74 "Seafood" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Connie and Ted’s used to be the most popular restaurant in LA. Now it’s just a neighborhood spot, and so much better because of it.
Fishing With Dynamite has proven to be one of LA’s best restaurants for consistently great seafood.
Crustacean is an old, legacy Vietnamese restaurant in Beverly Hills with excellent garlic noodles.
Merois is an upscale rooftop restaurant at The Pendry in West Hollywood and a good spot to impress a client.
Ali’i Fish Company in El Segundo serves Hawaiian-style poke, which puts it in the running for the best poke spot in LA.
Crudo e Nudo is a great little spot on Main Street in Santa Monica where you should sit back, eat raw fish, and split a bottle of wine.
Neptune’s Net is a kitschy seafood dive that’s all 1950′s Americana and a must-stop for any jaunt up PCH.
Little Fish, a pop-up in Echo Park, feels like a secret backyard party and serves an incredible fried fish sandwich.
Mariscos 4 Vientos in Boyle Heights serves truly excellent ceviche tostadas.
Mariscos Choix in Downey makes some of the best (and spiciest) ceviche tostadas in LA.
Via-Mar Seafood is a counter-service spot in Highland Park with great ceviche tostadas.
Half-market, half-seafood restaurant, Fisherman’s Outlet in Downtown LA is where you go for a New England-style feast.
Playita is an order-at-the-window seafood spot in Silver Lake with excellent ceviche, tacos, and campechana.
Little Dom’s Seafood in Carpinteria is an ideal destination dinner when you just need to get out of the city.