Where to Celebrate National Seafood Month in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia, PA - Celebrate National Seafood MonthCelebrate National Seafood Month with indulgent brunches, lunches, and dinners at some of the hottest Philly restaurants. Throughout the month of October, enjoy seafood-centric meals at Ocean Prime, Royal Boucherie, Fond, Forsythia, and Oloroso.


Philadelphia Seafood Restaurants

Ocean Prime, one of Center City’s most beautiful steakhouses and seafood restaurants, offers seafood lovers endless options from their decadent menu. Guests can enjoy sushi with raw or cooked fish, a wide variety of fish-centric dishes such as Jumbo Lump Crab Cake ($20), King Salmon ($49), and Sea Scallops ($40), or options from the raw bar including Dutch Harbor King Crab Legs ($33), Chilled Whole Maine Lobster ($32), and Oysters on the Half Shell ($21). 124 South 15ht St | 215.563.0163 | https://www.ocean-prime.com/locations-menus/philadelphia

Royal Boucherie, the Old City American Brasserie from award-winning Chef Nicholas Elmi, offers an over-the-top seafood tower that guests can indulge in. Call the Royal Plateau ($95), and this three-layer seafood tower includes oysters, jumbo shrimp, lobster, tuna, octopus, and scallops. For those looking for a daintier option, the raw bar offers smaller servings of oysters, lobsters, tuna, shrimp, scallops, and snow crab.52 South 2nd Street | 267.606.6313 | https://www.royalboucherie.com

Fond, the contemporary American restaurant and bar on East Passyunk, offers dinner guests delicious seafood options such as Scallops ($34) with a paella cake, chorizo, braised fennel, and smoked paprika aioli and Salmon ($33) with asparagus lemon risotto, spring onion, and saffron sauce. When it comes time for brunch, guests can enjoy dishes such as a Crab Salad ($18), Crudo du Jour ($14), or a Crab Omelet ($15). 1527 South 11th St | 215.551.5000 | https://www.fondphilly.com

Forsythia, the newly opened restaurant in Old City from renewed Chef Christopher Kearse, highlights the best of each ingredient in their dishes. Options include the Tuna Collar Amandine ($30) with Fresno chili, hearts of palm, and ponzu, Mussels Escabeche ($13) with pickled uni, garlic flowers, and smoked paprika, and Manilla Clams ($17) with Champagne, Andouille, and leeks. 233 Chestnut St | 215.644.9395 | https://www.forsythiaphilly.com

Oloroso, the Spanish tapas restaurant sherry bar from Chef Townsend Wentz, offers guests a wide variety of authentic seafood tapas options perfect for sharing. Guests can enjoy Boquerones ($9), Gambas Al Ajillo ($15), Pulpo Oloroso ($17), Roasted Sea Scallops ($28), Paella Oloroso ($44), and more. 1121 Walnut St | 267.324.3014 | https://www.olorosophl.com


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