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10 Seafood Restaurants In St Louis, Missouri

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River City, Rome of the West, The Gateway City, The Gateway to the West - St. Louis in Missouri has a vibe archetypal of the Great Plains in the US, while also being its largest city. St. Louis has a rich history, with a cultural fabric that includes all that is typically USA - jazz and blues music, performing arts, baseball, bowling, and beer - and has been home to numerous music legends too. Much of St. Louis’ history, culture, and fame is linked to the Mississippi River, that flows along the city’s eastern borders, and also the delectable, lip-smacking seafood. Read on to know about the best seafood restaurants in St. Louis, Missouri, where you can gorge on some amazing seafood dishes.

1. Peacemaker Lobster & Crab Co.

Posted by Peacemaker Lobster & Crab Co. on Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Peacemaker Lobster & Crab Co. might be a spin on the typical East Coast-style seafood shacks, but there’s nothing shack-like about the trendy digs or the food, which brings the taste of the coast. Iconic, must-eat dishes include lobster roll Maine-style (cold mayo) or Connecticut style (hot butter) and overflowing baskets of blue crabs, lobster, and plump shrimp crusted in Old Bay seasoning and accompanied by Brussels sprouts, andouille, and potatoes.

Peacemaker Lobster & Crab Co.

Address: 1831 Sidney St, St. Louis, MO 63104

Opening hours: Monday-Thursday 11am–2pm, 4:30pm–9pm, Friday 11am–2pm, 4:30pm–10:30pm, Saturday 4:30pm–10:30pm, Sunday 1:30–8:30pm

Average price for two: USD 14-30

Website: Peacemaker Lobster & Crab Co.

2. Pop's Steak, Fish & Chicken

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Posted by POP'S steak fish & chicken - south grand on Friday, 8 July 2016

Pop’s Steak, Fish, & Chicken is a local favorite. The restaurant uses a specific seasoning, endearingly called ‘Lemon Pepper Crack’ by the locals around, which adds the perfect flavor to their dishes. Some of the house favorites are crunchy fish, gyros, and fried chicken wings with fried okra. More than just a hole in the wall food establishment, pop’s Steak, Fish & Chicken is one seafood place in St. Louis where you shouldn’t miss eating.

Pop's Steak, Fish & Chicken

Address: 3651 S Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63118

Opening hours: Monday-Thursday 10am–11pm, 4:30pm–9pm, Friday-Saturday 10am–12am, Sunday 11am–10pm

Average price for two: USD 6-10

Website: Pop’s Steak, Fish & Chicken

3. Lu Lu Seafood & Dim Sum

Posted by LuLu Seafood & Dim Sum on Tuesday, 29 January 2019

Dim sum newbies and seafood aficionados will find themselves drowning in the delectable array of carts of food coming their way at Lu Lu. The best food to enjoy here is divided into a range of categories, but all-time favorites and highlights include shrimp, scallops, and lobster dishes such as Edamame & Spicy, Sweet & Sour, and Salt and Pepper Shrimp dishes, Salt & Pepper Calamari, and more.

Lu Lu Seafood & Dim Sum

Address: 8224 Olive Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63132

Opening hours: Monday-Thursday 11am-9:30pm, Friday-Saturday 11am-10pm, Sunday 10:30am-9:30pm

Average price for two: USD 15-30

Website: Lu Lu Seafood & Dim Sum

4. Broadway Oyster Bar

Posted by Broadway Oyster Bar on Sunday, 20 January 2019

Bringing the experience of New Orleans to St. Louis is the Broadway Oyster Bar, with its amazing seafood, live music, and a heady dining atmosphere and ambiance. Its Creole and Cajun dishes are versions of many traditional Louisiana favorites. Don’t forget to try the Char-Grilled Oysters, Louisiana Fried Alligator, Nola Style Barbecue Shrimp, as well as their Oysters Cardinale and BBQ Oysters for USD 13.99 each. Enjoy live music on Thursday nights.

Broadway Oyster Bar

Address: 736 S Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102

Opening hours: All days 11am-3am

Average price for two: USD 11-30

Website: Broadway Oyster Bar

5. Captain D's Seafood Kitchen

Posted by Captain D's on Monday, 11 February 2019

If you want fast food seafood that is cheap, quick, and good, then Captain D’s is where you should be. With a super fresh menu, Captain D’s has a historic seafood tradition for providing quality seafood at affordable prices. Some of the customer favorites include cheesy Hush Puppies, Surf & Turf, Stuffed Crab, Clam Strips, and the two-piece Catfish. The restaurant also has the option of a healthier food menu for those who want to watch what they eat.

