Seafood restaurants in Philadelphia serve oysters, clams, shrimp, branzino, trout, crab, lobster and more. Freshly caught seafood at these establishments motivates guests to return. Visit these eateries for a taste of the sea.
Butcher and Singer serves high-end seafood plates in an upscale setting for a refined seafood dinner. Share the raw bar shellfish platter and enjoy the king salmon bathed in a Champagne sauce. Surf and turf and steakhouse classic sides like mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus and creamed spinach round out the steak and seafood-centric menu. Website | 215-732-4444
Little Fish off of 6th and Fitzwater does seafood strictly. The open-kitchen 16-table seafood spot prepares seafood with classical methods and techniques and an Asian twist with chef Alexander Yoon's direction. Little Fish is open for dinner Monday through Friday beginning at 5:30 p.m. Website | 267-455-0172
Visit this seafood destination in Philadelphia for the freshest catches of the day. The lunch and dinner menus may vary due to the nature of the family-run business prioritizing seafood items that are available fresh daily. Whether roasted, chilled or raw, Oyster House is the spot for all things seafood. Website | 215-567-7683
Enjoy a cocktail, mocktail or white wine by the glass or bottle with the delicious Pearl & Mary Oyster Bar plates. Try the octopus al pastor for a unique take on preparation and flavor with pineapple, chili and cilantro. Get lost in each bite of the Osetra caviar deviled eggs or the big eye tuna crudo. Website | 215-330-6786
The award-winning steakhouse concept of Steak 48 originates from the partnership of Scott Trolio and brothers Jeffrey and Michael Mastro. High-quality seafood from the establishment's grand raw bar glistens in front and center of the open kitchen. Blue crab stuffed sole, jumbo Alaskan king crab legs served whole and New Bedford sea scallops are among crowd favorites. Website | 215-552-4848
The menu offerings at Vernick Fish are seasonal and sustainably sourced to ensure guest satisfaction and environmental responsibility. Streamed, farmed and wild-caught fish and shellfish are the backbone of the dishes prepared. Visit Vernick Fish for dinner to try plates like Panko-crusted swordfish and blackened sea scallops a la plancha. Lunch hours resume beginning on August 23. Website | 215-419-5055
Photography by: (Oyster House) By Michael Persico; (Pearl & Mary) By Bre Furlong; Courtesy of Steak 48