On the Menu: In the mood for seafood? Head over to The Fish Market where fresh is the word of the day

By Kelley Carlson
Patrons of The Fish Market restaurant in Solana Beach seem to be hooked on the fresh catch offered daily. Whether it’s in the retail market or in the dining area, there’s something for everyone — from species in season to locally caught varieties like swordfish.

For the entire story, click on:

http://www.lajollalight.com/2011/10/28/in-the-mood-for-seafood-head-over-to-the-fish-market-where-fresh-is-the-word-of-the-day/

For the recipe, visit:

http://www.lajollalight.com/2011/10/28/on-the-menu-recipe-the-fish-market’s-garlic-prawns/

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