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26 Of The Best Seafood Restaurants In Mobile Alabama

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In Mobile Alabama there are basically two locations the locals usually talk about when it comes to finding the best seafood restaurants.  Do you go downtown or the causeway? Maybe you head further South…

Many of the best seafood restaurants in Mobile Alabama are located downtown or on the causeway between Mobile and Spanish Fort, AL.  However, South toward Dauphin Island gives us some fantastic choices. This list will cover the downtown area, the causeway and all of Mobile county Alabama.

Fresh Seafood In Mobile Alabama

Just about every location of seafood restaurant in our area boast of having the freshest seafood around.  It’s kinda hard to NOT have fresh seafood around here…we’re right on the Gulf of Mexico.

It’s like saying “we have fresh apples” at a fruit stand that’s next to an apple orchard.

…you better! Is all I can say.

In this post, we will give you information about restaurants that specialize or their primary menu is seafood. Some may have land-lover options.

Here is a quick table showing the restaurant and the location in the Mobile, Alabama area. See details about each restaurant below this table.

List Of Restaurants And Where To Find Them

RestaurantLocationRestaurantLocation
BlueGill RestaurantCausewayHalf Shell OysterWest
Ed’s Seafood ShedCausewayKraversWest
Ralph And Kacoo’sCausewayCody SeafoodWest
Felix’s Fish CampCausewayMudbugsMidtown
R & R SeafoodCausewayNeighborsSouth
Wintzell’s Oyster HouseDowntownThe MarinerSouth
Chuck’s FishDowntownBaudean’sSouth
Shrimp BasketMidtown/OtherThe Pelican ReefSouth
Love’sMidtownThe LighthouseSouth
IslandersDauphin IslandCatalinaSouth
Pirate’s Bar & GrillDauphin IslandWaves DID. Island
Capt’n Snapper’s Dauphin IslandJT’s Sunset GrillD. Island
Beached CafeDauphin IslandCatfish JunctionNorth

Seafood Restaurants In Mobile AL On The Causeway

Let’s start off with the most obvious.

Here is a listing of seafood restaurants on the causeway between Spanish Fort and downtown Mobile.

BlueGill Restaurant

The BlueGill Restaurant is known for its fantastic Mobile Bay views while you are eating oysters prepared your way.  Along with live music, it’s hard to beat this location along the scenic route of the Mobile Bay causeway.

Open for lunch and dinner from 11am to 10pm everyday except Sunday, you can enjoy:

  • Appetizers
  • Po-Boys
  • Oysters
  • Gumbo
  • Crab & Corn Soup
  • Voodoo Shrimp & Slaw
  • Fried Green Tomatoes with Crawfish Royal tails and creamy herb sauce

Don’t forget the crab claws, beer battered onion rings, peel-and-eat chilled shrimp and BlueGill’s famous Fried Pickles.

The BlueGill has a constant stream of musical acts to entertain you during your meal.

Need to host a private party? No problem with one of nine locations onsite that they can accommodate any size group or party.  Inside or out.

Want to share your experience with others? Give them a gift card from BlueGill.

You can find BlueGill online at http://bluegillrestaurant.com, Facebook and Instagram.

Want to make a reservation? Just go to your OpenTable app and save your seat.

Contact BlueGill at 251-625-1998 or email them at billgill@bluegillrestaurant.com


Ed’s Seafood Shed

Located just East of the I-10 and Battleship Parkway junction, and high atop the pilings, is Ed’s Seafood Shed.

Live music, indoor and outdoor seating gives way to the outstanding Mobile Bay views looking South to  the Gulf of Mexico.

Ed’s Seafood Shed is open Monday through Thursday 11am to 9pm for lunch and dinner and 11am to 10pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Their menu features a southern classic Pimento Cheese and Crackers and three fried favorites – Southern Fried Green Tomatoes, Southern Fried Pickles and Southern Fried Okra.

They also serve up some fine soups and gumbo.  Crab Bisque is a local favorites for most Mobilians.

