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Upscale but casual Italian-American sibling to Patrick & James.
CLOSED. Suburban clone of Texas Cajun seafood chain; long waits for tasty fare.
Suburban seafood restaurant with swanky ocean decor, fresh fish.
Oyster bar that urges you to "dive into a new experience."
Upscale Italian/Mediterranean restaurant in the Raffaello Hotel.
Tony Priolo branches into River North with this fish- and pastacentric restaurant; Todd Stein (MK, Cibo Matto, the Florentine) is the executive chef.
Hotel seafood restaurant with fresh fare and an inviting outdoor patio.
Raw oysters and lots of other cooked seafood in casual Wrigleyville setting.
Sushi and seafood joint from the folks behind Oodles of Noodles.
Casual cafe downstairs (and down-market) from Navy Pier's pricey seafood restaurant.
Warm, rustic decor, but it's live-fire grilling that sets this place apart from its neighbors in Greektown.
Second location of this fresh-seafood purveyor (the other one's in Wilmette).
Retro-style seafood place from Lettuce Entertain You.
Siena Tavern
Italian-inspired taverna from the group behind Bull & Bear and Public House; the consulting chef is Fabio Viviani, a former Top Chef contestant.
Snappy's Shrimp House
"Know the difference, taste the difference," is the motto at Snappy's Shrimp House, the difference being that Snappy's serves only Gulf shrimp, not the flavorless, dinky farm-raised kind. Items are sold by weight, a la carte; add $2.50, and you get fries, coleslaw, and a soda. The only bad news is that a quarter pound of shrimp is only four shrimp. Still, they're nice and big, and I actually found myself peeling off the breading so I could enjoy the simple, sweet taste and seafood snap of the shrimp themselves. And since everything was cheap, my dining companions and I really went for it and also got a quarter pound of the fried catfish strips ($2.50), a quarter pound of the fish chips ($2.25—and really, they were more like fish nuggets), a side of clam strips ($2.25), and an order of hush puppies (ten for $2, and they come with honey butter). We're all former Floridians, and none of us was overwhelmed—we're spoiled when it comes to freshly caught fish—but we agreed that here you'll find perfectly enjoyable fried foods at a good price.
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