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The Fishery

5040 Cass St. (Opal St.) Send to Phone
858-272-9985 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
Favorite in Pacific Beach for freshly caught, sustainable seafood set in a restored vintage warehouse.
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The Fishery Restaurant Review

: Founded by Judd and Mary Anne Brown, this premium-seafood market and restaurant is a local’s favorite and worth the drive even if you don't live in Pacific Beach. The Fishery also serves a variety of freshly prepared dishes using daily off-the-boat inventory. Chef Paul Arias changes the menu according to the season, as well as what has been caught, meaning only the best of what the earth’s oceans have to offer is available at any given time, paired with organic locally produced fruits and vegetables. Make the most of the high-quality ingredients by ordering ceviche, lightly seared ahi or oysters on the half shell. Cooked entrées that keep us coming back include the roasted wild salmon with miso-saké sauce, macadamia-crusted halibut with white corn purée and blackened mahi mahi with seasonal vegetables. Smart choices for lunch include littleneck clam chowder, a grilled swordfish sandwich with chipotle-lime marinade, and ceviche tostados.

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Fishery Restaurant
by splive on Tue Mar 30, 2010 1:38 pm
 
We went for lunch and there was no wait. The shrimp and chips were very tasty; the coleslaw was also good and refreshingly different.
The fish soup (not the chowder) was really tasty, with chunks of real, tender fish. The lemonade wasn't the best, but I really came for the food!
Ambiance was good; not too loud. Waiter was attentive, as was the bus boy/food runner.
 
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