And of course, all the major seafood groups of food either fried or grilled.

Ed’s has daily specials throughout the week.

  • Mullet Mondays – Fresh Gulf Mullet with $2 domestic beer all day long.
  • Tuesday you can get $3 Margaritas all day and $2.50 Corona and Corona Light.
  • Shrimp Boil Specials are the rave on Wednesday with $3 House Wine.
  • Thursday $3 well drinks and Friday $4 frozen favorites with live music.
  • Saturday and Sunday get yourself a $4 Bloody Mary or a $3.50 Mimosas.  All Day Long!

Ed’s Seafood Shed is also available for private parties, weddings, business or corporate events.  Contact them at 251-625-1947.


Ralph And Kacoo’s

The first Ralph And Kacoo’s open in 1969 on False River over in Mississippi.  It became popular with visitors of the area’s fishing camps.

It soon spread to Louisiana, Texas and finally here in Mobile, AL.

Winning awards such as “The Best Cajun Seafood in Louisiana” and “Top 100 Places To Dine In America”, it’s no secret that visitors flock all over to try their tasty seafood.

The menu options range from soups, salads and sandwiches including a variety of Po-Boys and traditional Red Beans And Rice.

They also throw in a few steak and chicken options for the land lovers.

Getting a side dish is no problem at Ralph & Kacoo’s.  From Steamed fresh vegetables, asparagus, sautéed mushrooms and cole slaw.

Special Deals: Happy Hour 2pm to 6pm every Monday thru Friday with drink and appetizer specials.  Lunch specials start at $7.99 any Monday thru Friday starting at 11am and ending at 3pm.

The banquet room can handle guests from 30 to 200.  Just call 251-626-0045 to reserve your party or gathering.


Felix’s Fish Camp Restaurant

Also located on scenic Mobile Bay, Felix’s offers fantastic seafood with certified USDA steak for the land lovers.

Felix’s has an extensive old Mobile menu including favorites Shrimp Cocktail Constatine and West Indies Salad.

Oysters are the rave here.

From baked Felix, Rockefeller and Casino oysters to fresh shucked Gulf oysters on the half shell – you can’t go wrong with any oyster choice.

And get your touch of Louisiana with a huge, over-sized Po-Boy from shrimp, oyster, crawfish or grilled/fried fish.

It is suggested that you get a reservation by calling in at 251-626-6710 or use the OpenTable app.

If you have a big event upcoming, reserve one of seven special meeting places available at Felix’s Fish Camp.

  • Bay Watch – Seats up to 30
  • Alligator Watch – Seats up to 65
  • The Dame – Seats up to 8
  • The Wheel House – Seats up to 10
  • The Sleeping Porch – Seats up to 12
  • Captain’s Quarters – Seats up to 6
  • The Swamp Room – Seats up to 1,000

Felix’s also has live music events at the Boat House Bar.

Connect with Felix’s Fish Camp on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and Gift Cards are available on their website.


R & R Seafood

Come as you are and enjoy this casual and friendly dining experience where you get seafood prepared the down home southern way.

Try their gumbo, fried popcorn shrimp or steamed to perfection crawfish.

Started as a bait and tackle shop, R & R moved up to a seafood market and then started preparing seafood meals for takeout.

…until Katrina

Ray, the owner, then decided to come back as a restaurant and seafood market and has been supplying Mobilians and visitors with the finest seafood around since 1997.

Their menu includes some fine appetizers from gumbo to crab claws, smoked tuna dip to fried pickles.

Not only do they have a fantastic line up of seafood entrees, but some of the best Po-Boy sandwiches this side of New Orleans.

Check out their selection of cold beer with steamed by the pound royal reds, white shrimp or snow crab.

Oysters come on the half shell:

  • Ray
  • Parmesan
  • with Bacon
  • Cajun
  • or, Half and Half – you choose your two favorites

Add a little touch of BBQ with the generous side options that are available.

