From a small wholesale market to a sprawling suburban seafood emporium
The fish counter at the Evanston Center Jewel has got you covered.
Billy Lawless’s new seafood-focused restaurant is intoxicating.
The Minneapolis import stays afloat when it keep things simple.
Aimee Levitt reviews Oyster Bah, Lettuce Entertain You’s crowd-pleasing New England-style seafood shack.
The NYC minichain brings a Taste of Maine to Chicago.
Supreme Lobster, the country’s largest seafood distributor, opens the fish market for the new millennium in the western suburbs.
A new, dark Peruvian place from the folks behind Ay Ay Picante
Fast-casual fish high above Millennium Park
Challenged to create a dish with shiokara, River Roast chef John Hogan makes a foam with the fermented squid guts.
The Spanish-focused seafood spot is a testament to virtuous simplicity.
Evanston’s Boltwood is unpredictable—and that’s not a complaint
Edgewater’s Herb wants to “redefine” Thai
At Más, a new Mexican spot in West Loop, more isn’t better.
New Asia, a Vietnamese restaurant on the far-west side of Lincoln Square, has a secret weapon: freshly slaughtered chickens.