October is National Seafood Month

By October 10, 2016 No Comments

October is National Seafood Month. Grab a few friends or loved ones and set sail to find San Diego’s iconic dishes from the sea.  Head on over to Bracero Cocina de Raiz for the Grilled Octopus, assorted with Meyer lemon, olives, crispy garbanzo beans, yuzu roasted peanuts and jalapeno. Or try the Pan Seared Fish of the Day with red pipian, a black bean puree, seasonal mushrooms and verdolaga. At The Fish Shop in Pacific Beach and Encinitas, customize your palate by building your own dish such as tacos, a salad, a sandwich or plate with freshly caught fish in a marinade or seasoning of your choosing. The Fish Shop, established in 2010, has become a local favorite and a hub for the freshest fish in each of their locations. In a rush to get home but still need a plan for dinner? Stop at The Fish Shop market to order the daily catch selections to make in the comfort of your own kitchen. Como Ceviche!, a fast-casual eatery of ceviche recipes inspired from Peru, Ecuador, Columbia and Chile, brings locally sourced fish, calamari, octopus and shrimp to their ceviche that can be prepared as a bowl, salad or wrap with a variety of flavorful ingredients for a memorable dining experience. Searching for a blend of Mediterranean and Mexican seafood? Romesco Mexiterranean Bistro is one of San Diego’s top destinations for “Mex-Med” cuisines. The award-winning ‘Paella’ is mixed with shrimp, clams, mussels, calamari, chicken, pork short rib, and Spanish chorizo. Or try dishes such as the Salmon Linguini and the Baja California Lobster Ravioli. Enjoy a pairing of seafood and beer for a savory happy hour at Common Theory Public House in Kearny Mesa. Order the Shrimp and Crab “Po Boy” Flatbread or the 1 LB. Mussels with an American Pale Ale or IPA for a fresh mix. Be shore to stop by one of these five restaurants and treat your palate to a tasty delica-sea! 

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