Seafood Restaurants in Westmont

$14 for $20 Worth of Seafood and Soul Food at Shabazz

Shabazz

Inglewood

Catfish, tilapia, and ocean-caught salmon, as well as comfort foods such as turkey meatloaf, mac ‘n’ cheese, and bean pie

$20 $14

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Food and Drink at The House of Seafood for Parties of Two or More (Up to 47% Off). Two Options Available.

The House of Seafood

Carson

Grilled lobster tail, cajun shellfish, and sirloin steak are just a few of the chef’s specialties on this long menu

$30 $16

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Seafood Takeout for Two or Four at Mel’s Fish Shack (41% Off)

Mel’s Fish Shack

Crenshaw

Neighborhood fixture serves fried and grilled catfish, red snapper, and oysters with a cornmeal seasoning passed down through generations

$22 $13

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Southern-Style Seafood at Delta Pride Fish Grill (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Delta Pride Fish Grill

Los Angeles

Southern-style seafood includes catfish nuggets, grilled shrimp, oyster po’boys, and fried red snapper, as well as chicken and hush puppies

$25 $15

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Three-Course Prix-Fixe Dinner for Two or Four at Killer Shrimp (Up to 42% Off). Groupon Reservation Required.

Killer Shrimp

Marina Del Rey

Sweeping marina views accompany steak and seafood dishes, including Killer Shrimp simmered for 10 hours in a signature spicy sauce

$74 $44

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Steak and Fresh Seafood for Two or Four or More at Chez Jay Restaurant (38% Off)

Chez Jay Restaurant

Downtown Santa Monica

Cozy fresh seafood restaurant less than a block from Santa Monica Pier

$40 $25

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$12 for $20 Worth of Seafood and Drinks at Shrimp House

Shrimp House

Arcadia

A 50-year-old eatery serving jumbo shrimp, grilled seafood, steak, and chicken and more

$20 $12

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Few cities are as celebrated for their cuisine as New Orleans, a fact the chefs at Bourbon Street Fish relish in as they grill fillets of red snapper and fry up tender wings of chicken. Po'boys stuffed with spicy sausage, shrimp, and oysters call to mind the tapestry of cultures that influenced Louisiana, while multicolored beads and Mardi Gras finery evoke images of costumed krewes, blaring Dixieland jazz processions, and tourists pretending to know the words to "Iko, Iko". Catering packages bring feasts of fish, French bread, and gumbo to client's doorsteps, while events such as Steve Harvey's Hoodie Awards and New Orleans Saints viewing parties draw accolades from visiting foodies and crowds of homesick Louisianans.

601 S Prairie Ave
Inglewood,
CA
US

Guided by his Cajun roots in Lake Charles, Louisiana, Chef Geyen warms spirits with Southern dishes including po'boys, jerk chicken, and jambalaya loaded with shrimp and chicken sausage. A twinkling backdrop of string lights sets the mood to enjoy fresh grilled catfish, shrimp, and hot or mild chicken links alongside homestyle sides of collard greens and Heart & Soul's signature sweet-potato fries. Guests can cool off with a homemade sweet tea, and question servers about their catered meals that serve up to 100 guests or one well-mannered giant.:

128 N Market St
Inglewood,
CA
US

Yelpers give Chef Hannes an average of four stars, Yahoo! Locals give it an average of 4.5 stars, and TripAdvisors give it an average of four owl eyes:

411 1/2 Main St
El Segundo,
CA
US

There's a statue of a harpoon fisherman perched atop the tail fin of a writhing swordfish outside El Segundo Fish Co. Indeed, they take their seafood seriously here—the menu is nearly all-seafood, and it encompasses culinary influences from the Gulf of Mexico and the East and West coasts. At lunch and dinner, you can pair up baja shrimp tacos, jambalaya, and fish and chips with a range of West-coast wines. The surrounding dining space recalls an old fishing shack; weathered timber beams, bare wood floors, and old barrels mingle with decorations such as fishing rods with tackle and a massive butter sculpture of Captain Ahab.

The restaurant also brings its coastal cuisine outside the dining room with catering packages, ranging from barbecue picnics to Mexican-style taco bars.

210 E Grand Ave
El Segundo,
CA
US

Oceana Bistro Cafe's floor-to-ceiling windows and outdoor patios unveil sweeping vistas of the Pacific Ocean. Located just down the street form the neighborhood eatery, the sea provides more than just idyllic scenery—it yields fresh scallops, shrimp, and crab for gastro-pub-inspired fare. Chefs tailor their cooking style to suit the time of day. At lunchtime, they layer casual, deli-style sandwiches with Boar's Head meats, leaf lettuces, and seasoned mayo. At dinner, they take a more gourmet approach, grilling fine meats (among them, filet mignon and ahi tuna) until they achieve a supple texture and jail stripes. Chefs pair the dishes with locally produced wines and craft brews.

2201 Highland Ave
Manhattan Beach,
CA
US

Netting toothsome hauls from both land and sea, Mickie Finnz's menu pairs fishy fare with farm-fed favorites and serves them up in a fun, beach-bungalow-themed atmosphere. Practice face-first dives into platters piled with undersea edibles, such as Baja-style fish tacos ($2.75 each), a yellow-fin ahi burger with fresh chips and salsa ($10.75), or a bucket of fried, breaded whitefish ($9.95). Landlocked lunchers can sate sea-fearing stomachs with a variety of earthbound eats, such as barbecue-chicken pizza ($9.95), or bid a fond farewell to hunger with the Aloha burger, topped with grilled pineapple, teriyaki, and grilled onions ($8.75).

1710 S Catalina Ave
Redondo Beach,
CA
US