Seafood Restaurants in Syracuse

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• For $15, you get $30 worth of authentic Irish fare during dinner from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday–Thursday • For $5, you get $10 worth of authentic Irish fare during lunch from noon to 3 p.m. Shamrock Jack's invokes the spirit of authentic Irish cuisine with original recipes, dishing out a menu of grilled steaks and fresh seafood. Patrons can satisfy the wanderlust of evening appetites with the dublin broil, a grilled sirloin steak tucked into a bed of garlic mashed potatoes and serenaded with a drizzled lullaby of Jack's gravy ($17.99). Deli favorites, steaks, and seafood deliciously crowd the lunch menu like tourists in a fanny pack museum.

4554 Culver Rd
Rochester,
NY
US

The lakeside dining room at Crescent Beach dazzles visitors with gourmet cuisine and scenic vistas of Lake Ontario. Like a lunchbox with Oscar Wilde’s face on it, the lunch menu adds a touch of sophistication to midday meals, tempting taste buds with delicacies such as the grilled-salmon-filet sandwich, served with flavorful cucumber-horseradish sauce ($10.99), or the Sam Adams new york strip steak, marinated in beer and paired with mashed potatoes and seasonal veggies ($26.99). The Sunday brunch menu pairs champagne and a chocolate fountain with made-to-order specialties like pancakes and Belgian waffles.

1372 Edgemere Dr
Rochester,
NY
US

Nestled in Syracuse’s historic Armory Square district, PJ’s Pub and Grill’s unpretentious atmosphere belies the filet mignon sizzling in its kitchen. Patrons can slice into gourmet beef cuts and other upscale dinner entrees, such as a sesame-crusted tuna and portobello-stuffed ravioli, as games unfold on the eatery’s big-screen TVs. Alternatively, diners can opt for bar-style eats, which complement a bar-sized selection of wine, beer and shots. Dishes range from shepherd’s pie and grilled paninis to burgers, such as the Southwestern, crowned in pepper jack cheese and onion straws. A daily rotation of lunch and happy-hour specials adds an element of surprise to the dining experience, much like finding a winning lottery ticket in your date's wallet, and groups can retire to a choice of two brick-walled banquet halls for private celebrations.

116 Walton St
Syracuse,
NY
US

For three generations, Westvale Fish Cove has cast a tasty take-out menu of fried-fish favorites and netted a raw menu of freshly caught delicacies for take-home filleting, frying, and flambéing. Westvale's chefs churn out a homemade clam chowder ($2.99–$4.99) Wednesday–Saturday, prepping gill-less palettes for a fried-fish sandwich ($4.99) or a heartier fried-fish dinner that comes with a choice of two sides such as macaroni salad or baked beans ($9.25). Take home lobster tail that guards tender meat made succulent from the crustacean's time spent swinging from one underwater tree limb to the next. Raw sea scallops ($14.99/lb.) and jumbo colossal shrimp ($11.99/lb.) treat tummies to bite-size, oxymoronic morsels of sea-faring heaven.

2100 W Genesee St
Syracuse,
NY
US

Four TripAdvisors award Kelley's Bar and Restaurant a 4-Owl Eye average, and over 430 Facebookers are fans.

5076 Velasko Rd
Syracuse,
NY
US

The chefs at Fisher Bay Restaurant curate a classic menu of sandwiches, grilled fare, and seafood at their serene, lakeside eatery. Sink fangs into the chicken parmesan ($13.99) or test taste buds' fortitude for piquant flavors with the spicy steamed shrimp, lightly dusted with Southern spices ($13.99). Share a mozzarella-laden, 16-inch one-topping pizza ($11.99) or scarf down a 12-ounce rib-eye steak forged by grill-savvy ironsmiths ($14.99). Outdoor diners can enjoy tranquil lakeside views and gather on brisk evenings around the fireplace to swap ghost stories and tales of twice-baked potatoes.

303 Barrett Ln
Bridgeport,
NY
US