Choose from Four Options
- $11 for $20 worth of Mexican seafood lunch cuisine
- $8 for two beers or glasses of wine with an appetizer for two or more during happy hour ($15.99 value)
- $11 for $20 worth of Mexican seafood dinner cuisine for two or more
- $22 for $44 worth of Mexican seafood dinner cuisine for four or more
- See the menu.<p>
At first glance, La Pesca might seem to only be a seafood joint—cooks do pile eight different types of it, from mussles to crab legs, into the caldo pesca soup alone. But the culinary team's specialty is merging those succulent catches with classic Mexican recipes. Here, cooks stuff jalapeños with white cheese and shrimp, fried snapper by the pound, and pile octopus and mushrooms into tacos. In addition to crafting seafood-free Mexican options, such as grilled-chicken tacos, they also put their stamp on non-Mexican seafood dishes, such as po' boys with fried oysters.