Seafood – Valona Shrimp http://valonashrimp.com/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 22:14:46 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://valonashrimp.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-120x120.jpg Seafood – Valona Shrimp http://valonashrimp.com/ 32 32 Fuel prices impact seafood costs https://valonashrimp.com/fuel-prices-impact-seafood-costs/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 22:14:46 +0000 https://valonashrimp.com/fuel-prices-impact-seafood-costs/ MOBILE COUNTY, Ala. (WKRG) – The price of fuel is hitting the dinner table as seafood prices, especially shrimp, rise due to record fuel prices across the country. Those in the shrimp industry say they see fuel prices triple from last year. Buying seafood is a part of life on the Gulf Coast. The manager […]]]>

MOBILE COUNTY, Ala. (WKRG) – The price of fuel is hitting the dinner table as seafood prices, especially shrimp, rise due to record fuel prices across the country.

Those in the shrimp industry say they see fuel prices triple from last year.

Buying seafood is a part of life on the Gulf Coast.

“I like to have shrimp, I like to have snapper,” said Victoria Wilson, who bought seafood.

But right now, many are starting to see the cost of seafood being higher than normal. “I’ve noticed the prices have gone up,” Wilson said.

“Customers need to spend more money on the food they like. Where maybe last year at this time they were spending $3 on a product, now they’re spending $5,” said Arian Belt, director of DIP Seafood and Mudbugs.

Marine fuel prices are skyrocketing to record highs across the country and this is impacting not only anglers, but also seafood retailers and their customers.

“The boats that catch the prawns, they have to spend a lot more money on gas, which in turn drives up our prices, the prices on us, and then we have to charge the public more because of the prices gasoline,” Belt said. He continued, “We rely on our fishermen to bring in fresh produce, and they spend more on gasoline, we have to take care of them like they take care of us.

Some customers start shopping for the best prices, but are still willing to spend a little more for their favorite dish.

“Being here on the Gulf Coast, I love my seafood, I’m kind of one of those, I’m going to pay the price,” Wilson said.

While some seafood prices are rising, others, such as crayfish, are falling as the end of the season approaches.

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White Shrimp Market Size 2029 https://valonashrimp.com/white-shrimp-market-size-2029/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 16:25:01 +0000 https://valonashrimp.com/white-shrimp-market-size-2029/ New Jersey, United States – The white shrimp market The research report examines the market in detail over the predicted period. The research is divided into sections, each of which includes analysis of market trends and changes. Drivers, limitations, opportunities, and barriers, as well as the impact of numerous aspects on the industry, are all […]]]>

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Nami Kaze Launches New Seafood-Focused Brunch at Pier 38 https://valonashrimp.com/nami-kaze-launches-new-seafood-focused-brunch-at-pier-38/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 20:05:57 +0000 https://valonashrimp.com/nami-kaze-launches-new-seafood-focused-brunch-at-pier-38/ Brunch is not so much a meal as an occasion. Whether we’re celebrating someone or in dire need of life support in the form of food and alcohol (more often than not), we can always count on a solid brunch to provide what we need. Jason Peel’s Nami Kaze Izakaya & Sushi Bar does just […]]]>

Brunch is not so much a meal as an occasion. Whether we’re celebrating someone or in dire need of life support in the form of food and alcohol (more often than not), we can always count on a solid brunch to provide what we need. Jason Peel’s Nami Kaze Izakaya & Sushi Bar does just that (except for the booze) and more.

If brunch at an izakaya sounds like an oxymoron, it’s the first catering service for Peel and his team, who soft-opened Nami Kaze in January with take-out bento boxes and poke bowls. ‘okazuya. The brunch menu, accessible exclusively via a laser-etched QR code on a wooden board, is extensive and reads very well. Our brunch group had a hard time deciding what we wanted to eat first. It might be better to order in sets rather than all at once, because you will literally want to try everything.


SEE ALSO: First Look: Nami Kaze, Okazuya Style Now, Izakaya Later


Photo: Thomas Obungen

The extra-thick slab Custard French Toast ($18) had us with bright lime mango coulis and coconut tapioca. The buttery brioche-like bread made by Peel’s wife, pastry chef Beverly Luk, soaks up custard in all her little pockets. The top shimmers with a wonderful texture of sago pearls, toasted coconut shavings, edible flowers and candied nuts.

