Below is a list of the top and leading Seafood Restaurants in St. Louis. To help you find the best Seafood Restaurants located near you in St. Louis, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
St. Louis’ Best Seafood Restaurants:
The top rated Seafood Restaurants in St. Louis, MO are:
- Broadway Oyster Bar – is a locally run and managed establishment
- Krab Kingz Seafood – provides the best of the boil
- Bait – is now providing limited dining room seating by reservation only
- Peacemaker Lobster & Crab – raw bar features a rotating selection of fresh oysters
- Hook & Reel Cajun Seafood & Bar – was started in the South
Broadway Oyster Bar
Broadway Oyster Bar is a locally run and managed establishment and has been for over 35 years. It is widely reputed as the premier New Orleans’ style restaurant, music venue, and bar in the Midwest. Its food has won many awards and readers’ polls for excellence and features some of the most maintainable seafood available.
Their Cajun and Creole dishes are their versions of many of the traditional Louisiana favorites. Broadway Oyster Bar has been mentioned by many as a staple of St. Louis and was recently honored by the St. Louis Chapter of the Missouri Restaurant Association as the 2015 Restaurant of the Year.
Menus, Reservations, Parties, Catering
“Best place to eat in St. Louis. The atmosphere is very cool to experience. Shrimp and grits were awesome!” – Bobbie S.
Krab Kingz Seafood
Krab Kingz Seafood provides the best of the boil. Comprising shrimp, crab, and lobster tails. They trench the bag and flavor your platter in your choice of butta flavor. Every platter is customizable by adding additional items of your choosing and mix n matching flavors. They now provide a fried side to their original boil.
Find them just south of Webster University and I-44 on Watson Road. Krab Kingz Seafood is not far from Kenrick Plaza and Blackburn Park. Order online for carryout or delivery at krabkingzstl.com.
Menu, Order Online, Dine-In
“The service was great. The people were nice, and the food was delicious. I would recommend this place to anyone wanting seafood locally!” – Ashley D.
Bait is now providing limited dining room seating by reservation only. Enjoy the outdoor patio as seating is first available. They also provide online orders for curbside pick-up. The current hours are 4 pm-10 pm. Enable them to host your next event in their private event space. They can accommodate small and large groups.
Let them host your guests. Bait’s private room allows for groups of 20-30 to have plenty of space to move around. Perfect for mementos celebrations. Celebrate your engagement, wedding, bridal shower, or retirement with Bait. They will give the perfect setting for your special event.
Menu, Reservation, Private Dining
“Great find! Excellent seafood and service and awesome dining environment. Could use a few more higher-end options on the wine menu.” – Chris B.
Peacemaker Lobster & Crab
Peacemaker Lobster & Crab‘s catch is flown in daily to bring fresh coastal seafood to each of their locations. Inspired by the Acadians of the Northeast and Gulf coasts, Chef Kevin Nashan provides playful new dishes like lobster Frito pie and a buffalo crawfish poorboy alongside coastal classics like lobster steamers, rolls, and boils, chowder, gumbo, and seasonal pies.
Its raw bar features a rotating selection of fresh oysters from the Gulf and the Atlantic ocean, peel and eats shrimp and a Crudo of the day. In their large bar area, sip on classic cocktails like the dark and stormy or Sazerac, along with spiked slushies.
Menu, Drinks, Gift Cards
“Ever since I heard about lobster rolls I have wanted to try one. A friend recommended Peacemaker Lobster and Crab, and it exceeded my expectations! I enjoyed every bite of my salad and my lobster roll. The house-made chips were just okay. The price tag was what you would expect to pay for fresh lobster. I will definitely head back to Soulard for another lobster roll in the future!” – Lisa M.
Hook & Reel Cajun Seafood & Bar
Hook & Reel Cajun Seafood & Bar was started in the South where a treat means getting untidy with friends, the seafood boil has been bringing individuals together for ages. Their signature boil forks over bold flavors with a real, down-home feel. All feel better elbow-to-elbow with friends, exchanging stories over music, getting down and dirty, and eating with your hands, all with a cold drink at the ready because that spice ain’t no joke.
They set out to share the saucy spirit of the boil with people everywhere, testing their very own recipes, inspired by fiery Cajun home cooking.
Menu, Order Online, Franchise
“Came close to closing time so we could only get takeout, very friendly staff, and great seafood! I will be back for sure.” – Samira
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