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Happy Hour at Sea Breeze Fish Market & Grill

Fresh, well-prepared seafood in Dallas can be hard to find. When I discover a good one it feels much like cracking open an oyster and finding a glistening pearl.

Sea Breeze Fish Market & Grill is the only place of its kind in the Plano area. Tucked away in LakeSide Market near the intersection of Preston Road and Spring Creek Parkway, Sea Breeze features a full fish market showcasing a wide variety of fresh and wild seafood from across the planet, as well as a Chef at Home case featuring prepared foods.

They've just introduced a new Happy Hour menu that is a perfect late afternoon/early evening pick-me-up. Happy Hour at Sea Breeze takes place daily from 3-6 p.m., featuring discounted bites and drink specials.

To snack on, load up on raw oysters. They're only $2 a piece and served with fresh horseradish and a delicious mignonette.

Raw Oysters only $2 each during HH
Feeling indecisive? Try the ($8) Sea Breeze combo and sample two bites each of their Shrimp Cocktail, Smoked Salmon Tartlets, and their delicious Tuna Nachos. (Side note: Sea Breeze's Tuna Nachos are one of my favorite appetizers in town.You're looking at sesame-crusted yellowfin tuna served on a wonton with avocado wasabi, sweet Thai chili, and lemon zest.)

Shrimp Cocktail and Tuna Nachos
Discounted wine, beer, and cocktails make Sea Breeze a great choice for a HH stop on your way home. The house Old Fashioned is top notch.

The House Old Fashioned is smooth and easy drinking

Here's a look at their new Happy Hour menu (photo also shown below).

Happy Hour Snacks & Drinks

Raw oysters ($2) per

$5 Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs
with Arugula & Sriracha Mayo

$8 Sea Breeze Combo - 2 each
Tuna Nachos, Shrimp Cocktail, Smoked Salmon Tartlets

$8 Fried Calamari
with Grilled Tomato Marinara and Parmesan Cheese

$8 Peel & Eat Shrimp
12 Shrimp with Rick’s Original Cocktail & Remoulade Sauce

$9 Smoked Salmon Dip
served with crostini

$5 Wines
House Chardonnay
House Pinot Grigio
House Cabernet
House Merlot

$6 Cocktail
House Margarita
House Old Fashioned
Sea Breeze Cocktail
Gin Rickey

$1 off all Beer
House wine & cocktails available only during Happy Hour

Sea Breeze will celebrate their 10 year anniversary on Monday, April 17, and will be partying all day with champagne and cake for their customers! Be sure to "pop" in and give them a congratulatory "cheers" while you sip your complimentary glass of bubbles.

Limited time 10th anniversary drink menu

Sea Breeze is open Sunday – Thursday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m., and Friday – Saturday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m..

4017 Preston Rd #530
 Plano, TX


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