Seafood Friday Isn’t Just For Catholics

A COVER PHOTO FOR REPORTby Joey Stewart

Fish is an integral part of a healthy diet. While our good Catholic friends have a commanding reason to eat it today, so does everyone else. The FDA recommends that we each eat a minimum of 2-3 servings per week. You can knock out two of them today at lunch and dinner at these fine options here in Big D.  

Belly and trumpet peeky toe crab beignetsPeeky Toe Crab Beignets at Belly and Trumpet

Bolsa Skate WingSkate Wing Special at Bolsa

Boulevardier Striped BassStriped Bass at Boulevardier

Dallas Fish Market SalmonSalmon at Dallas Fish Market

Eddie Vs Shellfish TowerShellfish Tower at Eddie V’s

Fishbone Fried Clam PlatterFried Clam Platter at Fishbone    photo by Joey Stewart

Masami Bonito SaladBonito Salad at Masami    photo by Joey Stewart

Pappadeaux Lobster TailsLobster Tails at Pappadeaux

Rex's Kumamoto OystersKumamoto Oysters at Rex’s Seafood

Ser Hamachi CrudoHamachi (Yellowtail) Crudo at SER

Stampede 66 Oyster TacosOyster Tacos at Stampede 66     photo by Joey Stewart

Stephen Pyles CevicheTrio of Ceviche at Stephen Pyles

Tei An Uni RissotoSea Urchin Risotto with Scallops at Tei An     photo by Joey Stewart

Teppo Sashimi PlateSashimi Platter at Teppo       photo by Joey Stewart

Trulucks Stone Crab ClawsStone Crab Claws at Truluck’s

TJs Live Scallop SpecialLive Scallop Appetizer at TJ’s Fresh Seafood Market   photo by Joey Stewart

Yama Sushi Grilled SquidGrilled Whole Squid at Yama Sushi      photo by Joey Stewart

 

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One response to “Seafood Friday Isn’t Just For Catholics

  1. Bill

    Like these Friday seafood posts

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