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Tips for Choosing Good Fish at a Seafood Restaurant
When you are selecting fish at a seafood market or restaurant, there are a few things to keep in mind. Refer to the following important tips to make the best purchase for your money:

Tip #1: Buy in-season fish.
Purchasing fish that is in season will help to ensure that you are buying fresh food. Depending on your market area, most popular saltwater fish such as tuna or flounder has a very long season which is sometimes continuous. Freshwater fish will be more specific to your region, on the other hand. For example, if you are looking for bass in the United States' New England region, most species are best caught from the spring through the fall.

Tip #2: Check for freshness.
When you are at the market, or selecting from your restaurant's display, there are a few things to look for. If a whole fish is on your list, check for lustrous, whole scales and bright pink gills. You can also smell the fish for freshness. Fresh seafood should not smell "fishy" but have a light, fresh sea aroma. When buying fillets, look for bright, firm flesh. Avoid any pieces with gapes or discoloration. Any darker flesh should be bright pink or red in color.

Tip #3: Store your purchase properly.
Fresh fish often needs to be cooked and eaten within the first two or three days of purchase. Other varieties can be rinsed, wrapped, and sealed in an air-tight container for freezing. However, with some seafood, such as clams and mussels, freezing can negatively affect the flavor. If you are freezing molluscs, you should cook them rather than eating them raw.

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Summer Shack Restaurant
1 Mohegan Sun Blvd, Uncasville, CT 06382
Summer Shack is located on the second floor. This high energy restaurant has seating for up to 350,with a private dining room for up to 60. Fabulous Raw Bar and specialty seafood.
(860) 862-9500
Sakura Japanese Restaurant
680 Post Rd E, Westport, CT 06880
Authentic Japanese restaurant is a full service dining establishment. We have hibachi-style cooking where the chef cooks at your table, traditional food, a sushi bar, and rooms where you sit on the floor, Japanense style.
(203) 222-0802
Vienna Restaurant & Historic Inn
14 South St, Southbridge, MA 01550
Our family style restaurant has something for everyone. Everything is on our menu, including pizza, seafood, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Take out and delivery options are available.
(508) 764-0700
Fish and Chips LLC
276 E Main St, Middletown, CT 06457
(860) 358-9714
Royal Fish and Chips
1231 E Main St Ste 10, Meriden, CT 06450
(203) 630-1730
Caroline Meat Market & Seafood
310 E Main St, Meriden, CT 06450
(203) 440-4904
Red Lobster
1324 Silas Deane Hwy, Wethersfield, CT 06109
(860) 257-1115
Bonefish Grill
2909 Berlin Tpke, Newington, CT 06111
(860) 878-6812
J. Gilbert's Wood-Fired Steaks and Seafood
185 Glastonbury Blvd, Glastonbury, CT 06033
(860) 659-0409
Simply Seafood
25 Laurel Ridge Trl, Killingworth, CT 06419
(860) 663-0995
Yellowfins Seafood Grille
1027 S Main St, Cheshire, CT 06410
(203) 250-9999
Close Harbour Seafood
959 Meriden Waterbury Tpke, Plantsville, CT 06479
(860) 621-7334
Long John Silver's
167 New Britain Ave, Plainville, CT 06062
(860) 747-6462
J's Crabshack
2074 Park St, Hartford, CT 06106
(860) 231-9545
Aquaterra Seafood Restaurant
253 East St, Plainville, CT 06062
(860) 793-1600

In this day and age, we have many fine food selections to choose from. Seafood restaurants are just one small category of this—a very delicious category. These restaurants will generally offer tasty options of fresh fish captured directly from the ocean prepared in several forms of unique recipes. They also cater to different types of dining, from fine dining to a casual night out. You can spend a romantic dinner at a restaurant on the beach, enjoying oysters, clams, calamari or scallops. On the other hand, you can also visit the local lobster bar and grill, where it is usually a more casual environment, serving peanuts and beer for a side dish and beverage. If you stop by the local pier, you can usually find small restaurants serving fresh fish, lobster, and seafood buffets on weekend mornings. These small places have some of the best crab dishes on their menus that can be found anywhere! If you live in a costal town, make an adventure out of finding a new seafood diner to visit. Take a trip up the cost and hit the spot that seems the most appealing. However, if you are looking for a specific type of dish, try asking friends and family members if they have suggestions of places they have recently visited. Maybe that restaurant has the clam chowder that you would kill for! If you can't find a restaurant this way, check out restaurants on the internet. You can either search for a seafood bar close to you, or try and find one in the town where you and your family will be vacationing. Once you find a place that sounds promising, call ahead and make a reservation to be sure they have a table and a basket of fried shrimp waiting for you!
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