Set Sail at New Orange County Seafood Restaurants

Diver scallop with basil truffle celeriac remoulade and citrus broth at Ways & Means

New Orange County seafood restaurants Ways & Means, Bonefish Grill and Shor are serving up creative menus starring the freshest seafood.

Ways & Means
This globally inspired oyster house and white-tablecloth dining room celebrates the classic oyster bars and fish houses found in coastal cities around the world. Consider the Diver scallop with basil truffle celeriac remoulade and citrus broth; Ahi tuna tartar with quails egg, gherkin, harissa and butter toast; salmon rillettes; seared wild bass with white-bean puree, casserole of clams, peppers and parsley; and rum flights such as Sail the World. 513 E. Chapman Ave., Orange, 714.516.1800.

Experience the freshest Pacific Coast seafood while soaking up the modern ambiance at American seafood grill Shor, part of the Hyatt Regency Newport Beach’s redo. Choose a fish—e.g., Skuna Bay salmon or local harpooned swordfish—choose your rub and choose your sauce for a customized meal or opt for specialties such as beer-braised Carlsbad mussels and porcini-dusted diver scallops. 1107 Jamboree Road, Newport Beach, 949.729.1234.

Bonefish Grill
Gulf grouper, Snake River rainbow trout and cold-water-lobster tails are paired with warm mango salsa, chimichurri or other sauces at Bonefish Grill at the Market Place in Tustin. The star of the show is Bang Bang Shrimp while the restaurant’s range of burgers include a Parmesan-dusted longfin-tilapia fillet on a buttery brioche. 3040 El Camino Real, Tustin, 714.368.7613.

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