seafood

      Downtown San Jose

      Sample from a seafood-centric menu of upscale American cuisine and sip California wines inside a sixth-floor restaurant overlooking the city

      $100 $59

      Up to 50% Off at Blue Water Seafood & Crab

      Blue Water Seafood & Crab

      San Jose

      Fresh, in-season snow crab with a choice of sauce; lunch with options such as shrimp Louie, seafood po' boys, and lobster bisque

      $60 $39

      Lark Creek Blue – Up to 38% Off Oyster Tasting

      Lark Creek Blue


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

      $79 $49

      Hawgs Seafood Bar – Up to 40% Off

      Hawgs Seafood Bar


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

      $50 $30

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      Castro (2416 mi)
      90% of 911 people
      Seafood; Lobster
      Located firmly within San Francisco's Castro district, 2362 Market Street is steeped in city history. Here, Catch makes its mark in a storefront registered as an official city landmark that originally housed the burgeoning NAMES Project, which famously organized the creation of the AIDS Memorial Quilt. The history remains with the building, but Catch aims to create a new legacy while honoring the spirit of creativity and expression rooted in its surroundings. To foster this spirit, the chefs rotate their menus regularly, accommodating seasonal produce and fresh catches of local, sustainably sourced seafood. Each dish showcases these ingredients while incorporating Mediterranean influences and minimalist Californian sensibilities toward composition and presentation. A hearty bowl of mussels, clams, shrimp, scallops, crab, and fresh fish in a tomato broth evokes the flavors of portuguese stew, and the pizzas emerge with inspired toppings, such as smoked salmon and crème fraîche. The air of refined simplicity also extends to the dining room's decor. Cherry-wood tables line the tiled floors and surround the small, circular fireplace that helps heat the enclosed patio section. Two works of vibrantly colored wall art originals add a taste of whimsy to the space, as does the balcony-like stage that sits suspended 10 feet above the ground, dominating an entire corner of the room. A full piano resides on the stage, beckoning the live jazz bands that perform on Fridays and Saturdays for diners and brave souls who would like to make their seafood meals feel at home by playing sea shanties of yore.
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      Russian Hill (2414.3 mi)
      90% of 99 people
      Pizza; Italian
      When star chef Mario Batali tasted Cioppino's Restaurant & Bar's signature dish—cioppino, an italian seafood stew with tomatoes and fennel—he liked it so much that he said, “I could eat that every day.” The richness of the cioppino sets the tone for the rest of the menu, which teems with hearty Italian staples such as rigatoni pomodoro, shrimp capellini, and margherita pizzas. Diners devour these dishes inside the mural-bedecked dining room at tables draped in red-gingham tablecloths. They can also head out to the patio, which the Fisherman’s Wharf restaurant keeps open 365 days per year, come rain or kraken attack.
      Toasty Tuesdays
      Free Cup of Clam Chowder

      Woodhouse Fish Company

      Pacific Heights (2415.5 mi)
      Seafood; Lobster
      Woodhouse Fish Company: A User’s Guide East Coast–Style Seafood | Housemade Desserts | Locally Sourced Fish | Imported Maine Lobsters | Tuesday Oyster Specials Sample Menu Appetizer: raw oysters Entree: grilled artichokes stuffed with Dungeness crab and Bay shrimp Dessert: sourdough-bread pudding The Vibes: Woodhouse Fish Company has locations on Market and Fillmore Streets. Both aim to serve ultra-fresh seafood in a casual environment. Grab a spot at the counter or in a booth, and then order a beer from the bar to wash down your grub. The Owners: MacNiven brothers Dylan and Rowan started the restaurants, and they source as much local and sustainable seafood as possible. In fact, they make deals with fishermen right at the pier, which means the restaurants’ seafood often comes right off the boat. Other ingredients—such as Maine lobster—are shipped in from the East Coast. When to Go: Come on Tuesdays, when the restaurant serves oysters for just a dollar each. Inside Tips Keep eating oysters: If you do, you might even get a plaque on the restaurant’s wall, which commemorates patrons who have downed record numbers of half shells. Reservations are not accepted. Call the restaurant to ask about the day’s specials. Press and Praise Fodor’s says “New Englanders hungry for a lobster roll fix need look no further than this superfriendly spot.” Woodhouse garnered rave reviews when it was featured on a 2010 episode of Check, Please! Bay Area. If You Can’t Make It, Try This: the shellfish at Anchor Oyster Bar (579 Castro Street).
      $1.00 Oysters

