Eat Fresh Crab & Seafood in Del Norte County, California
Feast on fresh fish, crab, and seafood at a handful of restaurants in Crescent City and Klamath. Order off a menu or catch your own.
Our little nook of the Northern California coast is teeming with fresh crab, seafood and fish. There are plenty of local restaurants in Crescent City and Klamath serving the bounty from our local sea and rivers.
Cook Your Own
If you’re camping or staying at a vacation rental with a kitchen, head to Crescent Seafood’s fresh fish market, located within the Crescent City Harbor District. You can pick up everything from salmon to tiger prawns to calamari steaks and albacore tuna. They also have a seafood deli restaurant where you can enjoy lunch at the Crescent City harbor and marina with a variety of dishes, including big sandwiches and salads — try the Baja fish tacos or the garlic lemon scallops. This seafood market is owned and operated by a retired commercial fisherman.
Catch Your Own
Pick up a crab pot and toss it off the B Street Fishing Pier in Crescent City. No fees or licenses are required. If you get skunked, stop by the Crescent City Crab Shack to pick up some freshly cooked — and shelled — Dungeness crab!
Salmon runs to the Smith and Klamath Rivers make Del Norte County a salmon fishing mecca for Kings and coho. Stop in at Paul’s Famous Smoked Salmon Jerky (open seasonally) to purchase smoked salmon for your on-the-go adventures in Del Norte County.
You can also book a guided fishing trip or ocean charter for tuna fishing.
Mark your calendar for the annual Salmon Festival in Klamath, California happening every August.
B STREET FISHING PIER
Drop a crab pot or fish from the pier in Crescent City.
Fresh seafood and fish market + full seafood deli also serving sandwiches, salads, beer and wine. Find them here.
Finer seaside dining with marina and sea lion views. And the best clam chowder in Northern California. Find them here.
SCHMIDT’S HOUSE OF JAMBALAYA
New Orlean’s style creole and cajun cuisine (think “peel and eat” shrimp, shrimp skewers, or their famous Jambalaya). Grab a cold craft beer or ice cream cone and enjoy the view of South Beach from the outdoor patio. Find them here.
PAUL’S FAMOUS SMOKED SALMON
Freshly caught salmon smoked using traditional methods (open seasonally). Find them here.
Cool country bar and restaurant serving up the catch of the day + the best margaritas and barbequed meat cooked on an open madrone wood fire pit (call for hours and a reservation). Find them here.
Find All Restaurants Serving Up Seafood in Crescent City & Del Norte County
Abalone Bar & GrillAddress : 171 Klamath Blvd Phone : +1 855-554-2946 Website
Chart RoomAddress : 130 Anchor Way Phone : +1 707-464-5993 Website
Crescent SeafoodAddress : 170 Marine Way Phone : +1 707-460-1115 Website
Fisherman’s Restaurant & LoungeAddress : 700 US Highway 101 South Phone : +1 707-465-3474 Website
Ocean’s 675 By NorthwoodsAddress : 655 US Highway 101 South Phone : +1 707-464-9771 Website
Paul’s Famous Smoked Salmon JerkyAddress : 17505 N Hwy 101, Klamath, CA 95548 Phone : +1 (707) 482-0477 Website
Schmidt’s House of Jambalaya & New Orleans CafeAddress : 110 Anchor Way Phone : +1 707-465-1465 Website
Seaside Restaurant & BarAddress : 100 A Street Phone : +1 707-465-5400 Website
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