The Oceanaire Seafood Room

The Oceanaire Seafood Room
Though the space is glitzier than it used to be, the fish is still flown-in fresh, the portions generous, and the crab cake the best in town. Happy hour has become a popular pastime.

Details

Type: Seafood

Price: $$$$

Features: Kid-friendly, Late Night Dining, No Personal Checks, Notable, Outdoor Dining, Private Dining, Wheelchair Accessible

Meals: Dinner, Lunch

Neighborhood(s): Downtown Minneapolis, Minneapolis

Open Table: Reserve A Table

From The Oceanaire Seafood Room

Located in downtown Minneapolis, The Oceanaire dishes out the freshest and finest seafood experience in the city. At its new spot in the heart of Sixth Street's popular night life and shopping destinations, The Oceanaire is a wonderful place to dine with friends or family after an evening out. Enjoy ultra-fresh seafood flown in daily from around the world, including seasonal favorites and hard to find delicacies. With a  daily-printed menu and an extensive wine list, The Oceanaire is sure to delight seafood connoisseurs from all over the Twin Cities. For a fresh take on seafood, visit The Oceanaire!

From The Oceanaire Seafood Room

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Make a reservation online.

Dinner- $30

Appetizer (choose one):

  • Oyster Sampler
     
  • Cup of Clam Chowder
     
  • Caesar Salad
     
  • Crab Cake Taster

Entrée (Choose one):

  • Horseradish Crusted Alaska Cod
    Braised Kale, Sweet Onion Confit
  • Grilled Norway Salmon
    Butternut Squash Hash, Port Wine Reduction
     
  • Pan-Roasted Mahi Mahi
    Pumpkin Polenta, Roasted Apple
     
  • Grilled New York Strip
    Caramelized Potatoes, Pan Gravy, Crispy Onions
     
  • Bay Scallop Carbonara
    Linguine and Applewood Bacon

Dessert (Choose one):

  • Apple Blondie
    Cinnamon Ice Cream
     
  • Peanut Butter Fudge Bread Pudding
    Pumpkin ‘Pie’

    Gingersnap Crust, Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
     
  • Assorted Cookie Bites
  • Milk or Coffee
*Subject to change based on availability of products
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