LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Wednesday begins the 40 days of Lent for Catholics in America. One of the practices many observe is not eating meat on Fridays. This means thousands of people in Las Vegas will be looking for affordable and good places to eat seafood on Friday.

Las Vegas, a community known for world-class restaurants, has many high-end and more affordable options for eating out on Friday.

Below is a list of restaurants in the Las Vegas valley, in no particular order, compiled from food review sites such as Yelp, Eater and Trip Advisor. These restaurants offer a bit more, or a lot more in some cases than local fast-food stores. Since seafood prices in Las Vegas vary so much, it’s always best to research before booking a table. Also, there are hundreds of options for seafood throughout the valley, and this might be a good time to try something new.

Some affordable seafood options in Las Vegas

Pier 88 Boiling Seafood & Bar (Yelp)
5825 Spring Mountain Rd

Krazy Buffet (Tripadvisor)
8095 W Sahara Ave

The Boiling Crab (Yelp)
4025 S Decatur Blvd

Mariscos Playa Escondida (Tripadvisor)
1203 E Charleston Blvd

Crab N Spice (Yelp)
7501 W Lake Mead Blvd Ste 100

Hawaiian Style Poke (Tripadvisor)
3524 Wynn Rd

Sin City Seafood (Yelp)
353 E Bonneville Ave Ste 115

Playa Papagayos Seafood and Mexican Restaurant (Tripadvisor)
4760 W Sahara Ave Ste #21

Crab Island (Yelp)
2131 Rock Springs Dr

Wahoo’s Fish Taco (Tripadvisor)
1000 S Rampart Blvd

Highly rated and often expensive seafood in Las Vegas

Lakeside at Wynn Las Vegas

Estiatorio Milos at the Venetian Resort

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab at Forum Shops at Caesars

Oyster Bar at Various Station Casinos

Other Mama – 3655 S Durango Dr Ste 6

Water Grill at Forum Shops at Caesars

Mercato Della Pescheria at Grand Canal Shoppes

Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House at MGM Grand