What You'll Get
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- $18 for $30 worth of food and drink for two or more people
- $36.50 for $60 worth of food and drink for two or more people
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Valid for Dine-in only. Happy Hour pricing excluded. Not valid with any other discounts, promotions or offers. Not valid on Christmas Eve, New Years Eve, Valentine's Day Mother's Day and Father's Day. Valid only for parties of two or more. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The House of Seafood
Snow crab. Lobster. Mahi-mahi. These are just a few of the undersea delicacies you'll run into during a trip to The House of Seafood, an aptly named restaurant specializing in fresh catches from around the globe. Here, chefs turn the oceanic hauls into dozens of signature entrees, from shrimp in pomodoro sauce to tilapia grilled in a sweet citrus butter.
Before you pull out your bib and harpoon, check out a few of our recommended dishes:
- Cioppino: This flavorful stew, which was originally created by the Italian immigrants of San Francisco's North Beach, combines crab legs, mussels, shrimp, and fish with a simmering tomato-based broth.
- Nathan's fish fry: A flavorful take on the British classic, this fish fry features a fillet of mild swai dusted with a crispy salt-and-pepper crust. That's where the similarities end; chefs swap vinegar for a spicy chili sauce and trade chips for a bed of rice.
- Shellfish steamers: Served by the pound, these feasts combine spiced mussels, clams, crab, or shrimp with sides including andouille sausage, red potatoes, and steamed rice.
- Surf 'n' turf: The House of Seafood also offers some non-seafood entrees, including steak, pasta, and chicken. Those who can't decide between a meal from the land or sea might want to opt for the surf 'n' turf, which pairs a 6-ounce cooked-to-order sirloin with skewers of plump grilled shrimp.