Living on a peninsula, we’re surrounded by water on three sides (hopefully you learned this in elementary school geography), and with the way global warming is going, that could someday be four sides. But that’s a whole other topic and one best left to Al Gore. For now, let’s enjoy our semi water-locked luck and focus on all the wonderful sea food our city has to offer. Last week we asked you:

WHAT’S SF’S BEST SEAFOOD RESTAURANT?

OUR SCOUT SAYS:

I love me some Swan Oyster Depot, but their hours aren’t always so convenient to my schedule, so for a hearty seafood dinner, I trek all the way out to PPQ Dungeness Island Vietnamese Cuisine for a strap-your-bib-on crab dinner. Nothing like the sound of a cracking crustacean shell to get your lips smacking.

YOU SAYS:

Tataki South! sustainable and delicious. eating with out guilt is the only way to indulge :)”
– Keiko Takano

Ebisu in Inner Sunset. Two Balls No Strike hits it out of the park. Original yet simple. MMM mmm mmm.”
– Kyle Crossman

“Call me a tourist, but I go to Fisherman’s Wharf for my seafood fix. Scoma’s what what!”
– Astrid Hingle

“4 words: seafood chowder Bar Crudo.”
– Jason Nesmith

"Woodhouse Fish Co. in Pacific Heights. Delicious seafood in a casual setting."
– Chrissy Aferton

"Skool. Strange location, amazing food.”
– Sarah Piper

"I’ve never tasted any other seafood that even compared to Sotto Mare."
– Christopher Jenkins

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