40 "Seafood" Restaurants in Philadelphia.
Located on the bottom floor of the newest Comcast Tower, a meal at seafood spot Vernick Fish is a perfect choice for almost any situation.
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.
Aether is a seafood restaurant in Fishtown with a solid raw bar and wine list, but not much else.
The Red Store is a general store with a restaurant attached to it that serves an excellent $65 per person tasting menu.
The Rusty Nail in Cape May has good drinks, solid barbecue, and a big sandlot with a fire pit in the middle.
H&H is really just a shack on the side of the road in Cape May with a big deck where you can get fresh, steamed seafood caught that day.
Quahog’s is half seafood restaurant, and half take-out taco shack. You should make room in your summer for both halves.
The Diving Horse is a BYOB with a back patio in Avalon where you should have all your big group dinners in the summer.
Mike’s is a casual seafood shack with a huge deck on the bay in Sea Isle City.
The Crab Trap is a seafood restaurant in Somers Point that looks out over the bay and almost always has a significant wait.
Smitty’s usually has about an hour wait, but you’ll want to stick it out for the super fresh seafood that comes straight from the bay.
It’s nearly impossible to get into Steve & Cookie’s, but if you can it’s one of the best places to eat down the shore.
Tomatoes is a staple in Margate for everything from a Happy Hour drink to a birthday dinner with a few friends.