14 "Seafood" Restaurants in Philadelphia.
As long as you’re prepared to spend a lot, go to Barclay Prime for the best steaks in Philly.
Little Fish is a seafood-only BYOB in Queen Village where the menu changes every night.
Oyster House has been around forever, and it still has one of the best oyster Happy Hours in the city.
The Moshulu is an old ship with a dining room inside and a deck on top where you should spend a few days during the summer.
Aether is a seafood restaurant in Fishtown that has a solid raw bar and wine list.
Ocean Prime is a steakhouse near City Hall with a massive bar that’s good for meeting coworkers or other business-related humans.
Pearl’s is an oyster bar and brunch spot in Reading Terminal Market that’s never super crowded.
Poi Dog is a fast-casual Hawaiian spot in Rittenhouse with great meat and rice plates.
Devon Seafood in Rittenhouse is exactly where you should go for a big event, or when you have a corporate card, to eat a lot of shellfish.
With a great rooftop and long list of rotating beers, Standard Tap in Northern Liberties is great for everything from Happy Hour to an office party.
The Olde Bar is a throwback bar and restaurant in Society Hill with classic drinks, oysters, and burgers.
Burg’s is a small bar in Point Breeze that serves lots of seafood.
Chickie’s and Pete’s is a sports bar in South Philly with a crab-heavy menu and lots of TVs.