29 "Seafood" Restaurants in Chicago.
Hidden below Diversey, MFK is a great place for seafood and pretending you’re on the coast of Spain.
Fisk & Co. is a very good seafood-focused restaurant in the Loop’s Hotel Monaco.
Two Lights is a seafood-focused restaurant in Old Town that's good for drinks and a light bite.
Heritage Restaurant and Caviar Bar is a casual restaurant in Humboldt Park, with an extensive selection of caviar and fantastic Eastern European food.
Lowcountry is a cajun style seafood restaurant in Wrigley ideal for a casual and fun dinner. Wear a bib, eat with your hands, and get a little messy.
Eataly is full of tourists, but somethings they're worth fighting for quality fish at Il Pesce. It's a good option for seafood needs in River North.
Shaw’s is like the seafood version of a steakhouse. Come for a nicer dinner and order all the oyster, crab, and lobster.
Pearl Tavern is an oyster bar and restaurant in the Loop good for after-work drinks or a food.
Hugo’s is a classic and fancy seafood spot, and the fish counterpart to Gibsons’ steaks.
Cold Storage is seafood bar attached to a steakhouse. Post up at the bar for oysters and other fresh fish.
Glenn's Diner feels like a diner, but it specializes in simple seafood. They also have spaghetti and meatballs and a cereal bar. You'll like it.
Oyster Bah is a Chicago attempt at a New England seafood shack. It's solid, but not Maine.