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Reel in fresh from the sea flavor with our local eateries’ seafood options in Dublin, GA.

Take Two

Combine the best of take-out and dine in at East Dublin Seafood, where they dish up all the hot eats in their restaurant and serve it with a side of fresh fish market in the same building! Located in East Dublin just three minutes from downtown Dublin, East Dublin Seafood serves everything hot and cooked to order. Local tip: Order Patrick’s Platter for Two for a taste of all their offerings!

Let’s Get Crackin’

Shells Seafood of Dublin is Dublin GA’s newest restaurant, and their seaworthy reputation has us hooked. Offering a wide variety of seafood favorites like hearty low country crab boils, mussels, and gator bites, Shell’s also slings the best margaritas. Snag a drink at the bar with friends and toast to a night of seafood delight!

Sky’s the Limit

Known for their specialty jumbo crab cakes in Downtown Dublin, Saltwater Fishery combines a partnership with local farmers and a creative chef to cook up masterful seafood combinations like their scoured whole flounder with peach chutney. Sail away upstairs to their rooftop Flybridge bar and lounge for specialty drinks, a refined menu, and outdoor scenery complete with live music.

On the Half Shell

Awwww shucks! You won’t shy away from Company Supply‘s selection of plump oysters shucked fresh to order or grilled and topped with tantalizing flavors like jalapeño and blue cheese. Their award winning menu selections include local favs like pork & crawfish grillades, salmon Pontchartrain, and catfish perdu. With craft beer on tap, live music on hand, and saltines at the ready, Company Supply will whisk your tastebuds away to the bayou.

Reel Catches

Just Mike’s Seafood nets the classically crispy crunchy, irresistible lure of fried calamari, fish & shrimp with a “come as you are” vibe. Offering selections that also please the landlubbers, Just Mike’s Seafood has a bounty of tasty treasures that will have you on island time.

Buried Treasure

We’re cracking open one of Dublin’s best kept secrets: Jack’s On The River. Earning high praise from locals for decades, Jack’s is tucked along the banks of the Oconee River. Serving up a variety of fish, all the sides, steaks, this humble eatery is the captain of Dublin seafood. Dive on in for Jack’s Quail plates, crab legs, or their famous potato thins. Local tip: We’ll repeat it: Get the potato thins!

Photo: Saltwater Fishery’s scored flounder with peach chutney as captured by Kamala Gladle