Top 3 Seafood food in Athens, Texas, United States

February 16, 2020 Ying Subia

Reviews on Seafood food in Athens, Texas, United States. Athens is a city in Henderson County, Texas, in the United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 12,710. It is the county seat of Henderson County. The city has called itself the "Black-Eyed Pea Capital of the World." Athens was selected as one of the first "Certified Retirement Communities" in Texas. It was named after Athens, Alabama, by one of the early residents who came from there.
Things to do in Athens

1. WaWa's Seafood Shack

222 E Tyler St, Athens, TX 75751-2010 Seafood Lunch, Dinner [email protected] +1 903-286-8218
WaWa's Seafood Shack

Reviewed By STEVE D

Walk up food truck. Fried or boiled seafood goodies. Catfish, shrimp, crawfish in season,etc. Some pretty good gumbo available sometimes. Good, fresh shrimp fried or boiled. Get the boiled spiced how you like it and served with potatoes and corn on the cob low country boil style. Sit outside under cover or inside if you want. A popular spot in Athens with many regulars. Worth a visit.

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2. Catfish Palace

200 US Highway 175 W, Athens, TX 75751-4704 American, Seafood Lunch, Dinner Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Takeout, Table Service +1 903-675-8580
Overall Ratings

3 based on 28 reviews

Catfish Palace

Reviewed By SB S

Excellent catfish and nice portion choices. Baked potato was hot, nice sides of cold slaw, tomato relish, onion and best hush puppies around. Fast and good attentive service.The building is not maintained. Old and ugly, but we came for the food as we were driving home from our road trip. Second stop here in the last year. You can get it to go if you aren't there for all you can eat. Good prices.

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3. Long John Silver's

116 US Highway 175 W, Athens, TX 75751-4700 Seafood +1 903-675-0025
Long John Silver's

Reviewed By Chris H

We were on a tight schedule and needed someplace close to our hotel that was open late. This place was right down the block, so we stopped and read the posted hours - the lobby was open until 10:00 PM and the drive-through until 10:30 PM. We showed up at the drive-through at 10:15 and nobody was listening. We went inside and nobody was there. We yelled a bit and a teenage girl came out from the back and said they were closed, despite the fact they were supposed to be open. Whoever was supposed to be managing that night needs to be fired. This was the evening of Sunday, September 29th.

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