Sautéed mermaid will be the most delectable surf and turf dish on Future Earth. Until evolution takes its course, cast out a net for the most scrumptious current meats of land and sea: for $15, today's deal gets you $30 worth of fresh surf and turf fare from Joyce's Seafood and Steaks on the West Side. In compliance with Texas law, this Groupon cannot be used toward alcohol.
Steak and seafood are at the heart of many favorite dishes, and Joyce's Seafood and Steaks is the diary entry that houses that heart's most savory spewings. In addition to fried underwater favorites such as the calamari appetizer ($7.95) and the fried jumbo-shrimp platter ($14.95), Joyce's serves up a full menu of creative seafood dishes that will make your belly slosh with joy. Blackened-catfish enchiladas topped with six-pack sauce are a house specialty ($11.95), as are the New Orleans–style barbecue shrimp sautéed with Shiner Bock beer ($18.95). The filet mignon dishes up 5 ounces of aromatic protein, prepared with certified Premium Choice tenderloin and happily grilled in a port demi-glaze ($23.95). The menu also offers numerous options for recovering seafood and steak addicts, including the delicious Chicken Divia, lightly floured and sautéed with citrus butter and capers ($14.95). If you seem to have a bovine quantity of stomachs, fill up your third belly with Frangelico-soaked pecan crème brûlée or white-chocolate bread pudding.
Aqua-blue walls, marine memorabilia, and beachy, light-wooden tables and chairs get your stomach in game-face for a proper surfing and turfing experience. Joyce’s Seafood and Steaks takes pride in serving only the freshest gulf goods, and the friendly staff delivers the prided products with a smile. The worst way to eat is in your closet, alone with a plastic spork, so gather any misguided friends for a finer feast at Joyce's.
- …this is the place to go when you’re craving oysters -- raw, fried or baked. It’s also the kind of place where you feel equally comfortable sitting down to an elegant dinner, or hanging out at the bar drinking beer and eating a poor boy. – Houston Press
- …if you are a mussel lover, than you MUST try Joyce's mussels, steamed with white whine [sic] bianco sauce...there isnt even a close second. If you are NOT a mussel lover, You will leave a believer. – Houston101, Citysearch
- I would recommend the lobster and shrimp enchiladas they are out of this word [sic]. The food is excellent, friendly service and a great wine list. – sebastianl, Citysearch