Sometimes the fish don’t bite. If they don’t, we don’t get to either. Not all selections are always available, and sometimes we get other catches as well...
eat here not only has fish jumping in an abundance of selections, portions, preparations and pricing … the fish are real fish, wild-caught from American producers.
It is becoming increasingly important to know where our fish are coming from. Over 85% of the seafood consumed in america now comes from Asia. Of that 85%, only about 2% of it is inspected.
key west mahi cajun dusted, finished with key lime dill
Lighter Portion 12
butter and capers
wild atlantic salmon oven roasted with horseradish cream
Lighter Portion 16
clearsprings trout each restaurant has their own very special preparation...check with your waiter guide
clams fire roasted, white wine, garlic butter, red peppers, andouille sausage and a little sea salt from Aron Welch’s clam farm in Terra Ceia bay
pan-cooked mussels kissed with beurre blanc, topped with frites
shrimpcargots with a little collard green and smoked bacon
gulf shrimp mosca’d – pan-seared, with garlic butter, chardonnay and rosemary
Lighter Portion 11
gulf coast seafood stew fresh market fish, shrimp, clams, mussels and andouille sausage in zuppa broth, with fingerlings