Food is only so-so but a great fav with the 'silver haired' crowed. Place can be packed at lunch time.
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We love getting seafood in coastal states. McGrath's has excellent choices. We ordered fish with a maple mustard and one with a raspberry glaze. They were delicious! The raspberry sauce one was like a dessert/entrée.
my wife and myself ate at mcgrafs fish house and she had the sole which was realy good i had the razer clams which were horrible over cooked and tough as rubber . the waiter forgot to give us our drink order as we had...More
We were staying at the hotel across the parking lot so this was a good choice. We took it to go. Got a nice salad and some fish. Staff was friendly. But nothing incredible.
Love the soup and bread here. if you like mo's, you'll love McGrath's chowder. Ate on the patio today, and it was gorgeous. Great service. Enjoy.
Slow service. Ordered the prawn platter and scallop skewer. Food, to include the coleslaw, did not have much flavor. Not worth the wait. Not expensive.
McGraths was something I grew up with in Salem. I always saw it as a fancy restaurant as a kid. The more I travel and experience holes in the wall cafes, chain restaurants and real nice fish and steak houses, I now see that McGraths...More
Restaurant Review McGrath’s Fish House Fishing for Compliments The History In 1980, John McGrath opened the first McGrath’s Fish House in downtown Salem, Oregon. The family, natives of the Northwest grew up up fishing and harvesting crab, clams and oysters. They pride themselves on providing...More
Husband enjoyed fried fish but my steak and vegetables had too much dry herbs added to them and the fries has very little salt on them so they were bland. Husband will go again I will pass.
Had a nice business dinner at McGraths Fish House tonight. Got here at 5 pm and left about 8 pm. We ate dinner in the bar with a nice adult beverage. Had the Halibut and chips. The dinner was good, service was a little slow,...More