Woodhouse Fish Company

88% love it
Seafood in the Castro
If you're in the Castro and get the hankering for some good quality deep sea delights, stroll down Market Street, past Church Street to 14th Street and indulge your fishy appetite.


    • mrstrategery
      mrstrategery Over a year ago
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      Louie Louie
      Shrimp Louie salad dressing has a kick that tells you it's no bottled 1000 Islsnd. Order the salad doubled and call ot dinner. Great.

    • Scott
      Scott Over a year ago
      Loves it

      New England Fish Shop in SF, Lobster Rolls anyone?
      First, it's a bit of a stretch to say this is the Castro. It's in the "crossroads" between the Castro and other hoods. I'm not sure if I'd recommend this to a traveler, but certainly to locals. (Travelers should check out Anchor Oyster Bar on Castro). That having been said, I had a terrific meal here. THe food isn't too expensive, the atmosphere is busy without feeling crowded and the waitstaff is smart and fun. I had a great Halibut and my friend had crab, both were successes. I can't wait to get back and try the Lobster Rolls (maybe go for lunch). Well worth a visit.

    • smartissexy
      smartissexy Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Chowder, oysters... and shortcake!
      This is a great East-Coast clamshack, transported to the chic micro-neighborhood of Landers Grove (really just the corner of 14th & Market). A truly exceptional chowder... buttery, dense, with red new potatoes and huge hunks of fresh clam... Tuesdays are $1 oyster nights, and the record stands at a whopping $145, consumed by a single diner!