Don’t forget the desserts of:

  • Key Lime Pie
  • Bread Pudding
  • Chocolate Lava Cake
  • And you can add some ice cream for $1.99.

You can contact R & R Seafood at 251-621-8366 or connect with them on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Seafood Restaurants In Downtown Mobile AL

Wintzell’s Oyster House

Since 1938, Wintzell’s Oyster House has been a mainstay among the Mobile skyline.

Their motto of “steam, fried or nude” has welcomed locals and visitors from all over the country to their wisdom filled walls.

Located at 605 Dauphin Street, they are open seven days a week from 11am to 10pm and until 11pm on Friday & Saturday.

“All husband’s are alike, writes a woman, but they have different faces so you can tell them apart.”

Wintzell’s Wall Of Wisdom

Starting off with a great appetizer is a great idea at Wintzell’s.  Fried Green Tomatoes, Fried Pickles or a basket of those fine Crab Claws.

You can get your oysters either:

  • Ray on the half shell
  • Chargrilled – on an open flame
  • Rockefeller – baked to perfection for the spinach lover
  • Bienville – smothered with shrimp, crab meat and parmesan
  • Monterey – topped with jalapenos, smoked bacon and melted cheddar cheese
  • Carnival – crabmeat, spinach and hollandaise sauce
  • Or, a Sampler of four of your favorites from above

Along with the main seafood entrees available, grab a homemade soup or for those of you looking to eat light, choose a fabulous salad.

Of course every fine seafood restaurant has an outstanding selection of New Orleans Style Po-Boy sandwiches and Southern inspired desserts.

Catering and Group Events or welcome, so just call them at 251-432-4605 or connect on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Merchandise and gift cards can be purchased at their various locations or by calling Debbie or Marie at 251-438-4700.


Chuck’s Fish

With the insurgence of imported seafood, especially to Florida, Chuck’s Fish via their Gulf To Table® program source their restaurants with quality, fresh, inspected Gulf sourced seafood.

All of Chuck’s Fish seafood comes from their Harbor Docks wholesale supplier and restaurant.

They are located in Birmingham, AL, Mobile, AL, Tuscaloosa, AL and Athens, GA.

Starters or appetizers include seafood gumbo, fried clams or crispy oysters to name a few.

Enjoy a salad or sushi along with a cocktail before the main entrees from an extensive selection of seafood favorites like Gulf Fish Parmadine, Stuffed Shrimp or Fish Of The Day.

You can find Chuck’s Fish opened everyday except Sunday from 4pm to 10pm for dinner and open until 11pm on Friday & Saturday.

They have delivery via DoorDash and you can call in a reservation at 251-219-7051 or use your OpenTable app.

Seafood Restaurants In Midtown & West Mobile AL

Shrimp Basket

This is a very casual setting for lunch or dinner with multiple locations throughout the Southeast.  Seafood either fried, steamed or grilled and also an oyster bar.

The Shrimp Basket is normally open seven days a week from 10:30am to 9pm.  Contact your local restaurant to confirm openings especially relating to holidays.

Their specialties include fresh oysters on the half shell and Crab Cake Patties.  Fried crab claws and fried clam strips are favorites.

Soups, salads and of course, New Orleans style Po-Boy’s crammed pack with goodies.

Order a basket for those on the go or not that hungry or get a platter for the folks with a huge appetite.

Brunch is available at the Perdido, Orange Beach, Navarre, Panama City Beach, Destin or Gulfport locations.

Adult beverages are also available.

Visit their gift shop online or in store or get a gift card to give to friends, family or employees.

