Fulton's is a great (but pricey) place to enjoy a beautiful Florida day on the back deck while slurping oysters or digging in to other fresh seafood. You can pretty much get whatever seafood you want, from raw oysters to crab, shrimp, Alaska salmon, and whole Maine lobster. In busy times of year, waits can be long - more than an hour even on weeknights. But if you don't get fresh seafood back home, go early, request a table on the deck, order a Seafood Tower and enjoy.
Setting and Atmosphere
Separate dining areas include the Market Room, a tribute to New York City's Fulton Fish Market (for which the restaurant is named); the Constellation Room, a semicircular room with a starlit night sky; and the Industry Room, which is a tribute to the commercial-fishing industry.
Stone crab; fresh fish flown in daily; fresh oysters; Fulton's crab-and-lobster bisque; cioppino with crab, shrimp, scallops, clams, mussels and fish in a tomato broth; Alaskan king and Dungeness crab.
Prince Edward Island mussels and Florida little-neck clams, crab and lobster for two, filet mignon, grilled shrimp.