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Fan Favorites: Wisconsin Seafood Restaurants
Last Updated: 7/26/2013
Whether it’s a tasty fish fry or a mouthwatering shellfish plate, you can’t go wrong with a great seafood restaurant. We asked our Facebook fans to weigh in on their favorite seafood spots around Wisconsin.
Here are a few of their favorites:
- Submitted by Omer D.
Salty’s may be famous for their fresh fish, but seafood lovers cannot get enough of their delectable appetizers. From their bacon wrapped Cajun shrimp to their stuffed mushroom caps with scallops, connoisseurs will be satisfied one way or another!
Seafood with a view! Escape the city and head out to beautiful Mirror Lake State Park where the Ishnala Supper Club gives guests a peacefully delicious dining experience. Try their Fisherman’s Platter, which includes mouthwatering lobster, scallops, shrimp and salmon.
- Submitted by Denise S.
Calling all lobster lovers, Mariner’s Inn features lobster broils every month in the summer and fall! Indulge in the freshest seafood while enjoying live music on their open patio every Saturday evening.
- Submitted by Antonija M
The Harbor House has a variety of seafood dishes, from fresh shellfish to flavorful freshwater catches. Their most famous dishes include a crisp striped bass and a delicious Asian-inspired tuna steak.
Shrimp nachos, grilled pineapple and Mahi, seafood pasta… you get the idea. At Captain Bills, seafood meets innovation and the result is tasty. Try their seafood brunch, featuring a savory crab cake benedict!
These are just a few favorite seafood restaurants. You can find many more Wisconsin restaurants on TravelWisconsin.com.This entry was posted in Dining