Honey Walnut Shrimp and Waffles ($22) bridges the gap between sweet and salty. The twice-baked brown butter waffle resists crispy fried shrimp pieces dressed with apple slices, clusters of candied walnuts and maple syrup.

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Photo: Thomas Obungen

Omelets take the form of Chinese-style steamed eggs served in bowls and topped rather than filled. We order the mentaiko ($22), which also includes tomatoes, soy-marinated zuke ikura, and parmesan cheese. Other toppings include mushrooms, shrimp with crispy chili, and mapo atsuage, or spicy fried tofu. Dig through layers of umami to a jiggly, eggy nirvana. Stacked on toasted sourdough, these omelets make a great appetizer.

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Mentaiko omelet. Photo: Thomas Obungen

You can opt for white rice instead, but we found a side of hash browns ($6) to be the best vessel. Crispy potato sticks arrive stacked like a Lincoln Log cabin.


SEE ALSO: Istanbul adds Mediterranean brunch to weekends at Kaka’ako


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Hash browns. Photo: Thomas Obungen

Nami Kaze’s Eggs Benedict ($23) makes you realize that the starch component of most Benedict is an afterthought. Peel’s version replaces tired English muffins with crispy Hong Kong-style prawn toast. Poached eggs swimming in Hollandaise sauce are served in a bowl for whisking and dipping, a treat that keeps the toast crispy and the eggs warm. I like the sharing aspect, which makes it easier to try more dishes.

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Photo: Thomas Obungen

And since it’s peak time for tomatoes, Hau’ula Summer Tomato Salad is a must. Fried tofu, juicy tomatoes, wonton strips and watercress marinated in a green onion and fresh ginger sauce with a sprinkle of shoyu zuke. We cleaned this bowl.

Now we are tapping, but we haven’t even scratched the surface. There’s always the Japanese Teishoku Breakfast Sets ($25-$34) and People’s Choice ($24), which includes Nami Kaze’s favorite ginger fried chicken okazuya and a choice of ‘ahi poke. ‘ costs. There’s also an assortment of moriawase sashimi, chirashi bowls, sushi rolls, and seafood sandwiches that we’re too full to even consider.

We tell Peel that every dish we tried was full of love. Peel says coming to work every day is like coming home to a house full of friends and family. If brunch is any indication of how Nami Kaze arrives dinner service could play, we keep our eyes peeled. Peel says it’s coming very soon.

Open Wednesday through Friday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 1135 N. Nimitz Highway, (808) 888-6264, opentable.com/r/nami-kaze-honolulu, @namikaze.hi

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The largest seafood restaurant owned by a black woman has just opened in New York https://valonashrimp.com/the-largest-seafood-restaurant-owned-by-a-black-woman-has-just-opened-in-new-york/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 22:00:15 +0000 https://valonashrimp.com/the-largest-seafood-restaurant-owned-by-a-black-woman-has-just-opened-in-new-york/ The largest black woman-owned seafood restaurant in New York City has officially opened. Tonique Clay is the founder and owner of Krab Queenz & Seafood. She launched the brand in 2017 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and it has only grown since opening. RELATED: This Black Traveler Couple Just Created the Largest Black-Owned Airbnb Listing Five […]]]>

The largest black woman-owned seafood restaurant in New York City has officially opened.

Tonique Clay is the founder and owner of Krab Queenz & Seafood. She launched the brand in 2017 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and it has only grown since opening.

RELATED: This Black Traveler Couple Just Created the Largest Black-Owned Airbnb Listing

Five years later, there are over eight locations in the South and now in New York with the opening of Hello Krab Queenz Harlem.

The 11,000 square foot location takes over space previously occupied by Harlem Olive Garden on 125th Street. This is Clay’s first franchise in the Northeast.

“Krab Queenz is a brand that prides itself on providing an excellent dining experience for each of our customers. We want our customers to feel like family in our establishments in addition to offering our delicious recipes. It’s the thing to do in the South. said Clay.

She adds, “We plan to raise the bar with the Harlem site. Being in Black Mecca, we have planned several events to celebrate, give back and engage local communities, and it is a blessing to open in Harlem. Yet it is an even greater blessing to be able to give.

The Big Easy meets the Big Apple

Just because the brand is expanding up north, you’ll still find all the southern favorites on the Harlem menu, including PO Boys lobster or gator and boiled seafood.

Another southern favorite you’ll see on the menu in Harlem? Black pudding and waffle dishes served with your choice of fried shrimp, lobster, alligator or fish.

