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Chowder? Lobster? Crabcakes? Who gets your vote?

Hundreds of you voted in this week's Readers' Choice poll on where to get the freshest catch. We narrowed down the top 13, but what's your pick for the best of the best seafood on the San Francisco Peninsula?

Chowder? Lobster? Crabcakes? Who gets your vote?

 

Being that the Bay Area is known for its excellent seafood, it came as no surprise that hundreds of you voted in this week's Readers' Choice Poll for just  where your favorite place is to find a great catch.

The competition was stiff.

Today, we are trying something new! In addition to listing the restaurant that won each city's poll, we want you to vote for the "best of the best."

Our top four vote-getters are listed below in a new poll, and we would love for you tell us which one is your choice for the very best of the best seafood on the San Francisco Peninsula.

Is it the famous and always crowded on the Coast in Half Moon Bay?

Or the in Redwood City that serves up some mighty fine lobster rolls?

Does the in Palo Alto have the freshest fish served up just the way you like it?

Or do the crabcakes at , in Pacifica win your vote?

Let us know!

Below are the winners for each Peninsula city:

: , 600 Ralston Ave.

: , 60 Bay View Place

: , 973 E. Hillsdale Blvd.

: , 4210 Cabrillo Highway N.

: , 751 El Camino Real 

: , 448 Broadway

, , 100 Rockaway Beach Ave.

: , 3150 El Camino Real

: , 851 Veterans Blvd.

: , 461 El Camino Real

: , 716 Laurel St.

: , 1855 S. Norfolk St.

: , 425 Marina Blvd.

Congratulatons to all of our winners!

Check back Monday to vote on the best spot in town for Mother's Day Brunch.

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