Products

Fish

Chilean Sea Bass$28.99 / lb.
Simply delicious. You can bake, broil, or grill it, and it doesn't get ruined if cooked a little too long. No problem.
Tilapia$10.99 / lb.
Tilapia is quite versatile with its mild flavor and light, flaky texture. Saute, bake, broil, or use for fish tacos.
Salmon fillets Atlantic/Organic Norwegian/Ora King$14.99 / lb.
Salmon is of course a popular choice, and is easy to cook. Poach, bake, grill, broil, sautee - any method, really. Wild Alaskan salmon available when in season.$19.99 / lb.
$24.99 / lb.
Swordfish steaks$19.99 / lb.
A favorite for the broiler or grill. Salt, pepper, butter, lemon.
Tuna steaks$19.99 / lb.
Blacken with Cajun spices, sear with soy, sesame, ginger. Top it raw with some wasabi sauce. Chop for tartare or poke. Our fresh tuna is excellent in any number of recipes. Do NOT overcook!
Cod Loin$16.99 / lb.
Cod is a New England favorite. You can fry it, broil it, bake it, or put it in soups. Cod loin is a thicker, more uniform cut that will stand up to careful grilling.
Flounder$18.99 / lb.
Flounder is another versatile, mild, flakey white fish, which beautifully picks up the flavor of its topping, sauce, or marinade.
Rainbow Trout$6.00 / ea.
Our whole, boneless, butterflied rainbow trout are best fried, grilled or baked. 1 each per serving.
Squid$12.99 / lb.
Nothing else tastes like squid. Whether sauteed, fried, stuffed, or part of your favorite soup or stew, squid is a welcome addition to any menu.
Arctic Char$18.99 / lb.
Arctic char is similar to both trout and salmon. A mild salmon flavor with the light and flaky consistency of a trout, bringing the best qualities to one fish.
Bronzini$11.99 / lb.
Bronzini are European seabass, flown to us fresh from the Mediterranean Sea. It is a whole fish, scaled and gutted, with a fantastic flavor, usually grilled or baked.
Halibut$27.99 / lb.
Usually wild out of Alaska from April-October. A high quality, firm, mild whitefish ideal for the grill.
Rockfish$19.99 / lb.
Also known as striped bass. Sourced from the bay when available. It is another mild whitefish that can be grilled, broiled, or baked. Olive oil and Old Bay is all it needs.

Salt River Lobster

Bringing the freshest seafood to the DC/Bethesda area for over 25 years

We typically have the items below each week.  Prices are subject to change, and may be different (but typically not drastically so) than those listed here, but we try to keep up to date.


We also carry additional specials, depending on the season and market.  These might include wild Alaskan salmon,  soft shell crabs, shad & shad roe, moonfish, char, and others.

 

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