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best seafood in providence

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please dont respond with hemenways-dont like it looking for some place else!

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  1. I can't think of a place that is specifically seafood, but I've found the fish entrees at Chez Pascal to be about the best in the city. I would have recommended Mill's Tavern too, but it's been hit or miss there lately.

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    1. re: Sap115

      Aside from Hemenway's (where I had the best 'baked stuffed shrimp' the other night), the only other 'seafood' restaurant in the city is McCormick-Shmick's in the Biltmore Hotel. I went there earlier this year and had one of the worst seafood dinners ever - overpriced, and just plain horrible. The service had much to be desired as well. However, the seem to be the competition for Hemenway's...so you may like it there.

      1. re: OOliver

        How is the Providence Oyster Bar? I haven't been, so I can't comment on the food, but it is another Providence seafood option.

        1. re: Bluebird

          I've never been but it's an expense acct favorite at my office. I think it's considered the best seafood in the city, so I'm surprised to read that someone said M&S is Hemenways only competition.

          1. re: JaneRI

            I always forget about the Oyster Bar. It's decent. Nothing that blew me away, but lots of fresh fish options.

            1. re: Sap115

              Oyster Bar has pretty good wine prices also, if that's your bag.

              1. re: invinotheresverde

                Does the Oyster Bar still do happy hours (4-6?) with good prices on the raw bar?

                  1. re: ccferg

                    hell yeah! were there tonight and last thurs. $1 oysters and a ton of stuff on the bar menu for $6 (lobster roll, legit!) "sushi" rolls (not "real" sushi but fun & tasty), soups, salads under $6 as well. it's a crazy good deal.
                    it's 4- 6:30 every day. closed sunday