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70 Texas Coastal Bend tour guide Early Summer 2015 Port Aransas in a brown sugar and chile soy sauce and your choice of fried rice. Iries tacos will twist your definition of delicious with over a dozen varieties from simple bean and cheese to beef fish shrimp fried oyster Texas beef and even from time to time Maine lobster To the delight of islanders and frequent visitors alike Iries started opening for dinner this year. 503 N. Alister St. 361 749-2310 Kodys Restaurant Bar Time and time again recommended by hotel desk clerks as offering up some of the best cooking in Port A. Youll find great seafood including huge jumbo shrimp fresh fish and daily specials ranging from chicken fried steak to pot roast. Wednesday all-you-can eat fried shrimp select weeks of the year. 2034 State Hwy TX-361 361 749-8226 Port Aransas Brewing Company Having earned its spot on the gourmands list for their awesome hamburgers Texas Monthly Top 50 List Port A Brewing Co. continues to build its base of fans of great homemade food and micro brewed beer. Try the fantastic wings and endless varieties of gourmet pizza wings and fish and shrimp poboys. 429 N. Alister St. 361 749-2739 Liberty Hall Inferno Legendary island restaurateur Guy Carnathan has run some of the most acclaimed eateries on the Texas Coastall in Port Aunder the aliases Beulahs at the Tarpon Inn The Other Guys and The Pelican Club. These days he and his keen sense of what diners really want can be found at Liberty Hall Inferno where menu selections range from Southern seafood to Cajun deli- cacies to sushi from the expert Chef David. Enjoy fresh fish every day a wide and satisfiying selection of Gulf shrimp dishes burgers chops and off-menu specials that will keep you coming back regularly. 106 E. Cotter Ave. 361 749-4888 Jays Seafood Spaghetti Works For 36 years Jays has fed locals and tourists alike good down-home Italian food and fresh island seafood at a fair price and in a dome setting your kids would never forget. After decades of hard work and devotion to the community the new Seafood Spaghetti Works opened in a custom-built brand new building just half a minute north of its old location at the corner of Alister Street Hwy 361 and Avenue G. The beautiful new building provides a magnificent setting to enjoy a great time and terrific mealand like so many thou- sands of Jays patrons you will become loyal regulars. 910 TX Hwy 361 361 749-4422 Oceans of Seafood This fish market of almost 40 years in Port Aransas took the big step a couple of years ago and opened a seafood restaurant largely based on the large collec- tion of Southern seafood recipes published as a book by the owners mother decades ago. The culinary result is a wonderful selection of fresh simple but perfectly