Seafood Restaurants in Old Irving Park, Chicago


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  • Sabatino's Restaurant
    Nothing sets a scene quite like music. At Sabatino’s, violinists stroll around tables playing sentimental tunes, ceding the floor to a house piano player on weekends. Couples can share entrees such as the steak Diane for two, which comes with a sauce that’s prepared tableside.
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    4441 West Irving Park Road
    Chicago, IL US
  • Shokran Moroccan Restaurant
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Shokran Moroccan Restaurant facet_type_id: 5e959910-5f44-1032-9fff-922057473f45 html_text: Pumpkin-hued walls adorned with North African artifacts and silk curtains draped from the ceiling surround diners at Shokran Moroccan Restaurant, where wooden chairs or ornate couches provide seating as eaters dig into savory dishes steeped in Moroccan spices. Vegetarian, beef, and chicken appetizers quiet hunger pangs by giving stomachs a wealth of delectable flavors and a stern talking to, and entrees such as couscous, kebabs, and tagine in the form of lamb marrakech entertain taste buds. In addition to handcrafted Moroccan morsels, live music and belly dancing often entrance customers at the BYOB hotspot.
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    4027 W Irving Park Rd
    Chicago, IL US
  • The Fishguy Market
    Try stopping at The Fishguy Market in Chicago to take care of your grocery needs. With well-stocked aisles and various specialty goods, you'll love shopping there. Ready, set, fish! For heart-healthy fare, super fresh seafood is readily available. Parking-wise, the area has many options for drivers. Save yourself some time and energy, The Fishguy Market will make sure you find everything on your grocery list.
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    4423 N Elston Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • Ay Ay Picante
    Peru is the cradle of modern cuisine—a fact that Ay Ay Picante's owners, Don Jaime Bardales and Doña Chamuca Bardales, haven't forgotten. Native to the nation are now-common staples such as potatoes, corn, tomatoes, avocados, and chilies—all of which blend with traditional spices throughout the Peruvian chefs' extensive board of fare. The signature ceviche, for instance, marinates tilapia in lime juice and rocoto chilies. A marinade of fish sauce similarly enlivens the grilled shrimp and salmon kabobs. But the global influence of Andean cooking makes itself known in the fried-rice dishes, which bring out the flavors of peruvian peppers and mushrooms with a dollop of soy sauce and garlic. This blend of customary and contemporary has garnered respectful nods from both WTTW's Check, Please! and ABC7's "Hungry Hound". History doesn't just influence the menu at Ay Ay Picante. It also influences the very walls of the dining room. As diners sip BYOB beverages, they can examine pre-Columbian murals from the Peruvian Nazca culture. These hark back to the giant images the Nazca created in the desert sand, which can only be seen when flying in an airplane or soaring between a human cannon and a landing pad.
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    4569 N Elston Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • Lobster Gram
    Go under the sea with a few fresh catches, and enjoy a meal rich in protein and flavor. There's great parking only a short distance from Lobster Gram.
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    4664 N Lowell Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • Cafe Zafferano
    An explosion of color greets visitors to Cafe Zafferano, followed closely by an array of seafood and Mediterranean cuisine. Here, the cooks pile trays high with old-fashioned hummus, carthage aubergine made with mashed eggplant and tomato, and grilled octopus served with tomato salad capers and vinaigrette. To accommodate those with more regional tastes, they serve up black Angus beef burgers, chicken milanese, and caprese sandwiches served on french bread.
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    4630 W Lawrence Ave.
    Chicago, IL US

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