You can order online and pickup or have it delivered via Uber Eats at these locations:

Warrington in Pensacola, FLPensacola – Nine Mile Rd, FLPensacola – Davis Hwy
Pensacola Beach, FLMilton, FLFt. Walton Beach, FL
Destin, FLPanama City Beach, FLGulf Shores, AL
Orange Beach, FLFoley, ALTillman’s Corner, AL
Mobile, ALMontgomery, ALTuscaloosa, AL
Auburn, ALHomewood, ALIrondale, AL
Gardendale, ALCullman, ALGulfport, MS
Hattiesburg, MSRidgeland, MSColumbus, MS

Connect with The Shrimp Basket on Facebook or Instagram


Love’s Seafood

Located at 2959 Springhill Ave in Mobile, AL, Love’s is located in the Crighton area just East of I-65.

They are open from 10am to 8pm for lunch and dinner options every day except for Sunday.

Fish, shrimp and oysters plates with combination platters available.

They even have catfish strips and nuggets along with boiled shrimp, crab claws and soft shell crab.

You can call you order in and pick it up at 251-479-7947 or use DoorDash.com to order and have it delivered.

You can also connect with them on Facebook


Half Shell Oyster House

Starting out in Gulfport, MS, this award winning restaurant has accolades running out of their ears!

From Louisiana to Florida, you can find a Half Shell Oyster House to satisfy your seafood tooth.

Their specialty is of course “Oysters On The Half Shell” in a variety of options:

  • Sampler – Combo of three choices
  • Charbroiled
  • Orleans
  • Oysters On The Half Shell
  • Bienville
  • Rockefeller

Appetizers, Soups, Salads, Sides, Steak, Desserts and Po-Boys.  They have a gluten free lunch and dinner menu. Monthly specials and a beer selection.  Just check their website for offerings at the different locations.

You can visit most of their locations Sunday thru Saturday between 11am and 10pm for lunch and dinner and to 11pm on Friday and Saturday evenings.

Contact them online at their website or connect with them on Facebook or place a delivery order via the DoorDash app


Kravers Seafood Mobile AL

This is a small, out of the way seafood restaurant with some big time taste.

Located at 2368 Leroy Stevens Road in Mobile, you can find this place open everyday except Monday from 10:30am to 9pm serving lunch and dinner.  On Sundays they close up the store at 3pm.

Call them at 251-378-5175 for additional details.


Cody Seafood

Cody Seafood is a small storefront business with a very small presence online.

…Not a lot of info

But they rate a 4.6 out of 5 stars on Facebook, so there’s something to be said about them.

Anthony C says “If your looking for some great seafood, this is the place to go. We buy fried fish all the time. During crawfish season it don’t get any better.”

Anthony C. on Facebook

Brittany W. testifies that “Best seafood in mobile they always have fresh seafood and they never skimp about it lol”

Travis L. states that “Great food, and great service. Fast pace to visit. Easy to get in and out of parking lot.”

They are located at 65 North Cody Rd in Mobile, AL.  You can call them at 251-342-2688 (it’s said they are slow to answer…give them a minute).

Open every day of the week from 10am to 8pm for lunch or dinner.  They do close up shop early on Sundays at 7pm.

However, you can get you order sent to you via DoorDash if you live close enough.


Mudbugs Mobile AL

This is truly a family affair.

Located at the ‘Loop’ in Mobile, you can get your Cajun fix here.

There menu consists of just about anything seafood you want.  They fried up your order or steam the shrimp and crabs.

They have fish, shrimp, oyster, crab claw or crawfish plates.  Po-Boys, wings or Gumbo from a bowl to a gallon jug!

Seafood Market

Not only do they serve prepared seafood, they have a seafood market onsite.

If you just want to pick up the fresh seafood and cook it yourself, no problem…except if you want to call your order in…they do not allow that.  So, go ahead and hang up now.

Closed on Monday, but open from 11am to 7pm Tuesday thru Saturday and closed early on Sunday at 6pm.

Connect with them on Facebook

Seafood Restaurants In South Mobile AL

Neighbors Seafood & Chicken

Located in the Tillman’s Corner area, this menu may have some chicken items on it, but the seafood sure does take center stage.

From starters like gumbo and fried crab claws to seafood dinner’s and combo’s serving up shrimp, crab claws, oysters, crawfish and some good ole’ catfish.