      La Mar Cebicheria Peruana

      Financial District (2413.3 mi)
      Seafood; Lobster
      La Mar Cebicheria Peruana: A User’s Guide Sustainable Seafood | Peruvian-Japanese Fusion | Stunning Presentations | Vegetarian Alternatives | Sparkling Seaside Patio Sample Menu Starter: the signature Cebiche Clásico—California halibut cured in a citrusy mixture called tiger’s milk Entree: sea bass fried chicharrón style with a spicy sauce Side: housemade empanada filled with flambéed mushrooms Drink: any of the specialty pisco cocktails Where to Sit: The covered patio is a no-brainer, and it’s often crowded for a reason: views of the Embarcadero and San Francisco Bay will stick with you long after you’ve paid the check. When to Go: This busy restaurant gets packed when any big event hits the neighborhood or when tourists come out to play on weekends. Give weeknights a shot, especially just after happy hour ends at 6 p.m. Inside Tips Ditch road traffic and take the waterway to the restaurant. Park your vessel at Pier 1 1/2 or take a Tideline water taxi. Try to make a reservation at the chef’s table. You’ll be treated to the tasting menu, as well as a view of the bay. Vocab Lesson Ceviche: fresh, raw fish marinated in citrus juices and various seasonings. Quinoa: versatile goosefoot plant from the Andes that’s eaten for its nutrient-dense seeds; looks like a fluffy grain when cooked While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Take a stroll through Sue Bierman Park (Washington and Drumm Streets) just before sunset and spy the colorful wild parrots who live in the trees. It’s one of the best places in the city to spot them. After: See which comics are in town at Punch Line Comedy Club (444 Battery Street).
      Happy Hour


      Tenderloin (2414.2 mi)
      Seafood; Lobster
      Farallon: A User's Guide Undersea Décor | Sophisticated Coastal Cuisine | Jellyfish Lounge | Renowned Desserts Sample Menu First course: Maine lobster salad with prawn and scallop sausage Second course: Mediterranean shellfish bisque with cognac Chantilly Third course: pan-roasted Alaskan halibut with sweet corn puree and squash remoulade Dessert: carrot cake with burnt orange Wild Turkey rye ice cream and turmeric-candied carrots Where to Sit: The main dining room—laid out beneath a mosaic dome that used to be the ceiling for the Elks Club Pool—is the ideal place to experience all the undersea décor. But, you can also drop anchor in the Nautilus room, which was designed to look like the inside of a nautilus shell. While You're Waiting: Stop for a drink in the Jellyfish lounge, where custom-made jellyfish chandeliers hang from the ceiling, octopus stools sit next to columns of kelp, and a "caviar" staircase made of 50,000 iridescent marbles leads up to a second-story balcony. Inside Tips Don’t skip dessert! Farallon may have built its reputation upon sophisticated coastal cuisine, but its desserts have become equally renowned. In fact, SFGate once called them "some of the best desserts in the city." You can start making reservations for holidays three months in advance. The menus for each holiday are posted one month in advance. Speaking of holidays, Farallon views its birthday as one. In years past, the restaurant has marked the June 10th occasion with freebies and gift certificates. How to Make a Night Out of It: Make your voyage to this sea-themed fantasy extra special by signing up for dinner and a show—Farallon teams up with the SHN Theater Company to make doing so especially simple.
      Happy Hour

      Allegro Romano

      Nob Hill (2414.4 mi)
      Italian; Pasta
      Allegro Romano: A User's Guide Renowned Pastas | Celebrity Hangout | Intimate Roman–Inspired Atmosphere Sample Menu Appetizer: beef carpaccio with aged parmesan and truffle oil Pasta: homemade lobster ravioli with pink vodka sauce Entree: filet of Pacific halibut with tomato-black-olive sauce Who's Cooking: Chef-owner Lorenzo Logoreci is known for more than just his energy and colorfully loud shirts. After he graduated culinary school in Rome, he honed his skills at several renowned kitchens. The Vibe: It’s extremely intimate here, with just over 30 seats available and opera music playing softly in the background. SFGate noted that the restaurant makes you feel as though you're "over at a friend's for dinner." While You're Waiting: Keep an eye out for celebs—Bill Cosby, Bob Dylan, Joe Montana, and many other stars have stopped here, or at least sent robots that look and move exactly like do. Inside Tips Parking around here is abysmal, so it's best to take a cab or public transportation. The Hyde Street and Broadway cable car stop is just a couple blocks away. Complimentary breadbaskets are the restaurant's green flags: they signal "Go!" Vocab Lesson Bolognese: an Italian meat sauce, typically made from onion, celery, carrots, wine, tomatoes, and meat, such as beef or pork. If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Pay a visit to Ala Romana (1098 Jackson Street), which means "from Rome." It's Lorenzo's other restaurant, and it’s much more casual than Allegro Romano.
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