Muer Seafood Restaurants

Muer Seafood Restaurants

Landmark entrées and more. Visit Charley's Crab, Big Fish, the Grand Concourse, Gandy Dancer and other fine restaurants in four states.

The Grand Concourse is a 500-seat dazzler in the former Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Station, a splendid Edwardian-style terminal on the National Register of Historic Places. On a similar track, the Gandy Dancer sits in Ann Arbor's majestically restored 1886 Michigan Central Railroad Depot.

At Charley's Crab in Palm Beach, view white sands and deep blue ocean. But don't just come for the scenery: The award-winning menu changes daily, and the vast wine selection is always a draw.

Big Fish Seafood Bistro ramps up the energy with a bold atmosphere, a creative, well-balanced menu (adjusted to regional tastes) and signature drinks. The name refers not to portions, but to the service attitude that prevails: Every customer here (and at all other Landry's establishments) is a "big fish."

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