Eight North Texas seafood restaurants to dive into.

North Texas still has great seafood offerings ready to lure you in with takeout and delivery services throughout the pandemic.

Oh, how things have changed in just a week here in Texas.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott has completely flipped the script, going from requiring everyone pretty much stay locked down to now allowing restaurants to reopen at 25% capacity.

Still, as counties across the state — including Dallas County — continue to report multiple days of new record high numbers of new cases this week, you’ll forgive us for still feeling a little skeptical that anyone should go anywhere right now.

What is it is not it means, however, that you can’t continue to enjoy some of Dallas’ best restaurants, many of which are still practicing safe social distancing with plenty of delivery and curbside delivery options.

By the way, how about some seafood tonight? While Dallas might not be the first city you think of when you think of classic seafood, the city offers a very unique range of seafood to our once-bustling Metroplex – many of which have made their better to adapt to the weather.

For example? Well, TJ’s Fresh Seafood Market & Grills was able to turn its parking lot into a curbside pickup location for its fish market, and even has different selections of caviar snack plates to momentarily make you forget that all of this is happening. Meanwhile, Hook Line & Sinker in Uptown has its full menu — including seasonal crawfish — ready to be served at its pickup window. And that’s just the beginning of what you can find across the city.

Although this is not an exhaustive list of all Dallas’ seafood spot is still pulling in customers right now, the curated list of some of the most mouth-watering below is a good place to start looking.

TJ’s Fresh Seafood Market & Grill

Rex Seafood and Market

hook line and sinker

Eddie V’s Best Seafood



seafood shack

Oceanaire Fine Dining Seafood

Flying fish

Cover photo via TJ’s Fresh Seafood Market & Grill Facebook page.

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