The Harlem site is open Monday through Wednesday from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Thursday through Sunday from 3 p.m. to midnight.

RELATED: 50 of 50: The Best Black-Owned Seafood Spots in Every State

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The Seafood Lover opens on South Sterling Boulevard https://valonashrimp.com/the-seafood-lover-opens-on-south-sterling-boulevard/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 15:09:24 +0000 https://valonashrimp.com/the-seafood-lover-opens-on-south-sterling-boulevard/ A new seafood restaurant has opened in Sterling with a huge menu with a strong Thai influence. It’s called The seafood lover and it is located in a commercial building on South Sterling Boulevard. The Seafood Lover opened a few weeks ago. If you haven’t noticed, we don’t blame you. The Seafood Lover took over […]]]>

A new seafood restaurant has opened in Sterling with a huge menu with a strong Thai influence. It’s called The seafood lover and it is located in a commercial building on South Sterling Boulevard.

The Seafood Lover opened a few weeks ago. If you haven’t noticed, we don’t blame you. The Seafood Lover took over a restaurant space that had a very similar name – The Shrimp Lover.

According to the former restaurant’s website, The Shrimp Lover was founded in 2010 and moved on-site to 22510 Sterling Blvd South in 2018. After four years, the owners announced they were closing and new operators were taking over. This is the new Seafood Lover brand.

The Seafood Lover’s extensive menu includes octopus legs with spicy mayonnaise, grilled whole squid with a spicy lime sauce, Rockefeller oysters, fish and chips and even a whole garlic fried lobster.

The Seafood Lover also offers a Create Your Own Bucket option, where you choose your favorite seafood, flavor and spice level.

There are also many Thai dishes, including Pad Thai, Thai Fried Rice and Ka Prow Crispy Shrimp. You can read more about The Seafood Lover’s food and bar menu below.

Images: the seafood lover

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Restaurants bet on seafood promotions to boost summer sales https://valonashrimp.com/restaurants-bet-on-seafood-promotions-to-boost-summer-sales/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 19:33:14 +0000 https://valonashrimp.com/restaurants-bet-on-seafood-promotions-to-boost-summer-sales/ With restaurant traffic declining due to inflation, many restaurants in the United States are offering special seafood menus and dishes to support sales for the summer. Food inflation and rising costs caused the average price of a restaurant meal to rise 9% in April compared to April 2019, according to the NPD Group. This price […]]]>

With restaurant traffic declining due to inflation, many restaurants in the United States are offering special seafood menus and dishes to support sales for the summer.

Food inflation and rising costs caused the average price of a restaurant meal to rise 9% in April compared to April 2019, according to the NPD Group. This price increase coincided with a 4% drop in restaurant visits in April.

Full-service meal prices have risen 8.7% and takeout prices have risen 7.2% over the past 12 months, according to Consumer price index The data.

“Rising prices are putting pressure on consumers which is contributing to the slowdown in the restaurant industry. For many consumers, it is more affordable to eat at home,” NPD food industry adviser David Portalatin said in a press release. “This is when carriers need to demonstrate their value to consumers struggling with inflation and be solution-oriented to help consumers meet needs at all stages of life.”

However, consumer spending at restaurants rose 1% in April due to inflation, NPD Group found. And industry experts are optimistic about restaurant sales this year due to pent-up consumer demand.

To spur interest in dining out, many independent restaurants and chain restaurants have increased seafood offerings for the summer, and many are offering seafood at a bargain price.

For example, Taco del Mar, based in Denver, Colorado, USA, is bringing back its annual summer lobster taco offerings. Customers can choose between its classic lobster taco, served with white Baja sauce and pico de gallo, or the tropical lobster taco, served with mango salsa and cilantro-lime dressing.

“We’re always inspired by coastal flavors and love seeing customers embrace those flavors, especially when the temperature starts to turn up,” Vice President of Culinary Innovation Mike Gieseman said in a press release.

Cheyenne, Wyoming-based Taco John’s is offering a three-for-US$6.00 (EUR5.70) deal on its new Mango Shrimp Street Tacos. The limited-time offer includes crispy shrimp, store-fresh mango pico de gallo, chimichurri sour cream and lettuce, wrapped in a soft cornmeal mix tortilla.

“Mango Shrimp Street Tacos in assorted flavors are the perfect menu item for those with an adventurous palate looking for a bold, elevated experience at an incredible price,” Taco John’s said in a press release.

