Local Tide in Fremont mostly does seafood, but they also serve our favorite new burger of 2020 - with a juicy pork-and-beef patty, jammy caramelized onions, American cheese, and mayo on a squishy bun. That doesn’t mean you should overlook the seafood though - like little sesame shrimp toasts and a McDonald’s-style fishwich made with panko-breaded Dover sole. In a city known for seafood, this is where you should come if you want to want to eat something other than oysters or fish and chips.
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