The 42nd St. Oyster Bar has become one of the South’s most famous landmark restaurants, satisfying thousands of grateful patrons since its humble beginnings in 1931 as a grocery store offering oysters and draft beer. It is located at 508 W Jones St, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Re-established in 1987 by the late Thad Eure, Jr. and partners, 42nd St. Oyster Bar quickly became Raleigh, NC’s premier destination for the freshest seafood. Today the restaurant remains in Eure’s partners’ hands, Brad Hurley and John Vick. The commitment to serving the highest quality food and drinks, sourcing local products, and providing an excellent dining experience has remained steadfast since day one. The saying “Seafood Any Fresher Would Still Be in the Ocean” rings true on the corner of Jones and West Streets. They have over two thousand reviews with four-point-six star reviews.
N.C. Seafood Restaurant is situated at the North Carolina Farmers Market in Raleigh and has been serving the highest quality fried Calabash style seafood in a casual setting for 25 years. It is located at 1201 Agriculture St, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Nestled in the back of the busy and beautiful North Carolina State Farmers Market, across from the open-air farmers’ building where farmers are selling their seasonal fare is the N.C. Seafood Restaurant. Seafood lovers will find some of the best traditional fried Calabash Style seafood in Raleigh. They have over one thousand reviews with four-point-five star reviews.
So if you are out and about and want to see the best Farmers Market in the South East come on by. And when you are out looking at those beautiful tomatoes from a local farmer or maybe watermelons or some other delicious North Carolina produce – we encourage you to follow that wonderful smell in the air that gets caught in the wind and blows in your direction.
So when two of the sons, Charlie and Hector Ibarra, announced that they were teaming up with Oscar Diaz (executive chef at Jose and Sons, and Jibarra before that) to open a seafood restaurant, you could bet on two things: It would not be an ordinary seafood restaurant, and it would probably be very good. It is located at 413 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, North Carolina.
You’d win both of those bets. To say that The Cortez Seafood + Cocktail, which opened in June on Glenwood South, is a seafood restaurant with a Mexican accent doesn’t do justice to an offering that runs the gamut from serrano-spiked lobster roll to torched salmon banh mi. And those are just a couple of sandwiches that might pop up on a menu that changes frequently based on the catch and the chef’s deep well of inspiration.
And by “expertly prepared,” I mean everything from the shucking of oysters (three varieties are typically offered raw, served with all the usual garnishes, plus – one of those “surprises at every turn” – a miniature bottle of hot sauce) to the precise sear of N.C. bigeye tuna in a pitch-perfect presentation with a medley of sautéed potatoes, green beans, and oyster mushrooms, glazed with sesame oil and garnished with pea shoots. They have over three hundred reviews with four-point-six reviews.
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