12 "Seafood" Restaurants in Philadelphia.
As long as you’re prepared to spend a lot, go to Barclay Prime for the best steaks in Philly.
Aether is a seafood restaurant in Fishtown that has a solid raw bar and wine list.
Ocean Prime is a steakhouse near City Hall with a massive bar that’s good for meeting coworkers or other business-related humans.
Pearl’s is an oyster bar and brunch spot in Reading Terminal Market that’s never super crowded.
Poi Dog is a fast-casual Hawaiian spot in Rittenhouse with great meat and rice plates.
Little Fish is a BYOB in Queen Village that serves some of the best seafood in the city at a reasonable price.
Devon Seafood in Rittenhouse is exactly where you should go for a big event, or when you have a corporate card, to eat a lot of shellfish.
With a great rooftop and long list of rotating beers, Standard Tap in Northern Liberties is great for everything from Happy Hour to an office party.
The Olde Bar is a throwback bar and restaurant in Society Hill with classic drinks, oysters, and burgers.
Burg’s is a small bar in Point Breeze that serves lots of seafood.
Chickie’s and Pete’s is a sports bar in South Philly with a crab-heavy menu and lots of TVs.