Top 7 Seafood Eats In Mid-Town LA


3916 Wilshire Blvd – 2 mins

Just a short distance from the hotel, DaeBuDo offers an array of authentic Korean seafood dishes. It is a great place for large groups since most of the food is ordered in large portions. Some of the combos include: oysters, shrimp, live lobster, sea eel, scallops and hag fish. Prices range from $10-$50 for individual dishes and $65-$170 for seafood combos. They are open Mon-Thur 3pm-Midnight, Friday 3pm-1am, Saturday 2pm-1am and Sunday 2pm-Midnight.

Get Bbul

3189 W Olympic Blvd – 7 mins

Located in Koreatown, this is the place to go for seafood bbq. It’s great for large groups and offers valet, garage and street parking. You can enjoy pork belly with spicy octopus, stir fry pork belly, seafood pancake,crabs, abalone and many more. The medium crab combo is a popular dish that many recommend. Entrée prices range from $15-$60 and combo prices range from $120-$180. Hours are Mon-Thur 3pm-Midnight, Friday & Saturday Noon-2am and Sunday 2pm-Midnight.

EMC Seafood

3500 W 6th St #101 – 3 mins

This trendy restaurant is a great place for dinner and happy hour with friends and family. They offer starters such as edamame, salad, fish tacos, clam strips and crab cakes as well as grilled oyster dishes, sashimi and a raw bar. At Happy hour they have $6 drinks as well as appetizer and raw bar options. (Open Sun-Thur 10pm-close and Fri-Sat 11pm-close) Food ranges from $4-$50 and regular hours are Monday 11:30am-Midnight, Tue-Fri 11:30am-2am, Saturday Noon-2am and Sunday Noon-Midnight. A highly recommended dish is the seafood tower but for more options, check out the menu.

La Cevicheria

3809 W Pico Blvd – 10 mins

Casual and comfy, this café/ grill provides an intimate atmosphere for your Los Angeles experience. They offer combinations, burritos, deluxe burritos, salads and wraps, soup, hamburgers, tacos, and hot tortas. La Cevicheria is open Wed-Thur 11am-8pm, Fri-Sat 11am-9pm and Sunday 11am-8pm and the price ranges from $11-$30. Check out more food here.

Fisherman’s Outlet

529 S. Central Ave – 14 mins

Stop by the Fisherman’s Outlet when you visit the historic merchant district. It was established in 1961 and family owned. Here you can enjoy deep friend seafood, charbroiled seafood, chowders, salads, sauces and desserts. There is also a seafood market incase you want to shop for your own. The restaurant is open Mon-Sat 10am-3:30pm and prices range from $5-$20.


5955 Melrose Avenue – 13 mins

Experience the magic of Chef Michael Cimarusti when you dine at Providence. Known for their sustainable approach, Providence uses wild-caught, sustainable products and features their best qualities in every meal. They offer oysters, caviar, duck, abalone, cod and other signature dishes everyone is sure to enjoy. Lunch is noon-2pm, dinner is Mon-Fri 6pm-10pm, Saturday 5:30pm-10pm and Sunday 5:30pm-9pm.

Mario’s Peruvian & Seafood

5786 Melrose Ave – 13 mins

If you enjoy Peruvian food, this is the place to be. It is very popular and get busy at peak times so it is best to go early. You can order appetizers, soups, salads, beef, poultry, and seafood. A popular dish is the Lomo Saltado and the portions are overall great for sharing. They have a small lot so there is a high possibility for street parking. Hours are Mon-Thur 11:30am-8pm, Fri-Sat 11:30am-9:30pm and Sunday 11:30am-8pm and prices range $11-$30.