Sometimes, it’s nice to remember that things like oceans really do exist. That’s where Marsh House comes in, with its multi-level towers spilling over with some of the finest fruits of the sea. All of the seafood here (oysters, shrimp, mussels, crab, arctic char, salmon, etc.) is flown in fresh daily so that you can practically taste the sweat from King Triton’s pecs. The atmosphere feels like a steakhouse—formal, classy, and not cheap (about $100 per person, with all the bells and whistles). But we suspect it’s all part of a bigger plan to lure locals away from all the beef and chicken around town.

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