Chili’s Grill & Bar is another restaurant chain focused on value-conscious diners, which recently launched a “3 for me” promotion. You can order personalized meals including a soft drink, appetizer and main course, starting at 10.99 USD (10.46 EUR). The promotion includes new dishes such as baked seafood pasta and carne asada.

Pokeworks, based in Irvine, California, USA, is teaming up with surimi supplier Aquamar for a limited-time spicy and crispy surimi bowl. A portion of the proceeds from each bowl sold over the summer will “demonstrate the brands’ shared support for the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities,” Pokeworks said in a press release.

“This partnership will not only be represented in the premium plant-based surimi and seafood offerings, but in the ethics and conscience around their joint support of Heart of Dinner, a non-profit organization which serves meals to food-insecure Asian seniors in New York,” Pokeworks said.

Orlando, Florida, USA regional restaurateur Marlow’s Tavern is also offering several new seafood dishes on its summer menu, including blackened fish, with “Paul’s secret spices”, rice basmati, maque choux (okra, corn, red pepper and onion), and tomato beurre blanc; Grilled Atlantic salmon with dill cream, fresh quinoa tabbouleh and extra virgin olive oil; and Carol’s Lobster Roll, which features steamed lobster, old bay, and chives served Maine or Connecticut style on a brioche bun.

Urban Plates, based in Del Mar, California, USA, specializing in “healthy, made-from-scratch meals at affordable prices”, recently unveiled two new dishes made with sustainably caught and of wild ahi tuna, the company said in a press release. Release.

His roasted barramundi sea bass plate features herb-crusted, BAP-certified barramundi sea bass marinated in a cilantro-lime sauce, garnished with fresh herbs, then roasted in the oven and finished with a lemon hollandaise sauce made home. Urban Plates’ new Wild Ahi Nicoise Salad features line-caught tuna, crusted and pan-fried organic artisanal lettuce, green beans, chopped organic eggs, organic tomatoes, seasoned Yukon Gold potatoes, capers, marinated olives and house mustard -champenoise vinaigrette.

Meanwhile, Bonefish Grill, based in Tampa, Florida, USA, is offering wood-grilled shrimp skewers with a herb-and-citrus marinade, plus rice and broccoli for $17.90 ($17). .00 EUR).

Photos courtesy of Urban Plates and Taco del Mar

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Grieg Seafood: WWF, Storebrand, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research and Grieg Seafood launch case study to tackle nature-related risks in aquaculture https://valonashrimp.com/grieg-seafood-wwf-storebrand-norwegian-institute-for-nature-research-and-grieg-seafood-launch-case-study-to-tackle-nature-related-risks-in-aquaculture/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 10:02:07 +0000 https://valonashrimp.com/grieg-seafood-wwf-storebrand-norwegian-institute-for-nature-research-and-grieg-seafood-launch-case-study-to-tackle-nature-related-risks-in-aquaculture/ As companies and financial institutions await the results of the Working Group’s framework on nature-related financial disclosures for nature-related risks, this study demonstrates that it is already possible for aquaculture companies to report on factors that could pose a nature risk to the business itself. and its financiers. Most businesses depend on nature for their […]]]>

As companies and financial institutions await the results of the Working Group’s framework on nature-related financial disclosures for nature-related risks, this study demonstrates that it is already possible for aquaculture companies to report on factors that could pose a nature risk to the business itself. and its financiers.

Most businesses depend on nature for their operation and, at the same time, impact nature through their operations. Increasingly, businesses and financial institutions recognize that the loss of nature and biodiversity is a source of so-called nature-related risks, i.e. when changes in the environment, as well as relevant changes in regulations, policies, markets and society in general can impact businesses. It is therefore crucial that companies improve their understanding of nature-related risks and begin to reduce their negative impacts on nature and ecosystems.

Based on a real-life exercise, WWF, Storebrand Asset Management, the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research and Grieg Seafood explored how currently available information on salmon farming can be used to inform investors in the seafood industry. the sea on the main nature-related risks, such as the impact on biodiversity or water quality. The project also identified areas for improvement, such as the lack of comparable quantitative measures, definitions, and a framework for objective reporting on addictions.

However, the study shows that it is possible to obtain an indication of a salmon farming company’s exposure to natural hazards as well as the mitigation efforts made.

The methodological approach that was explored has the potential to encompass all aquaculture species globally, including the most common species such as shrimp, tilapia and salmon.