Let’s not forget the tried and true New Orleans style Po-Boy’s with fried shrimp, oyster, catfish or flounder.  Or, maybe a grilled catfish Po-Boy for those of us that need a lighter touch.

You can call them for additional details at 251-661-1365, but don’t look for them on Facebook.  They’re not there…or at least I couldn’t find them.


The Mariner Restaurant

Located at the mouth of the Dog River on the South side where it meets Mobile Bay, sits a little restaurant with a big taste.

This place opens up at 5pm for dinner and closed up at 9pm every evening.  It does start up at 12pm noon every Sunday. Friday and Saturday they will stay open a little longer for the love birds till 10pm.

The menu consists of appetizers with a choice of hush puppies, fried onion rings or dill pickles and fried crab claws to name a few.

Soups and salads are available with the main entrees from dinners of crab claws, fried shrimp or boiled, fish or oysters.

You can visit them at 6036 Rock Point Rd in Mobile Alabama or call them at 251-443-7540.

They do have a website, but you’d get better info on their Facebook page in my opinion.


Baudean’s Seafood

This place has been a staple of the Dauphin Island and Theodore area for many years.

“I have stopped here and had lunch many times on my way to Dauphin Island.”

Timothy Haney

With an expansive seafood menu with choices for appetizers like fried mushrooms, fried green tomatoes (my personal favorite), fried green beans and oysters.

Soups and Salads of course to go along with their outstanding lunch and dinner menus.

A “Design Your Own” lunch platter with either shrimp, oysters, fish or crawfish and served up with your choice of fries or grits.

 Dinner seafood specialty options with shrimp, crabmeat, fish, oysters, crab claws, soft shell crab or specialty fish choices.

You can even get steamed platters of either royal reds, shrimp or snowcrab.

Weekly specials include: 

  • Monday pork chops for lunch and stuffed catfish filet for dinner
  • Tuesday BLT sandwich w/fries and Snow Crab & Shrimp for dinner
  • Wednesday is country fried steak and ribeye dinners for two
  • Thursday is grilled blackened shrimp w/gumbo and All You Can Eat steamed shrimp
  • Friday you can get meatloaf and AYCE fish n grits and ribeye dinners for two
  • You will have to call in at 251-973-9070 for the Saturday and Sunday specials.

Baudean’s has a sports bar and private party accommodations when needed.  You can even place an order via email if you like.  Connect with them on Facebook.


The Pelican Reef Restaurant

A secret getaway for locals Mobilians since they opened back 15 years ago.

The menu offers mouth-watering seafood dishes and monthly special dishes.

Dine on the deck and watch the water roll in from Mobile Bay as the sunlight bounces off the flowing water of Fowl River.

Open from 11am to 9pm to serve lunch and dinner every night.  Contact the restaurant for hours of operation on holidays.

The menu is filled with seafood delights from Seafood Alfredo to Fried Crab Claws.  Fish selections to Oysters and Shrimp.

Po-Boys are a mainstay as well as sensational signature dishes like BLACKENED SNAPPER SENSATION WITH CRABMEAT AND BUTTER WINE SAUCE.

And for the adults, beers, craft beers, wines and specialty drinks.

The Pelican Reef Restaurant offers Live Music and party accommodations.

You can contact the restaurant at 251-937-2670 or connect with them on Facebook.


Lighthouse Restaurant

This seafood restaurant has been here in Irvington, AL offering down-home classics in a casual, cozy atmosphere for years.

Open from 11am to 9pm for lunch and dinner every day except for Sunday.

This is a family owned and operated business with 4.5 out of 5 star rating on Facebook reviews.

There is no menu listed on Facebook or a website, but Google images show tons of fried crab claws being showed off by many visitors.

