Do you love seafood? Living in New Jersey we are in luck because we have access to some of the best fresh seafood in America. I always say that you have to be in a coastal state to order seafood, otherwise, you are getting something off a truck that has traveled.

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Contrary to how I feel, according to Country Living, "If you thought seafood was just for the coasts, you've got another thing coming. And that thing is delicious eats from under the sea, in each and every state. According to Yelp, these are the top-rated restaurants serving everything from lobster rolls and lox to sushi and ceviche — no rod or reel required."

 

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According to Oceanbox, Most Popular Seafood: America’s Top 10

 

10 - Clams

9 - Crab

8 - Catfish

7 - COD

6 - Pangasius or Basa

5- Pollock

4- Tilapia

3 - Tuna

2 - Salmon

1 - Shrimp

"Shrimp is the most popular seafood in America, with people consuming an average of almost one pound per person yearly. This tasty seafood is used in various dishes, including salads, pasta dishes, stir-fries, and more. Shrimp is also a popular grilling choice and is served as an appetizer or main course."

 

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So when it comes to the best seafood here in New Jersey, we have so many options so where do we wanna go for the best in wonders from the sea?

 

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According to Country Living, They selected the Crab Palace in Newark. "Crab Palace has been my family's favorite spot for seafood for close to 30 years. Consistently fresh, great prices, and the staff is always there when you need them! Highly recommend." — Yelp user Anthony T."

 

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