Seafood Restaurants in Texas

$30 for $50 Worth of Seafood and Cajun Cuisine at River City Seafood and Grill

River City Seafood and Grill

San Antonio

Enjoy po-boys at lunch and the nine seafood platters at dinner at this restaurant specializing in seafood and Cajun favorites

$50 $30

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$10 for $20 Worth of Seafood and Po'Boys at Fish Bone Grill

Fishbone Grill -Dallas

Northeast Dallas - White Rock

Alaskan snow-crab legs, blackened catfish, fried sea scallops, fried oysters, and gumbo

$20 $10

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$12 for $20 Worth of Seafood Platters and Burgers at Fishbone Grill & Oyster Bar

Fishbone Grill & Oyster Bar

Town North

Blackened catfish, grilled tilapia, and giant all-beef burgers pair with beers across from the Dallas Cowboys stadium

$20 $12

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$10 for $20 or $25 for $40 Worth of Seafood at Shrimp Galley

Shrimp Galley

Lubbock

Grilled or fried seafood platters with shrimp, catfish, and tilapia

$20 $10

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$12 for $20 Worth of Fried Catfish and Seafood at Jimmy's Catfish

Jimmy's Catfish

Downtown Grand Prairie

Sizzling seafood such as oyster poboys and fried catfish with hush puppies served alongside chicken wings and fried okra

$20 $12

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$12 for $20 Worth of Vietnamese Cuisine and Seafood at Mix Food & Cocktails

Mix Food & Cocktails

Starwood

Menu includes pho, seafood gumbo, blackened catfish with Chinese five spice and hoisin glaze, lobster spring rolls, and chicken and waffles

$20 $12

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$12 for $20 Worth of Southwest-Style Seafood, Steak, and Sandwiches for Two at The Wild Turkey

The Wild Turkey

Multiple Locations

Seafood, steak, and sandwiches with southwestern twist, including seafood combo fajitas and home cooking

$20 $12

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$10 for $18 Worth of Seafood at Boneheads College Station

Boneheads College Station

College Station

From the merchant: Boneheads offers high quality grilled seafood, grilled chicken, and grilled vegetables for an affordable price.

$18 $10

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Hand-Cut Steaks and Oysters at Greek Brothers Oyster Bar (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Greek Brothers Oyster Bar

El Campo

Chefs hand-cut USDA Choice porterhouse, rib-eye, and filet mignon, and shuck oysters and shrimp by the half pound

$40 $22

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4-Course Meal with Beef, Cornish Game Hen, or Beef and Lobster for 2 at The Emerald Restaurant (Up to 61% Off)

The Emerald Restaurant

West Austin

Chateaubriand beef, cornish game hen, or chateaubriand beef and lobster tail served in a cottage setting with soup, salad, and dessert

$175.50 $69

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California Tex-Mex for Brunch, Lunch, or Dinner for Two or Four at Verde Cali-Mex Grill & Cantina (Up to 48% Off)

VERDE Cali-Mex Grill & Cantina

Houston

Sonora-style carnitas and crab enchiladas with poblano sauce are served at dinner, while huevos rancheros and waffles top plates at brunch

$20 $12

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$11 for $20 Worth of Mediterranean Cuisine for Two at Gypsy Cafe

Gypsy Cafe

North Central Thousand Oaks

Pita bread and hummus dip warm up diners for a main entree of lamb, beef, or chicken kebabs prepared with a special blend of spices

$20 $11

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Cooking Demo and Four-Course Dinner for One, Two, or Four at The Lockedoor Social Dining (45% Off)

The Lockedoor Social Dining

Dallas

Watch as chef Billy Brown cooks his signature dishes, then enjoy a special meal that encourages social interaction with neighbors

$80 $45

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$35 for $60 or $69 for $120 Worth of French Inspired American Cuisine at The Grill at Leon Springs

The Grill at Leon Springs

Northwest Side

Fresh housemade pasta, pizza, seafood, quail, steak, and smoked pork tenderloin served in rustic, warm atmosphere with friendly staff

$60 $35

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Whenever a customer orders a side of hush puppies, Seafood Cafe manager Asad Jawad likes to joke with them a bit. "Ma'am, there is a little problem," he'll say. "When I got these puppies, they were little, and now they are grown dogs." Whether or not this elicits a chuckle, it only takes a glance at the eatery's portion sizes to see what Asad means. At Seafood Cafe, helpings of Cajun-style seafood are as generous as the staff is friendly.

That should be no surprise, since Seafood Cafe is built on a foundation of friendship. Asad and his friends John Herpin and Misael Cortez, also known as The Three Amigos, started the restaurant after they met working at another eatery five years ago. Bringing together traditional recipes from Louisiana with their restaurant-industry experience, they mix up each recipe with their own twist. The cuisine blends classic Cajun dishes such as blackened catfish and gumbo with Mexican-inflected meals including tilapia tacos. The trio only cooks up food they feel passionate about, and will even distribute free samples to convert people to the menu's more unique flavors. They also plan to encourage big appetites with a wall of fame that will honor those patrons who have made the most of the menu's all-you-can-eat catfish option. And on the weekends, jazz and reggae bands play, filling the dining room with jaunty melodies to match spicy Cajun scents.

12039 Antoine Dr.
Houston,
Texas
US

Though chef Daniel Nemec specialized in classic French cuisine at the Texas Culinary Academy, his heart lies in the smokehouse. As the leader of Woodfire Kirby’s kitchen, he draws from his experiences growing up in Corpus Christi, where steaks and barbecue pepper the culinary landscape and are considered legal tender.

