October is National Seafood Month and anyone that knows us, know we love seafood. Anytime we are able to get some good seafood, we are a very happy couple. You know we will travel for some good seafood. That is why I’m super excited about Memphis Seafood Week!
I know you are thinking: Memphis is the Barbecue capital. I hear ya, really I do. What folks fail to realize is Memphis is a culinary and foodie dream location. We have the best of the best food here and it includes seafood restaurants.
But I didn’t know October is National Seafood Month. Did you know that?
Several Memphis restaurants are participating in Memphis Seafood Week (October 17-21) as part of National Seafood month to help bring awareness to the health benefits that come along with consuming seafood. These restaurants are doing their part to encourage a healthier lifestyle by offering their patrons healthy seafood dishes.
#DateNight Tip: Plan a date at one of #Memphis amazing restaurants that is participating in Memphis Seafood Week #Seafood2xWkMem
Memphis Seafood Week Restaurants
· Flying Fish (105 S. 2nd Street)
· Pearls Oyster House (299 S. Main)
· Captain D’s (All Locations)
· Cajun Catfish Company (1616 Sycamore View)
· Humdingers (1134 N. Germantown Parkway & 6300 Poplar Ave Suite #101)
· Fish Net (2731 Lamar Avenue)
· Southwind Fish (7915 Winchester Rd. Suite 101)
· Bayou Bar & Grill (2094 Madison Ave.)
· Mardi Gras Memphis (496 N. Watkins)
· Sekisui (All Locations)
· Tsunami (928 Cooper St.)
· Déjà vu (51 S. Main St.)
These restaurants are doing their part to encourage a healthier lifestyle by offering their patrons healthy seafood dishes.
The hubby and I don’t need a reason to eat seafood but we do plan on having a date night or two at the participating restaurants this week. We encourage you and your spouse to patronize these restaurants and take a selfie from October 17-21 to post on social media with the hashtag #Seafood2xWkMem.
What is your favorite seafood dish?