Seafood Unlimited Reopens After Major Makeover

David and Judi Einhorn’s Seafood Unlimited is back in action as of late August after a summer hiatus and a major makeover. After 24 years of owning the Philly mainstay on Rittenhouse Square the Einhorns have worked to double the space at the bar, add seating, redecorate, create a completely new menu, and add later hours. Seafood Unlimited now holds 36 guests in the dining area and ten at the bar, and an expanded mosaic mural graces the walls. They’ve also exchanged their previous logo for this much creepier one:

Full menu and details on the tap list after the jump.

The updated menu includes new dishes like fish tacos, stuffed calamari, a salmon burger, and mini lobster rolls alongside classic chowders and fresh fish dishes. Eight taps were added to the bar, including some brews from Philadelphia Brewing and Victory as well as the special Seafood Unlimited Sturgeon General. Check out the full menu below.

New Seafood Unlimited Menu (PDF)

From 9 p.m. until close Seafood Unlimited offers a “reverse happy hour” with special deals at their bar every night. For now they are just serving dinner but brunch service (and an updated website!) are expected to follow in October.

Photo courtesy of Seafood Unlimited

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  • Tex

    Calling that logo “creepy” is an understatement. I’m looking forward to trying the new menu, though.