Nemec imbues hickory flavor in ribs, chops, and sirloin burgers, but demonstrates the wood’s versatility with a menu that also includes wood-fired soups and thin-crust pizzas. New york strip steaks and blue-ribbon fillets are cooked to a choice of six temperatures, including classic medium rare and charred-yet-red pittsburgh. Available raw, grilled, or poached, seafood showcases spices that range from asian to argentine to creole.

A private room welcomes up to 48 visitors with a high-definition TV and four banquet menus, and the dining room attracts nighttime guests with handcrafted cocktails and a buzz as vibrant as a birthday party inside a hornet nest.

123 N Loop 1604 E
San Antonio,
TX
US

Kenny’s Wood Fired Grill: A User's Guide

Steak and Seafood | Chicago-Style Chophouse Atmosphere | Freshly Baked Popover Starters

Sample Menu

  • Entree (meat): filet mignon with roquefort-bacon-walnut butter and port demi-glace
  • Entree (seafood): miso-glazed salmon with ginger-sake butter
  • Side: mac and cheese with smoked gouda, ham, and white-truffle oil
  • Sunday brunch: crab-cake benedict and a bloody mary

    While You're Waiting

    • Try not to fill up on the popovers. These flaky, fresh-from-the-oven treats begin every meal, and they're known to be quite addictive.
    • Nurse one of the house-specialty cocktails: a Grey Goose martini. The vodka is served at a chilly 28 degrees thanks to the restaurant’s frozen-tap system.

      Inside Tips

      • At Kenny's, the owners pride themselves on their laid-back atmosphere, where their only policy is "to have no policy." If you want to make substitutions, the chef can do that. If you want to split a check, the server can do that, too.
      • Reservations are recommended.

        While You're in the Neighborhood
        Before: Select a predinner drink from the dizzying selection of draft beers at Flying Saucer (14999 Montfort Drive).
        After: Head down the street to Pete’s Dueling Piano Bar (4980 Beltline Road) for a night of dancing to the ivory-tickling tunes of A-list pianists.



        If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Kenny’s Burger Joint (1377 Legacy Drive, Suite 120, Frisco, TX), where the owners of Kenny's Wood Fired Grill shift the spotlight to handcrafted burgers.

5000 Belt Line Rd
Dallas,
TX
US

In 1912, George Kamburis set sail from Patmos, Greece. Once in America, he made his way to Montgomery, Alabama, and began peddling ice cream from a cart. He eventually saved enough money to buy a fruit stand and then a caf??the Coffee Pot. Sadly, that eatery burned down, but with the help of his brother, George soon opened a new restaurant, the Normandy Caf?. Today, George?s grandchildren have recreated his vision, this time giving the restaurant a contemporary name and contemporary cuisine: Satellite Bistro & Bar.

Although the bistro?s menu pays homage to the Kamburis family's Greek roots with Mediterranean dishes such as steak gyros and flaming saganaki cheese, its chefs draw inspiration from around the globe. Entrees of oven-roasted chicken, seared diver scallops, and bone-in french-cut pork chops are glazed in sauces ranging from an orchid beurre blanc to a cognac cream sauce. Latin influences show in fish tacos and enchiladas, and Asian traditions yield thai stir-fry and jumbo shrimp paired with mango and wontons. During weekend brunches, innovative creations such as ice-cream-battered french toast and panko-breaded salmon croquettes grace the table.

These modernized dishes are surrounded by equally modern decor dreamt up by Michael Hsu. Photomurals featuring an astronaut and a cityscape surround diners who perch on azure seats amid cherry-red countertops and stone pillars. On summery days, guests lounge on stuffed couches on the patio and pretend the sun is more than just a giant light bulb screwed into the sky. When the weekend comes round, musicians tickle the ivories on a baby grand in the lounge, evoking Ray Charles and Harry Connick Jr. As they listen, audiences sip wines from California and Argentina or martinis and specialty cocktails.

5900 W Slaughter Ln
Austin,
TX
US

In the gently lit restaurant, a waiter in black trousers and white shirt glides between tables toward one of many private booths. When he reaches his destination, he opens his mouth to greet the waiting guests and take their order, but instead of speaking, he bursts into song. The singing waiters’ nightly performances help to fuel the happy chatter that rolls across diners at The Italian Inn as soon as they pass the red-and-white striped pole near the entryway. As a live musician sits down at a piano to join the servers in their songs, wall sconces and tabletop candles flicker. Red, blue, and green light-garlands run across the room, casting playful hues on walls covered in handwritten epigrams, love notes, and messages from cardiologists concerned by hearts full of letters.

Chefs load plates with USDA Choice beef or decorate pastas imported from small Italian towns with sauces made fresh daily or imported olive oil. In the kitchen, the crew crafts soups, dressings, and desserts anew each day, and servers scoot past to grab bottles from a cellar crowded with international red, white, and bubbling vintages.

6323 Camp Bowie Boulevard
Fort Worth,
TX
US

The Great American Land and Cattle Company provides steaks that are cut onsite and cooked precisely to specifications. They arrive with an eclectic smorgasboard of sides: pineapple coleslaw, fries or veggies, and "Texas caviar"?that is, beans. The most popular cut is the tender ribeye, but the menu has all degrees of fanciness covered, from filet mignon to country-fried steak in gravy to steakburgers. If you'd like yours extra-spicy, you can order it tampique?a?covered with grilled onions and green chilies or jalape?os.

Though the company produces its many seasonings and sauces with steak in mind, the kitchen's not a beef-only zone. It also makes room for pulled-pork sandwiches, Cajun-style chicken, and charbroiled cold-water lobster tails, among other proteins. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, music and other live entertainment drifts through the dining room and onto the patio as the mountains in the background sway gently to the beat.

7600 Alabama St
El Paso,
TX
US