101 N. Hamilton St.
|Fresh seafood with inventive sauces. Menu changes seasonally, but expect monkfish, mahi-mahi, salmon, prawns, ahi tuna, lobster, scallops. Plus steak and veggie lasagna. |
|Captain Bill's, Middleton|
2701 Century Harbor Rd.
|The deck, with a view of Lake Mendota, is a draw for the fish and seafood-centric menu. Clam chowder, crabcakes, pan-fired walleye, coconut shrimp, plus steaks and a locavore pasta entree.|
|Joey's Seafood and Grill|
6602 Mineral Point Rd.
|Seafood from the straightforward (fish and chips) to the inventive (calamari tacos) with lots of fried options, oodles of shrimp variations, 12 dipping sauces, plus pasta, chicken and steak. All-you-can-eat fish fry on Tuesday; shrimp on Thursday.|
130 S. Pinckney St.
|New York-style steak house with a '30s club feel. Steaks are cut in-house and well-aged. Seafood's great too.|
|Las Islas Del Mar|
5696 Monona Dr.
|Mexican seafood from the area of Puerto Vallarta. There are several items on the menu for non-seafood-lovers.|
4502 East Towne Blvd.
|Wide range of seafood offerings, including mind-boggling combo plates. A ton of food, plus addictive cheesy biscuits. Also salads, soups, chicken, and steaks. |
712 S. Whitney Way
|Fresh seafood fried and ready to eat.|
|Tempest Oyster Bar|
120 E. Wilson St.
|Big seafood apps, like a tower of oysters, shrimp and clams, usher in a seafood-focused menu. Whitefish cakes, smoked fish platter, fruit de mer, sturgeon, and blue marlin are all worthy picks.|
|Tiki Shack and Crabhouse|
122 State St.
|Seafood and other tropically themed fare.