37 "Seafood" Restaurants in Boston.
Woods Hill is a restaurant in the Seaport. It’s named after a farm, so that should give you a pretty good idea of what to expect.
The Oyster Club is a perfectly adequate high-end seafood place downtown-ish.
North Square Oyster is a tiny bar in the North End. It's a great place to grab a beer and some oysters, skip everything else on the menu.
Puro Ceviche Bar is Latin tapas place, and it’s our favorite restaurant on Newbury Street.
James Hook Lobster is a seafood shack in the middle of Downtown Boston.
Lobstah On A Roll is a counter-service lobster roll spot in the South End.
Yankee Lobster is a seafood shack on the Seaport that makes a lobster roll you should probably try.
The Barking Crab is a mediocre seafood restaurant in the Seaport with a location that’s. . . very much not mediocre.
ReelHouse is a seafood place in East Boston with one of the best outdoor spaces in the city.
Cusser’s is the takeout window for Moon Bar and Mooncusser Fish House in Back Bay.
Atlantic Fish is a standard seafood restaurant in Back Bay where you can get some perfectly OK New England seafood.