“My husband and I went there for lunch yesterday I had an amazing lunch! We got there a little before 11am. Which I highly recommend because they packed out!! Which we have seen before passing by. Service was friendly and very attentive & the food you couldn’t beat!! We got a lunch special and a pound of crab claws ( appetizer)And 1 pound could feed two people and more!! ( That could have been our lunch!)And she said that was small for what they have in the cooler months!!! They were absolutely to die for!!! Can’t say anything remotely bad about this place. My husband and I have gone there three three times before yesterday and we only got bad service and not so good food one time and that was just a bad day, personally I think every restaurant has those days, but 1 out of 4 times, hey we’re are Hooked!!”

Elizabeth S – Facebook Reviewer

There is no website and Facebook is the only connection outside of the phone number at 251-824-2500


Catalina Restaurant

Located where Forest Gump survived hurricane Camille…

Well, ok maybe not Forest, but they are in Bayou LaBatre, AL, one of the towns in the famous movie Forest Gump (my favorite movie).

The Catalina may have a few burgers and hot dogs on their menu, but this place has been famous for its seafood.

From Po-Boy sandwiches to tantalizing appetizers like shrimp cocktail and fried crab claws, crab bisque and fish/shrimp platters, Catalina is a ‘fine restaurant’.

Open from 10:30am to 9pm for lunch and dinner and closing up early on Sunday at 3pm, you can always find a great meal at Catalina with its 4.9 out of 5 star rating from Facebook reviewers and MY Mom!

Call them at 251-824-1120 or connect with them on Facebook.

Seafood Restaurants On Dauphin Island, South Of Mobile Alabama

Capt’n Snapper’s

A relatively new restaurant opened in 2017, Capt’n Snapper’s features fresh catch of the day including Trigger, grouper and sanpper right out of the Gulf of Mexico.

They also offer oysters on the half shell and crab legs.

Captain David Simms has been fishing the Gulf waters for over 35 years and is dedicated to serving up the freshest seafood around.

Appetizers range from a blooming onion, crab cakes, homemade crab bisque and coconut shrimp.

Get an Island Special like Snapper Lagniappe, Ultimate Seafood Platter or Fresh Oysters.  They also have some land lover items.

A full bar and private banquet room for private parties are also available.  It can seat up to 75 people, but is only available by appointment/reservation only.  Send them an email.

The restaurant is open from 11am to 9pm serving lunch and dinner except  on Sunday where they close up at 8pm.

Contact the restaurant for holiday hours at 251-861-8300 or connect with them on Facebook.  They do not have a website at this time.


Islanders Restaurant

Down on the West end of Dauphin Island, you can find the Islanders Restaurant.

Open since 2012, they offer a twist on the local seafood cuisine with a European and French contemporary touch.

They have an extensive wine selection with more than 100 brands to choose from.

A bar in available and the restaurant is opened Monday thru Sunday from 11am to 9pm for lunch and dinner with outdoor seating available.

If you would like to reserve a table, then contact them at 251-861-2225 or connect via Facebook.


Pirate’s Bar & Grill

This bar & grill is located on the grounds of the Isle Dauphine Country Club on Dauphin Island.

Open from 10:30am to 9pm, except for Sunday closing at 8pm, they have a fully stocked bar and sell a special Dauphin Island Bushwacker with ice cream, rum, chocolate, more rum and a cherry on top.

Their specialty is Flounder Pontchartrain which is a pan seared locally sourced flounder topped with shrimp, crab meat and wine sauce.

Come take in a round of golf and enjoy a meal and drinks at the bar & grill or bring the family to enjoy the boardwalk down to the beach, spend the day pool side and order in and enjoy the music every Wednesday night.  Live music events are also scheduled in the spring and summer on the weekend afternoons and special events/holidays.

Pool access does require a charge of $6 for adults and $4 for kids between 3-12.

Catering and private party service is available using the Dauphine Clubhouse, beach area and poolside for weddings, parties or special corporate events.

Contact them at 251-861-2969, online at their website contact form, or connect on Facebook.


Beached Cafe

“The Newest Restaurant In Town” is the reflection of the Beached Cafe on Dauphin Island near Town Beach.

