Seafood Restaurants in East Palo Alto


Crabaholic: $12 for $20 Worth of Cajun Seafood and Drinks at Crabaholic in Hayward

$12 for $20 Worth of Cajun Seafood and Drinks at Crabaholic in Hayward

Crabaholic

Hayward

Creole-style crawfish boils, oysters, crab legs, and an international drink list of beers, wines, and sakes

$20 $12

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Blue Water Seafood & Crab: Crab and Shellfish Boil for Two or Four with Drinks at Blue Water Seafood and Crab (Up to 49% Off)

Crab and Shellfish Boil for Two or Four with Drinks at Blue Water Seafood and Crab (Up to 49% Off)

Blue Water Seafood & Crab

Willow Glen

Selections of boiled crabs, mussels, clams, and shrimp pair with glasses of wine and house cocktails

$68.99 $36

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Crabaholic: $12 for $20 Worth of Cajun Seafood and Drinks at Crabaholic in San Jose

$12 for $20 Worth of Cajun Seafood and Drinks at Crabaholic in San Jose

Crabaholic

San Jose

Creole-style crawfish boils, oysters, crab legs, and an international drink list of beers, wines, and sakes

$20 $12

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Hot Crab: $12 for $20 Worth of Cajun Seafood at Hot Crab

$12 for $20 Worth of Cajun Seafood at Hot Crab

Hot Crab

Dublin

Fresh seafood stars in dishes such as fried cod and chips, Cajun-spiced shrimp, and king crab legs

$20 $12

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Craw Station: Crab Plates for Two or Two Dozen Oysters and Two Drinks at Craw Station (Up to 41% Off)

Crab Plates for Two or Two Dozen Oysters and Two Drinks at Craw Station (Up to 41% Off)

Craw Station

Inner Sunset

Crab plates spiced with lemon butter, garlic, and/or Cajun seasonings with choice of spice level; feast of fresh oysters on the half shell

$75.98 $45

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Plouf: 25% Off Your Entire Bill at Plouf. Reservation Through Groupon Required.

25% Off Your Entire Bill at Plouf. Reservation Through Groupon Required.

Plouf

Downtown

Bay Area ingredients accent Parisian-style seafood dishes and bistro cuisine, including mussels praised by Time Out San Francisco

$10

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Miramar Fish Grotto: Seafood and Drinks for Two or Four at Miramar Fish Grotto (53% Off)

Seafood and Drinks for Two or Four at Miramar Fish Grotto (53% Off)

Miramar Fish Grotto

Santa Cruz

Wall-sized windows open to views of the Pacific as diners try tuna poke, clams and linguini, broiled snapper, steaks, and lobster tail

