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Try TJ’s Seafood At Veritas

Maine-lobsterby Steven Doyle

If you are a regular reader of craveDFW you know that we are super fans of TJ’s Seafood Market located on Preston at Forest Lane, and the new location on  Oak Lawn Across from Al Biernat’s restaurant. The reason is simple, the proprietor Jon Alexis flies his seafood in every day, all day. He buys in quantities that sell quickly so nothing remains each day. We liked our beef aged, but not our snapper.

Alexis has teamed up with the boys at Veritas Wine Room  (located on Henderson in Dallas) the third Sunday of each month to provide a lobster bake that includes a whole lobster,   potatoes, corn, clams, mussels, sausage, etc. for $30. That shindig starts at 5:30 on the third Sunday of each month. There are plenty f great beers or wines t pair this dinner up with, so don’t miss that.  But wait, there is a mega dinner planned or this weekend… Continue reading

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Cool Deal On Some Cool Lobster This Weekend At Sea Breeze

Maine-lobsterby Jennifer Thomas

Any time the temperature tops 100 degrees, I like to pretend I’m somewhere else.  Like really  far away.  But this year, a trip to the Hamptons is out of the question.  But Plano-based Sea Breeze Fish Market & Grill is offering the next best thing.  This Sunday, June 30, Sea Breeze is hosting a New England style Lobster Bake.  Continue reading

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TJ’s Offers Lobster Bake At Veritas Wine Room

by Steven Doyle

No surprise that TJ’s Seafood Market does some incredible things with, well, seafood. Jon Alexis makes it his personal lot in life to ensure that you are eating your fair share of fish and other sea critters.

Alexis has been flying in some terrific species of fish as of late, and soon will have Nantucket Bay Scallops and Stone Crab (both delayed because of Sandy). However, both locations are always jammed packed with unique offerings, and we told you about the new location that offers plated food like that kick ass lobster roll we keep squawking about.    Continue reading

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