If you're feeling crabby about a fatty diet, claw your way to a seafood establishment -- that's according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest. Seafood restaurants offer a greater variety of healthful meals than others, the group said today. Still, once you're there, stick to items that are baked, broiled, blackened, grilled or steamed. Seafood that's fried or covered with rich sauce isn't just high in fat -- it's high in artery-clogging fat, because many seafood restaurants, like Red Lobster, fry fish in partially hydrogenated oil, the group says. The center is the same group that said Chinese, Mexican and Italian food are no-nos for those watching their fat grams.