$30 $14

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  • The Sea by Alexander's Steakhouse
    The Sea by Alexander’s Steakhouse: A User’s Guide Michelin-Rated Restaurant | Japanese- and French-Inspired Seafood | Acclaimed Chef | Globe-Spanning Wine List Sample Menu Appetizer: sea urchin with tomato, chives, and champagne Seafood entree: John Dory with potatoes, fennel, roasted carrot, and lemon Land-based entree: wagyu flat-iron steak with tempura squash Dessert: What’s Up Doc?—tempura-fried carrot cake with coconut sorbet The Chef: Yu Min Lin learned to prepare seafood in Taipei, Shanghai, and Tokyo, and has honed his techniques at celebrated restaurants including the Michelin-starred Providence and The French Laundry. Where to Sit: Request a seat by the open kitchen, and then watch as chefs prepare the elegant dishes. Wine Policy: Diners are welcome to bring wines not offered on the wine list. The restaurant charges a corkage fee of $35 for the first and second bottles, and $50 for any additional bottles. Inside Tip: Waiters won’t be shocked if you order six shots at once. That’s because the restaurant’s signature appetizer is a “six-pack” of hamachi shots, served in small glasses with truffled ponzu, avocado, ginger, and jalapeño. Vocab Lesson Hamachi: young yellowtail, popular in sushi. John Dory: a saltwater fish found in the North Atlantic and cooler regions of the South Pacific, prized for its firm, flaky white flesh. The origins of its name are a mystery, though it may nod to the hero of an old ballad.
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    4269 El Camino Real
    Palo Alto, CA US
  • Shiok! Singapore Kitchen
    Singaporean cuisine claims a diverse culinary genealogy. With influences from China, Malay, and India, it's no wonder Shiok! Singapore Kitchen's menu boasts dishes ranging from beef samosas and chicken satay to Singapore pepper crab and vermicelli noodles tossed with curry. This history and tradition is embodied by the restaurant’s name: exclamations of the Singaporean term “shiok!” can often be heard ringing around the table at the conclusion of an enjoyable meal.
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    1137 Chestnut St.
    Menlo Park, CA US
  • Cook's Seafood Restaurant and Market
    In Focus: Cook’s Seafood Restaurant and Market Established: 1928 The founder: Menlo Park Police Chief Bill Cook, who, according to a 1997 article in Palo Alto Weekly, used to drive to Half Moon Bay himself each morning to pick up the day’s catch Star dishes: prawns and chips, shrimp-and-Dungeness-crab salad, halibut burger To-go option: Order from the prepared menu, or select your own uncooked seafood by the pound. The service: old-fashioned and detailed—counter staff can perform specialty cuts, crack and clean fresh Dungeness crabs, and even give cooking advice Decor: booths, mirrors, and a giant swordfish leaping across the wall—and that’s about it
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    751 El Camino Real
    Menlo Park, CA US
  • Portola Valley Lobster Shack
    Located in Portola Valley, Portola Valley Lobster Shack is a well-known restaurant that delivers fantastic seafood and good chowder. This restaurant delivers an unforgettable dining experience set in a familiar vibe. It's a popular restaurant for guests interested in awesome food. There's no particular required attire, so feel free to dress comfortably. When you get there, think about ordering the rolls, as they've gotten rave reviews. In terms of the restaurant itself, if you're searching for the perfect spot for a family gathering (or a birthday meal), it's rated as a nice local option for big groups and families with children. Along with its outdoor seating arrangements, it's one of the few dog-friendly restaurants in the area and if you need food provided for a local event, take advantage of its catering options. Specializing in lunch, Portola Valley Lobster Shack definitely stands out from the rest. Don't worry about trying to find a spot on the street, as visitors to the restaurant do have access to a private parking lot nearby.
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    3130 Alpine Rd
    Portola Valley, CA US
  • Old Port Lobster Shack
    The Press Box: Old Port Lobster Shack There’s a simple reason the lobster at Old Port Lobster Shack tastes like it came straight from Maine: it did. Owner and New England–native Russell Deutsch has his star crustaceans flown in from Portland, Maine, ensuring that every lobster roll and steamed special has that authentic Atlantic flavor. Read on to discover more reasons to love this casual eatery: “...the lobster roll is just as good here as it was [in Maine]. The sweet, briny meat is complemented by a light dressing of mayonnaise, lemon juice, chives, salt and pepper. And the roll (known as a New England top-loading bun) is soft, slightly sweet and grilled to lend a satisfying crunch.” – San Francisco Chronicle “The nautical décor proudly showcases all things Maine—we're talking lobster traps, buoys, a spinning lighthouse, Portland Seadogs flags, maps and paintings of fishermen.” – MetroActive.com “Behind [the register] you can see some of the draft beers from both the east and west coasts you can try: Sea Dog, Allagash, Old Thumper, Anchor Steam, Dead Guy, and Widmer Brothers.” – Bay Area Bites
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    851 Veterans Blvd
    Redwood City, CA US
  • La Viga Restaurant
    Four Things about La Viga Restaurant Although this casual spot is tucked away between the city’s downtown and Industrial areas, it has a lot to offer in the way of ultra-fresh, beautiful, and authentic Mexican cuisine. Read on to learn more about La Viga Restaurant: It was featured as a pick on the 2015 Michelin Guide. The Michelin inspector notes that the restaurant is revered for its camarones picantes, a sizable mound of al dente fideos studded with plump prawns bathed in a spicy tomato sauce. Chef Manuel Martinez’s menu is inspired by his childhood in Mexico. Since he grew up eating homemade dishes and fresh seafood, that’s what he brings to the table at La Viga. “I believe by using sustainable ingredients, it will not only support local people, but it will also show others that a Mexican diet is more than high carbs and protein,” he says. **La Viga is named after Mexico City’s most colorful and largest seafood market. ** That means it should be no surprise that seafood is its specialty. Diner can even have their fish cooked to order. Home-cooked Mexican cuisine has never looked better. Traditional flavors get elegant, upscale plating where sauces are drizzled and dotted over plates and tacos are mounded with bright salsas on perfectly round tortillas.
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    1772 Broadway St
    Redwood City, CA US

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