The Best Seafood Shacks in America

The Shrimp Shack
> Location: Saint Helena Island, SC

One of the most popular dishes at this family-owned seafood shack is the shrimp burger, but there are also flounder and shrimp salad sandwiches and platters based on shrimp, flounder, scallops, or clam strips.

Fish Company Taco
> Location: Galveston, TX

Chef Daya Myers-Hunt, who heads up Fish Company Taco, has gained fame in the local restaurant scene for her delicious seafood taco creations. The menu changes frequently, based on what seafood is the freshest.

Source: via Yelp / Courtesy of Hama Hama Oyster Saloon

Hama Hama Oyster Saloon
> Location: Lilliwaup, WA

The Hama Hama Oyster Company has been farming seafood for five generations, with oyster beds located by the Hood Canal, using low-impact sustainable techniques. The menu at their Oyster Saloon includes raw and roasted oysters, clams, crab cakes, and chowder.

Source: via Yelp / Courtesy of Shrimp Shack

Shrimp Shack
> Location: Anacortes, WA

The family-run and operated Shrimp Shack opened in 1973, serving items like fresh-caught pink, sidestripe, and coonstripe shrimp and sockeye salmon, blue crab, and oyster burgers.

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