“Time to thank your lucky stars”
Our concept is to grill fresh seafood over mesquite, or fry it in refined oil with a thin batter. So, while you'll find signature dishes like campechanas, seafood gumbo and whole stuffed flounder on the menu, you won't find sauces or heavy layers of breading to mask the flavor of the fish. And if something isn't in season, you won't find it on the menu. This original Goode Company Seafood is an experience like few others. From the chrome bar stools to the original Wurlitzer, this railcar dining experience is truly a one of a kind. "You might want to give some serious thought to thanking your lucky stars you're in Texas."
The atmosphere is great, and they make some awesome cocktails. Plus, they offer more than just the usual seafood fare, which is fun. The campechana is popular-- it's like chips and salsa, but the salsa has all kinds of seafood in it. The serving is huge and it's incredibly rich!
Mesquite-grilled seafood in an old rail car is just the ticket at Goode Co. Seafood, a particularly bright gem in a local mini chain of storied Houston eateries. During peak oyster season (months ending in 'r'), Goode Co. shucks appellation oysters on the half shell that have been plucked from prized Gulf shoals and reefs, all of them putting to lie the notion that Third Coast oysters are a distant second. In the off season, order a tall, cool parfait glass of campechana, a seafood cocktail brimming with crab and shrimp doused in tomato and hot sauce. A sleeve of crackers and a cold beer round out an iconic Houston meal, but an extra order of seafood empanadas won't cause any hurt feelings.
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Goode Company Seafood
- Fri, Sat: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
- Sun - Thu: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
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