April 28th, 2013 by Staff Reports in Dish2013

The Palms offers steakhouse fare and fresh seafood, including a bourbon-glazed salmon.

Photo by Photos by Mark Gilliland

Catfish and tuna, crab legs and sea bass - fresh seafood swims through Chattanooga on a daily basis.

Bluewater Grille

224 Broad St.


Casually sophisticated dining with a unique atmosphere on Broad Street. The menu features fish handpicked in Jacksonville, Fla., and delivered fresh to Chattanooga. $$$

Blue Orleans Seafood Restaurant

1463 Market St.


Authentic Cajun and Creole with a mix of Southern favorites can be found in the Scenic City. Delicious specials include crawfish fritters, po-boys, seafood gumbo and shrimp Creole. Top it all off with a big slice of "Who 'Dat" chocolate cake. $$$

Bonefish Grill

2115 Gunbarrel Road


A treat for those wanting fresh fish cooked on a wood burning grill, and uncommon sauces and toppings. Try a tasty Chilean sea bass with warm mango salsa. The Bang-Bang Shrimp is a must for starters. $$$

Easy Bistro & Bar

203 Broad St.


Local ingredients are found in many menu items at Easy Bistro. Main courses include sautéed lemon sole, while the yellowfin tuna tartare is a well-loved appetizer. Try roasted sweet potato ravioli or order from the Raw Bar. Full variety of starters and salads, too. $$$

The Palms

6925 Shallowford Road


Dine and dance into the wee small hours. Steaks and fresh seafood served. Try the Bourbon glazed Atlantic salmon. $$$