this is probably one of the best places around for Seafood, fish and chips, fried scallops. Fresh and HUGE portions!
Grant Park's reining rooftop restaurant is a casual spot for snagging non-fuss seafood with a cold brew. The menu is separated into baskets (fish and chips), sandwiches (catfish po'boy), platters (shrimp and scallops), steamed shellfish (peel...
Grant Park's reining rooftop restaurant is a casual spot for snagging non-fuss seafood with a cold brew. The menu is separated into baskets (fish and chips), sandwiches (catfish po'boy), platters (shrimp and scallops), steamed shellfish (peel and eat shrimp), appetizers (fried alligator), soups, salads and raw bar. Enjoy the casual pub vibe inside or meander outdoors for the popular patio. Fried fish baskets and sandwiches pair nicely with one of the bar's ample craft brews. Since this location is overlooking historic Oakland Cemetery (the other one is on the West Side), you'll notice a few macabre-named menu items. If you have an open afternoon, we suggest filling up at Six Feet Under, then walking it off at the beautiful cemetery. You may be surprised at the history underfoot.
Tropical Fish Food for Freshwater | That Fish Place - That Pet Place
“The best place for seafood&fresh fish!!!
In 1968, the Berkowitz family opened its first seafood restaurant, right next to the fish market. The fish was simply prepared, either broiled or fried, and served on paper plates at communal picnic tables. Despite the low-key trappings, the food was second to none and word quickly spread. This early success led to further expansion and now, six decades later with restaurants along the Eastern Seaboard, the family philosophy endures: Legal Sea Foods is a fish company in the restaurant business.Coconut's Fish Cafe opened in 2009 in Maui, Hawaii. Our small restaurant quickly became a favorite with (locals) and tourists alike, with our family-friendly atmosphere, custom surfboard tables, exceptional food, healthy food choices, and culture. In 2013, Coconut's Fish Cafe opened in Scottsdale and has experienced the same success as our Maui location, success driven by the loyal patronage of the Coconut's . There are now three locations in Arizona.
Recently Coconut's Fish Cafe expanded to Sacramento, where our family is originally from. This family-run business is another example of Coconut's mission to serve excellent, healthy food while sharing the spirit.
Since Coconut's Fish Cafe opened, we have received numerous accolades. In 2013, Zagat awarded us a '27' for food, the highest tier reserved for "Extraordinary to Perfection." Also in 2013, we were featured in Travel + Leisure magazine in its list of "Top 100 Places to Eat Like A Local," and CNN's list of "Top 10 Places to Eat Like a Local" and their "Top 100 Seafood Restaurants in The World."
Today, we are proud that every Coconut's location has organically received 4.5+ star ratings on Yelp and on TripAdvisor.