They have a unique direction on their containers and are pushing being better on the environment with containers made of Bagasse which is a compostable vegetable product, plastic cups made of PLA and compostable including corn starch knives, spoons and forks.

The menu consists of course Po-Boys galore and 

Pickup catering is available and can be called in at 251-861-2022

They are open Tuesday through Sunday between 11am and 8pm for lunch and dinner.  Closed on Monday.

They do have indoor and outdoor seating arrangements and plenty of smoothies and daiquiris.  Beer, mixed drinks and the normal non-alcoholic varieties.

Here is a list of some daiquiris selections

  • Strawberry
  • Strawberry Margarita
  • Strawberry Mango and
  • Pina Colada

Dress is casual so come as you are…it’s the beach right!


Waves DI

Just across from a public beach location, Waves DI is a beachy, family friendly place to hang out when spending the day at the beach or after a hard day of laying out on it.

Their hours vary:

  • Sunday 11am to 9pm
  • Monday 3pm to 11pm
  • Tuesday 11am to 11pm
  • Wednesday 3pm to 11pm
  • Friday and Saturday 11am to 2am

Live music, game night, trivia with a twist, karaoke, open mic night and happy hour are some of the events they hold during the week.

Menu options range from appetizers, sides, Po-Boy’s, soups, salads, desserts and some land-lovers options.

They have won the “Best SoMo Bar” running for 2018 & 2019 (Southern Mobile County I presume)

And private parties are no problem with a huge backroom for any type of events.

Contact Waves DI at 251-285-6034, use their online web form or connect on Facebook.


JT’s Sunset Grill

This family friendly, family owned and operated restaurant has been serving the locals and visitors to Dauphin Island since 2013.

The seafood served here is locally sourced.  And I mean locally sourced.

The owner’s son regularly dives for fresh snapper and amberjack that is served in the restaurant.

…can’t get any fresher than that.

Their menu consists of plenty of appetizers with a seafood flare and a list of seafood dinner entrees.

Crab and Crawfish cakes are also a specialty.

Regular business hours are Monday thru Sunday, 11am to 9pm serving lunch and dinner.

Contact them at 251-861-2829 for additional details, through their website contact form, or via their Facebook page.

Best Restaurants In North Mobile Alabama

Catfish Junction

Along with their seafood choices is of course the southern favorite ‘Catfish’, as the name suggests.

Located in North Mobile County on I-58, just about a mile and a half East of I-65 on the North side, they are opened Tuesday through Saturday between 10:30am and 9pm for lunch and dinner.

They are closed on Monday and Sunday.

The starter menu features one of my favorites – “Hushpuppies And Cheese Sauce”.  Yum!

Your choice of New Orleans style Po-Boys, platters with either shrimp, oysters, crab claws, fish or All You Can Eat catfish & shrimp platters.

…and they do have some land-lover entrees.

Sides dishes, lunch specials and desserts of the day (ask your server or call in)

Catfish Junction can also host your special events and parties in-house  at their banquet room or at your place with catering.

Contact them at 251-679-6666, on Facebook or their website contact form.

You Might Want To Think About Staying Away From

Bayley’s Carryout Seafood

I do not like posting bad things about restaurants or places on my blog, but if I do come across an establishment that is not cutting it…well…it has to been done.

Bayley’s from what I have read use to be the go to place years ago.  However…

According to recent Facebook reviewers, the service and quality has fallen off.

If you are reading this and have some inside information about Bayley’s Carryout Seafood on Hwy 193 in Mon Louis heading toward Dauphin Island…let us know. We like giving out GOOD information.


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Mr. Haney

Tim has traveled the Gulf Coast from Texas to the tip of Florida for the last ten years. As the grandson of restaurant entrepreneurs, Tim writes about unique restaurants, things to do and attractions all along the Gulf Coast and Southeast. Just like his grandparents small drive-in restaurant, he loves small town, mom-n-pop establishments as well as interesting and unique places.

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