Captain D's

Address: 736 S Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102

Opening hours: Sunday-Thursday 10:30am-10pm, Friday-Saturday 10:30am-11pm

Average price for two: USD 8-12

Website: Captain D’s

6. Scape American Bistro

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Posted by scape on Monday, 15 January 2018

An eclectic blend of contemporary and classic American cuisine with a wide-ranging selection of seafood dishes is what you can enjoy at Scape American bistro. Must-try dishes include the sashimi bar, Virginia sea bass, Alaskan halibut, swordfish, tuna, scallops, crab cakes, mussels, and caviar. Don’t forget to try the dayboat special which is the chef’s special spin on the freshest catch of the day and can be found on Scape’s Twitter and website.

Scape American Bistro

Address: 48 Maryland Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63108

Opening hours: Tuesday-Thursday 5pm–10pm, Friday 5pm–11pm, Saturday 10am–2:30pm, 5pm–11pm, Sunday 10am–2:30pm, Monday closed

Average price for two: USD 31-60

Website: Scape American Bistro

7. Landry's Seafood House

Posted by Landry's Seafood House on Tuesday, 20 November 2018

Landry’s seafood house is located at Union Station in downtown St. Louis, its huge windows offering patrons stunning glimpses of the Mississippi River. Landry’s brings to St. Louis the true flavor of Gulf Coast tradition, which is all about familial warmth and extraordinary seafood in the form of an unforgettable dining experience. House specialties include entrees such as Chilean sea bass, snapper, and swordfish, with appetizers in the form of mussels, oysters, and shrimp cocktail. For the undecided, Landry’s ‘combo’ platters are perfect.

Landry's Seafood House

Address: 1820 North Market Street # 350 Union Station, St. Louis, MO 63103

Opening hours: Sunday-Thursday 11am–9pm, Friday-Saturday 11am–11pm

Average price for two: USD 15-40

Website: Landry’s Seafood House

8. Wei Hong Seafood Restaurant

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Smack dab in the middle of University City’s Chinatown is Wei Hong, an opulent place straight out of an Oriental nightclub from a 1940’s musical, serving a wide range of delectable Cantonese-style fare and specializing in, as the name suggests, seafood. Don’t forget to try steamed whole mandarin bass, crab with ginger, and salt-and-pepper soft-shell crab, apart from house favorites - dim sum and Peking-style duck. Desserts are a dream here - think water chestnut cake with coconut, mango pudding, and egg-custard tart.

Wei Hong Seafood Restaurant

Address: 1820 North Market Street # 350 Union Station, St. Louis, MO 63103

Opening hours: Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 11am–9:30pm, Friday-Saturday 11am–10pm, Tuesday closed.

Average price for two: USD 11-30

Website: Wei Hong Seafood Restaurant

9. Kreis' Steakhouse & Bar

Posted by Kreis' Restaurant on Wednesday, 16 January 2019

Kreis has seen generations of St. Louisans enjoy many a meal here amidst an atmosphere of soft lighting on strictly dark wood. This timeless, opulent, and extremely satisfying steakhouse is also a great seafood place for seafood lovers. Specialties include a wide array of appetizers like garlic shrimp, crab cakes, bacon-wrapped scallops, and ahi tuna, followed by a host of seafood platter entrees. Enjoy refreshingly affordable wines on the side.

Kreis' Steakhouse & Bar

Address: 535 S Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63131

Opening hours: Monday-Friday 5pm–10pm, Saturday 5pm–10:30pm, Sunday 4:30pm–9pm

Average price for two: USD 31-50

Website: Kreis’ Steakhouse & Bar

10. Drunken Fish

Posted by Drunken Fish on Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Drunken Fish’ sushi has been voted ‘best sushi’ in St. Louis! The restaurant has a wide-ranging selection of exquisite and sensational sushi and an extensive drink menu with exotic and eclectic cocktails and martinis. Drunken Fish’ menu features 20 varieties of seafood and fish, as well as 14 unique mouthwatering rolls and 16 signature cocktails. Patrons can enjoy dining in Drunken Fish’ comfortable setting and vibrant modern décor.

Drunken Fish

Address: 535 S Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63131

Opening hours: Sunday/Tuesday/Wednesday 11am–10pm, Thursday 11am–11pm, Friday/Saturday/Monday 11am–12am

Average price for two: USD 15-40

Website: Drunken Fish

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Clearly, seafood is something that is lovingly cherished, cooked, and eaten in St. Louis. Give these amazing seafood restaurants a try the next time you’re in this River City and give your taste buds a real treat!

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