Seafood Restaurant Deals in Minneapolis
Why You Should Go: When you’re hungry, one wouldn’t describe your mood as grumpy, or angry or even surly; the best word would be crabby. Satisfy all of your cravings with Italian-style seafood and more at Fallston Seafood. What You Should Taste: Start out with the Oysters on the Half Shell, Potato Skins topped with Crabmeat and Cheddar, and the Stuffed Mushrooms, then move on to mains like Chicken Chesapeake, Veal Francais, Pasta Primavera, Broiled Scallops and Stuffed Shrimp. What You Should Know: For over 20 years, the team at Fallston has been ruling the restaurant industry, specializing in fine and casual dining on locally caught seafood, prime steaks and Italian specialties. So don’t get crabby – be crabby.
Why You Should Go: One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish. Any way you like it, there's no denying that seafood both tastes great and is great for you. Get it grilled, seared, fried, tartared, or however you like it at Devon Seafood Grill, an upscale spot near Northside. Why You’ll Love It: At this sophisticseared, ated spot, you’ll taste premium seafood from quality fishmongers, water men, ranchers and artisan producers. They aim to source clean, seasonal, fair trade and local ingredients of the highest quality, so that each bite is healthy and fresh. What to Eat: Whet your appetite with sautéed shrimp scampi, lobster tamales, or roasted duck flatbread with fig BBQ sauce. For the main event, there are six steak combos and eleven types of fresh grilled fish (like king salmon, swordfish and sea scallops) served with sides like grilled asparagus, lobster man n’ cheese, and roasted cauliflower with bacon jam.
The Fine Print
Limit 2 per customer, up to 3 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • Valid only for dine-in • Excludes happy hour • Excludes alcohol • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Combine live mariachis, karaoke, and specialty Mexican coastal cuisines, and you've got St. Paul's brand-new version of Acapulco, right on Plato Boulevard: • $17 ($35 value) for a prix-fixe meal • Includes an empanada appetizer for two and two meat entrées • Delight in savory carne asada, cochinito pibil, mole, and more Unique, Delicious Dishes Where else can you find a halved pineapple filled with shrimp, crab, squid, bacon, cheese, and even more pineapple? These regional plates are fun and tasty, and there's plenty of non-seafood fare to try as well -- try a meal featuring grilled meats like steak, beef ribs, and chorizo. Las Sirenas Seafood Lounge and Michelada Bar's Website | Facebook