Andreas Kvame, CEO of Grieg Seafood ASA, said:

“We believe food from the ocean can be part of the solution, but only if we do it right and responsibly. We recognize that we depend on ecosystem services to function, and also that our production impacts nature. This case study was a learning experience on how nature-related risks are relevant to us. Grieg Seafood remains committed to reducing our footprint and improving fish welfare through improved operations. and developing new agricultural technologies. Understanding and mitigating nature’s risks is key to achieving these goals, and with this case study and our engagement with TNFD, we have begun that journey.”

Jan Erik Saugestad, CEO of Storebrand Asset Management, said:

The global economy depends on the services provided by nature. Businesses and financial institutions need to fully understand natural risks to make good business decisions. This pilot project shows how companies can provide meaningful data on their impacts and dependencies on nature. As an investor, this type of reporting helps us assess risks and opportunities and channel our investments into the most sustainable companies.”

Karoline Andaur, CEO of WWF Norway, comments:

“Our economy has a huge impact on nature and, at the same time, is highly dependent on healthy ecosystems. Nature risk is a concept that is gaining traction in the world of business and finance. However, few d concrete actions are still being taken.While assessing nature-related risks is a complex issue, this pilot project demonstrates that it is already possible for a company to start communicating meaningful information about its nature-related risks.With this report, we want to inspire more businesses and financial institutions to start taking steps to assess their dependencies and impacts on nature.

Norunn Myklebust, CEO of the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research says:

The concept of nature risk represents an interesting, yet complex and challenging approach to assessing the risks or threats to businesses due to nature and the risks to nature due to businesses. This pilot project can be seen as an important first step against the development of a more general natural hazard assessment system, which could be highly relevant and useful for a range of stakeholders.

The case study is available here.

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Try Crispy Fried Seafood at Monte’s in Toms River, New Jersey https://valonashrimp.com/try-crispy-fried-seafood-at-montes-in-toms-river-new-jersey/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 16:05:41 +0000 https://valonashrimp.com/try-crispy-fried-seafood-at-montes-in-toms-river-new-jersey/ Posted in New Jersey To eat June 06, 2022 by Kim Magaraci New Jersey is a state with lots of coastline, so it’s easy to see why you can find great seafood here. With such easy access to the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay, as well as ports that ship […]]]>



New Jersey is a state with lots of coastline, so it’s easy to see why you can find great seafood here. With such easy access to the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay, as well as ports that ship fresh catches from around the world, we have world-class seafood establishments to choose from. However, some of the best places to gorge on fish aren’t upscale, glitzy waterfront steakhouses! Here in New Jersey, you’ll find some of the tastiest seafood in the most unexpected places.

Stop and try the dishes of Fried fish from Monte and you’ll enjoy one of Ocean County’s best kept secrets. This seafood shack is sure to become one of your favorite places to stop for a meal whenever you’re in town.

Address: Monte’s Fish Fry & Seafood Market, 2119 Whitesville Rd, Toms River, NJ 08755, USA

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Ay, Chabela, seafood restaurant in Roosevelt Row, Phoenix https://valonashrimp.com/ay-chabela-seafood-restaurant-in-roosevelt-row-phoenix/ Fri, 03 Jun 2022 19:07:00 +0000 https://valonashrimp.com/ay-chabela-seafood-restaurant-in-roosevelt-row-phoenix/ PHOENIX, AZ – Brothers Andrew and Nick Renteria running Tacos Chubasco of the Killer Whale Sex Club in downtown Phoenix are gearing up to open a new restaurant this summer called Yes, Shabela. The new concept of the Roosevelt Row arts district will be operated by the Renteria brothers and by Sam Olguin. FOOD AND […]]]>

PHOENIX, AZ – Brothers Andrew and Nick Renteria running Tacos Chubasco of the Killer Whale Sex Club in downtown Phoenix are gearing up to open a new restaurant this summer called Yes, Shabela.

The new concept of the Roosevelt Row arts district will be operated by the Renteria brothers and by Sam Olguin.

FOOD AND DRINKS
Yes, Shabela plans to have Mexican-inspired cuisine (especially seafood-based (mariscos)) and it will have a “heavy cocktail” concept that will be agave-based.

