Waterfront Dining in Your Monterey - East Coast
The next stop in our Waterfront Dining series is along the Eastern Coast of the United States. East Coast dining is heavily influenced by seafood with dishes featuring lobster, crab and an array of delicious fish. We’re sure that by the end of this review you and your first mate will be running towards your Monterey!
Whether you’re in Key West or Cape Canaveral you’ll be dining on some of the freshest seafood Florida has to offer. Cape Canaveral is popular for the Common Snook, Fat Snook and the Cobia. Local flavors include bacon wrapped shrimp, surf and turf dishes as well as Bahamian fish chowders. Some dining locations even allow you to dock in your Monterey. Another option is heading on up the coast to historic St. Augustine to dine on local specialties such as butternut grouper, flounder and lightly fried shrimp. Click on this link to find out the best places to dine, http://www.coastalliving.com/travel/lodging-dining/best-seafood-restaurants-florida-00414000070553/
Head on up the coast to the beautiful shores of Maine where you are sure to dine on our nation’s freshest lobster. Relax by the water and enjoy the scenic views of the rocky coastline while you dine on lobster, chowders, fried clams, steamed mussels, lobster rolls and stuffed haddock. If you’re feeling adventurous many of the restaurants will allow you to pick out a live lobster for your meal! No matter what choice you make you are sure to leave full from any of the areas quaint restaurants. Not sure where to dine? Check out this list of local favorites http://www.coastalliving.com/travel/lodging-dining/best-seafood-restaurants-maine-00414000070541/
There is no shortage of hospitality in these coastal communities; you’ll feel right at home as you dine dockside on plates and plates of steamed shrimp. Docking your Monterey for the night? Head on over to Wrightsville Beach to enjoy fried fish, clams, crabs, oysters, shrimp and many other seafood delicacies. The North Carolina coast offers a great selection of seafood dishes from fried to lightly fried or for a healthier choice, grilled. A list of the best places to dine can be found at http://www.coastalliving.com/travel/lodging-dining/best-seafood-restaurants-north-carolina-00414000070550/
We hope you have a great time checking out a few of the best waterfront dining restaurants the East Coast has to offer. Remember to send us pictures of your adventures and let us know what you thought!