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Are These the Best Seafood Restaurants in America?

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The Walrus & the Carpenter, Seattle.
The Walrus & the Carpenter, Seattle.
Photo: The Walrus & the Carpenter

Are these the best seafood restaurants in the US? Sure why not, says travel and leisure magazine Travel + Leisure. From the buzzy (The Walrus & the Carpenter in Seattle) to the Michelin starred (Le Bernardin) to a Maine clam shack (The Clam Shack in Kennebunkport), the list covers all kinds of bases. Or does it? Air your inevitable grievances in the comments below.

Travel + Leisure's Best Seafood Restaurants in the U.S.

GT Fish & Oyster, Chicago
Mama's Fish House, Maui
Hogfish Bar & Grill, Stock Island, Florida
Le Bernardin, New York City
Red Fish Grill, New Orleans
Cantler's Riverside Inn, Annapolis, Maryland
Uchi + Uchiko, Austin, Texas
The Walrus and the Carpenter, Seattle
The Optimist, Atlanta
Son of a Gun, Los Angeles
Reef, Houston
RM Seafood, Las Vegas
The Clam Shack, Kennebunkport, Maine
Star Fish Company, Cortez, Florida
Jake's Famous Crawfish, Portland, OR
Casamento's, New Orleans
Marshall Store, Tomales Bay, California
DC Coast, Washington, D.C.
Little Fish BYOB, Philadelphia
Anchor & Hope, San Francisco
Garcia's Seafood Grille & Fish Market, Miami
Dave's Carry-Out, Charleston, South Carolina
Straight Wharf Restaurant, Nantucket, Massachusetts
Water Grill, Los Angeles
Maison Premiere, New York City
Neptune Oyster, Boston
Coastal Cold Storage, Petersburg, Alaska
Sea Change, Minneapolis
Dock's Oyster House, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar, Denver
Shaw's Fish and Lobster, New Harbor, Maine

· Best Seafood Restaurants in the U.S. [Travel + Leisure]
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