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  • Raw bar features oysters from around the world. The menu includes lobster rolls, roasted fish, jumbo lump crab cakes and more, as well as a nice selection of wines and beer.
  • 2. Lestardos Crab House

    Steamed crabs include blues, Dungeness, Alaskan king and snow crab. Diners rave over the spicy seasoning, the dipping sauce and the friendly, fun service.
  • 3. Pizzeria Maki

  • 4. Feby’s Fishery

    Serving fresh, seasonal seafood in a comfortable, casual setting for more than 40 years. Its seafood market next door allows Feby's to offer 15 varieties of fin fish, all shellfish and daily fresh selections.
  • From the moment you pick up the phone to call an order in to Kathy’s, you’re bound to feel right at home. A family-run business since 1982, this Delaware City spot prides itself on made-to-order hearty meals and top-notch service.
  • 6. Gus’s Crab Shack

  • Updated seafood restaurant with elegant/casual dining in a historic 1800s setting.
  • Dive into fresh seafood, hand-cut steaks, savory pasta dishes and crisp salads, all at reasonable prices.
  • 10. Banks’Seafood Kitchen

    Globally influenced seafood with a local twist. Enjoy wines, craft beers and cocktails on the waterfront.
  • 11. Tonic Steak and Seafood

  • 12. Bonefish Grill

  • If there’s a mythical place for crab aficionados, this is it. Rising like a mirage from the surrounding farmland and marshes, Boondocks is prized for its crabs and its porch, one of three rooms that together can accommodate 400 people. Boondocks is famous for its Pig Out: typically six crabs, shrimp, chicken wing, fries and Read more...
  • The focus is steak and seafood: Broiled crab cakes, stuffed shrimp and butter-brushed lobster tail are offered alongside a selection of steaks and sauces such as bordelaise, béarnaise, hollandaise and more.
  • 15. Old Mill Crab House

    The restaurant is known for its steam pots and mini feasts, which each has a dedicated section on the menu. The Crab Daddy steam pot comes with three blue crabs, a pound of little neck clams, a half-pound of steamed shrimp, potatoes, corn and a dusting of Old Bay. The list of libations is impressive. Read more...
  • 16. Sambo’s Tavern

    Sambo’s is not just a crab house. It’s a tradition, a legacy and an icon all rolled up into one little building on the Leipsic River. Snag a seat by one of the windows in the back room for views of the river and dock, where the watermen tie up with the day’s bounty.
  • 17. Countrie Eatery

    A charming farmhouse atmosphere, plates piled high with a hearty breakfast, lunch or dinner.
  • The colorful, contemporary dining room, open kitchen and fresh approach made Cool Springs an instant hit. Cool Springs’ fare is approachable and fun, from subtle seafood bisque to classic stuffed flounder to swordfish in crispy Parmesan crust and grilled tuna with a ginger reduction.