Check Out What’s Fresh!



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FISH:

Native Striped Bass – Not Available

  • wild caught locally
  • short quota based season
  • firm flesh great grilled, broiled or roasted

Wild Salmon (Coho & King) – $19.99/lb

  • Wild Caught in Alaska and Washington State
  • Fresh never frozen
  • great baked poached or grilled
  • limited Season from June though September

Swordfish – $19.99/lb

  • Caught Domestically  and in Canada
  • Firm texture great for grilling broiling and baking
  • White Flaky consistency when cooked

Tuna – $17.99/lb

  • Fresh Caught wild Atlantic Big eye
  • Available year round
  • Great Grilled, Pan Seared or as sushi or sashimi

Halibut – Not Available

  • Fresh Atlantic Halibut steaks and Fillet
  • mild flavored whitefish
  • great on the grill or in the oven

Cod – $14.99/lb

  • Classic white fish
  • Great for: poaching, baking, fish and chips

Salmon – $13.99/lb

  • Farm raised in Canada, hearty fish
  • Great for: baking, searing, grilling

Haddock – $11.99/lb

  • White fish
  • Great for: poaching, baking, fish and chips

Arctic Char – $14.99/lb

  • lighter salmon flavor
  • high in Omega-3’s!
  • Great for: grilling, baking, poaching

Filet of Sole (Dover Sole)-  $21.99/lb

  • imported from England
  • light taste and texture
  • high in protein low in fat and mercury
  • great baked, poached or fried

(Flounder)- $16.99/lb (yellow Tail) $14.99/lb

  • White fish
  • Great for: poaching, baking or fried
Monk Fish – Not Available
  • A mild fish
  • also known as lazy man’s lobster
  • Firm texture (think lobster tail)
  • great for grilling, soups, baking and broiling

Smoked Salmon (pastrami style) – Not Available

  • Fully cooked and ready to eat
  • Great for – appetizers, dips

Smoked Bluefish  -$15.99/lb

  • Fully cooked and ready to eat
  • Great for – appetizers, dips

SHELLFISH, SCALLOPS and SHRIMP:

Shucked Oysters –  Not Available

Steamers – $6.00/lb or $12/qt

Little Necks – $6.00/lb

Mussels – $3.99/lb

Quahogs – $1.25/lb

Narragansett Oysters – $1.50/ea

Sakonnet Oysters –  $1.50/ea sold out

Sea Scallops – Market Price from $16.99-$19.99/lb

Wild Shrimp 13/15ct. – $16.95/lb

Cooked (Cocktail) Shrimp 16/20ct.- $12.99/lb /2lb bag $24.00/ea

Peeled and Deveined Shrimp 16/20ct. – $14.99/lb /2lb bag  $28.00/ea

Colossal Shrimp 8/10ct. –

Wild Shrimp (frozen) – $15.50/ea 1lb bag

FRESH LOBSTER:

Lobster Meat – $54.99/lb

  • Cooked and shelled
  • Perfect for lobster salad, pasta dishes, etc!

Chix (1-1.25 lbs) – $11.99/lb

Quarters (1.25-1.5 lbs) – $12.99/lb

Halves (1.5-1.75 lbs) – $13.99/lb

Selects (2-3 lbs) – $15.99/lb

Jumbos (3-6 lbs) – $12.99/lb

Culls (1 claw) – Not Available

Rock Crabs (aka Jonah Crabs) – $2.49/lb

Note: Sizes are estimates

PREPARED FOOD, SAUCES AND BATTERS

Stuffed Quahogs (mild and spicy) – $2.50/ea

Stuffed Scallops – $2.50/ea

Nice Catch Organic Smoked Bluefish Pâté -$11/ea

Crabmeat (local Jonah Crab)  $13/ea (8oz) $24.99/ea (16oz)

Assorted Crab/Seafood Dips – $4.99/ea

Ducktrap Sauces (Creamy Horseradish and Mustard Dill) – $4.99/ea

Ducktrap Smoked Mussels – $5.99/ea

Ducktrap Smoked Scallops – $7.99/ea

Ducktrap Smoked Trout (plain and peppered) – $8.00/ea

Panko Bread Crumbs-$3.99/ea

McCormick Fish fry (assorted) – $3.99/ea

Tartar Sauce – $3.99/ea

Cocktail Sauce (mild and spicy) – $3.99/ea

Clam Juice (46oz. can) – $3.25/ea

Lemons – $1/ea

MISCELLANEOUS

Oyster Knife (Shucking Knife) –

Clam Knife (for littlenecks and quahogs) –

Clam boil bags (10 cheesecloths per bag) – $3.00/ea

Shrimp Deveiner

Lobster Claw Crackers

Barbecue Skewers

Reusable Cooler Bag

Lobster Bibs

Westport Lobster Co. T-Shirts

14 thoughts on “Check Out What’s Fresh!

    1. Amy,

      Thanks for your interest…unfortunately we do not cater. We deal in mostly fresh fish…we do have some prepared food such as lobster salad, smoked fish etc. However we could supply you with the fish or shellfish you need…if u would like to place an order please call 1(508) 636-8500.

      Thanks again,
      Jay Chaves (manager)

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  1. Lynda Pressley says:

    Hello this is Lynda (Rosinha) Pressley.
    I live in SC. Don’t laugh but what is the clams called you use in a boil? Also can I order on here and have them shipped? Please email me at lyndafusaro@yahoo.com

    Thank you,
    Lynda Pressley

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