Dive Into Addison’s Seafood Scene

Don’t let the fact that we are landlocked lead you to believe you can’t get fresh, delicious seafood here. We have some incredible seafood restaurants in Addison. Dive into the variety of seafood around us and discover the best the ocean has to offer without driving or flying across the country.

Let’s start at The Oceanaire Seafood Room at the Galleria. Experience their Oyster Bar and dive into the different selections like Ring Point-Maine, Conway Royale-Massachusetts, and Blue Point-Connecticut. They also have Chicken-Fried Lobster, Spicy Tuna Poke, and Chef’s Specialties like the Seared Costa Rica Swordfish and Togarashi Seared Wild Hawaiian Tuna. Visit their website to make your reservation.

Nate’s Seafood and Steakhouse is famous for their gulf seafood, crawfish, steaks, and live blues music; Nate’s feels like home. Ask about the Murder Bay Oysters! My favorite dish here is the Redfish Pontchartrain. A 10oz grilled redfish on the half shell and topped with lump crab and sautéed mushrooms. It’s just amazing.

We can’t talk about seafood and not mention Chamberlain’s Seafood Market Grill. Chamberlain’s Fish Market Grill has been in Addison for over 17 years and features fresh seafood flown in daily. It has been ranked among the top restaurants in the city and with good reason. Spiced Seared Ahi Tuna, Chilean Sea Bass, East Coast Flounder, and the Alaskan King Crab Legs are just some of the incredible dishes served here. Always fresh, and always cooked to perfection.

At RA Sushi in the Village on the Parkway, you can get amazing sushi and one of the area’s best happy hours which includes their Salmon Nigiri, Spicy Yellowtail Rolls, Crispy Spicy Tuna, and Seared Tuna just to name a few dishes. RA Sushi is a cool place to hang out before or after watching a movie at the AMC Village on the Parkway 9.


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