Under the Sea - A Local's Take on Seafood

Part of being near the water is being raised on Seafood. Here is a local’s guide to the best seafood in the communities across Mobile County. 

Downtown : Wintzell's 

Address605 Dauphin St, Mobile, AL 36602

Fried, Stewed or Nude.

Wintzell's has been a Mobile staple since first opening its doors in 1938. While it is famous for oysters, patrons rave about the fried green tomatoes, gumbo, crab cake, crawfish etouffee, and bread pudding. 

Midtown: Mudbugs

Address2005 Government St, Mobile, AL 36606

Seafood meets cajun. 

Mobile has only a few seasons : football, baseball, summer, and crawfish. Mudbugs at the Loop is a preferred vendor for Crawfish - live and cooked. But Mudbugs isn’t only known for crawfish. Their menu consists of a range between fish, shrimp, oysters, and more. 

West Mobile: Kravers

Address2368 Leroy Stevens Rd, Mobile, AL 36695

Simple and Southern

Kravers is a traditional Seafood restaurant situated in West Mobile. This is a perfect option if you want seafood at a good price but don’t want too far into the city. Our favorite item on the menu is the fried shrimp Po' boy. 

Dauphin Island: Pelican Reef

Address11799 Dauphin Island Pkwy, Theodore, AL 36582

Rave Reviews on the River

Whether you’re heading to or returning from Dauphin Island or you just have a hankering for seafood on the water, Pelican Reef is the choice to make. Located on Fowl River, Pelican Reef has been serving up classic and non traditional meals for over 15 years.

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