Best Las Vegas Seafood Restaurants

If you are a lover of seafood, Las Vegas won’t disappoint with the endless range of options to choose from! From classic seafood dishes to unique seafood creations with a twist, your taste-buds are in for an over-sensory treat on your next trip to Las Vegas.

So that you can maximize your time enjoying all that Las Vegas has to offer, we’ve gone ahead and compiled our list of nine Las Vegas seafood restaurants, in no particular order, that you and your taste-buds don’t want to miss out on.


Lakeside at Wynn ($$$$)

With fresh seafood shipped daily from Maui, Lakeside at Wynn is a turf to surf culinary experience for the books! Crowd favorites include their wood-oven roasted lobsters and oyster happy hour. As an added bonus, they have an exquisite water and lights show in the outdoor dining area for side entertainment.


Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab ($$$)

Located at Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace, this upscale Las Vegas seafood restaurant boasts hospitality that nearly surpasses their top-notch menu offerings.  While it’s impossible to choose wrong, the spinach stuffed mushrooms and grilled seafood platters are too good to pass up. A favorite amongst tourists and locals alike, you’ll want to make sure you book in advance and take advantage of their private dining room options.


Seafood Shack ($$)

A nautical-themed restaurant that is well suited for the over-arching theme at Treasure Island, the Seafood Shack is a budget-friendly Las Vegas seafood experience that even the big spenders can’t resist. Offering East Coast classics such as lobsters from Maine and sourdough bowl clam-chowder, your seafood cravings are sure to be pleased and pair well with the reasonably priced cocktails from the restaurant’s Mojito Bar.


Big Al’s Oyster Bar ($$)

If you’re after huge seafood servings with explosive flavors in every dish, Big Al’s Oyster Bar at the New Orleans Hotel is the obvious choice. It’s a cozy place to indulge in oysters and other Cajun-Creole delicacies.


Costa Di Mare ($$$$)

While it’s the second on this list from the Wynn Las Vegas, we couldn’t resist putting it on here. This Mediterranean themed restaurant is the perfect posh place to indulge in your seafood cravings. The menu is ever-changing, with chef Mark LoRusso creating it nightly based off of the fresh ingredients he has, so no two dining experiences here are the same. To enhance the experience further, reserve a table in the outdoor private cabanas that overlook the restaurant’s lagoon.


Mercato Della Pescheria ($$)

Transporting diners to feel as if they are dining in St. Mark’s Square, Mercato Della Pescheria at the Venetian is a place that once you go, you’ll never want to eat anywhere else again. Boasting market style dishes where the aroma from the crudo raw station is guaranteed to make your taste-buds water, you’ll also be treated to a lively atmosphere, live music and a fantastic happy hour.


Other Mama ($$)

Other Mama is a favorite amongst Vegas locals and worth adventuring off the Strip for. Serving seafood with a twist, top choices include the ceviche of octopus, white fish with habanero and French toast with caviar, all of which are served with seasonal cocktails. Don’t be deceived by the basic strip mall location, Other Mama really is one of the best kept secrets in Las Vegas!


Gordon Ramsey Fish and Chips ($$)

Yes, it’s true. You can eat at a Gordon Ramsey named restaurant in Las Vegas and not have to pay a fortune. This British-themed counter-served Las Vegas seafood restaurant at the LINQ Hotel offers high-quality dining for a fraction of the price. The only catch is that there is limited seating, so be prepared to eat out in a public setting; but it’s a risk worth taking, as they do classic beer battered fish better than anyone else in all the West Coast.


Carnival World Buffet ($$-$$$)

No trip to Las Vegas is complete without at least one all-you-can-eat buffet experience. So why not satisfy your seafood cravings at the same time?  Patrons pay one flat-fee and in return they are entitled to as many crab legs, lobster, sushi, shrimp and other seafood delicacies as their hearts desire.  It’s certainly one of the best seafood dining deals in all of Las Vegas.


Take advantage of these world-class seafood culinary experiences and treat your taste-buds in Las Vegas!

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