“The mariscos menu we want to do… it will definitely be the first thing we come up with just to offer something different here on Roosevelt Row,” Andrew Renteria said. “So agua peppers and ceviche…hopefully we can offer the fish taco and the shrimp taco we want to make…[but] the only reason we say it’s all kind of tentative is because of space. It’s a very small kitchen, so we’re still doing research and development on what we can manage to get out of this kitchen, because we’re also planning to do the prep here for Chubasco [Tacos] as well.”

THE DAY OF THE DEAD

While there are a lot of details to work out and confirm for the new restaurant, Renterias revealed that before “there are heavy renovations” there will be a lot of interior decoration. The brothers told ABC15 that the interior of the building will be Dia De Los Muertos themed, colorful but weakly muted.

The centerpiece of the restaurant will be an ofrendawhich is an altar used to honor deceased loved ones.

Jose Luis Magana/AP

The installation “An Ofrenda for Dolores del Rio” by artist Amalia Mesa-Bains is shown during a press tour of the exhibition “Our America: The Latino Presence in America Art”, Thursday, October 24, 2013, at the Smithsonian’s American Art Museum in Washington. The museum exhibits works by 72 modern Latin artists, hoping to showcase talents long considered isolated and foreign. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

AY, CHABELA

According to Andrew Renteria, the restaurant’s name comes from an inside joke that involves a friend and his wife.

“My wife, her name is Isabel. So every time we went out he said Yes, Shabela…and he was mentioning a song. I had never heard of this song before…until recently when we were thinking about a name for this one,” said Renteria who added that Antonio Aguilar’s song sets the “mood” for the current restaurant.

WHERE TO GO

  • The exact date of the opening of Yes, Shabela is not yet announced.
  • The Renteria brothers will share what awaits them Yes, Shabela on the Chubasco Tacos Instagram page.
  • Location: 719 E Roosevelt St. in Phoenix

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Steakhouse with seafood and outdoor Daiquiri bar in Navarre https://valonashrimp.com/steakhouse-with-seafood-and-outdoor-daiquiri-bar-in-navarre/ Thu, 02 Jun 2022 23:07:48 +0000 https://valonashrimp.com/steakhouse-with-seafood-and-outdoor-daiquiri-bar-in-navarre/ posted on June 2, 2022 by Romy White Over the years, Executive Chef Clint Boutwell has perfected his signature steak preparation technique, earning him the Oxford Eagle’s ‘Best Steak’ award for 9 of the past 10 years. Photo courtesy of the Grillehouse. East River Smokehouse was sold […]]]>


posted on June 2, 2022 by Romy White




Over the years, Executive Chef Clint Boutwell has perfected his signature steak preparation technique, earning him the Oxford Eagle’s ‘Best Steak’ award for 9 of the past 10 years. Photo courtesy of the Grillehouse.

East River Smokehouse was sold to restaurateur Clint Boutwell, a chef who currently owns six Mississippi restaurants, including three steakhouses. Boutwell aims to open an outdoor daiquiri bar on the waterfront deck by July 4 and an upscale indoor steakhouse by September, after a total interior renovation.

Boutwell, who has resided in Gulf Breeze for about a year, is now hiring staff for Mango Mary’s, a daiquiri bar named after his daughter, which will join operations this summer. The bar will also serve Southern-style seafood, feature 4-5 daiquiri machines, and feature live entertainment and cornhole tournaments.

He plans to temporarily close the indoor restaurant during a total renovation. “I’m going to empty this whole place and use lighter colors.”

Alise McCreary, right, vice president of operations for The Grillehouse Restaurants, is on hand, helping plan the opening of Mango Mary’s and the upcoming renovation of the East River Smokehouse building.

Boutwell’s passion for food and restaurants was nurtured in her grandmother’s kitchen and enhanced by cooking lessons, including an internship at Emerils in New Orleans.

Its existing restaurants include three The Grillehouse locations located in Tupelo, Southhaven and Oxford, Mississippi. “I’m good at steakhouses. This is my forte,” he said.

Boutwell went on to point out that the future fourth restaurant The Grillehouse will not be an a la carte restaurant. “Each steak will come with two sides and will always cost less than the big steakhouses in Pensacola. You will get your money’s worth. »

Plus, other popular dishes will include Boom Boom Shrimp tossed in a creamy Asian sweet chili sauce and thick grilled bacon strips topped with pepper jelly and goat cheese. Other menu favorites include smoked gouda mac and cheese and a wedge of blue cheese with marinated tomatoes, bacon and a sweet balsamic reduction.

The wine list will feature premium wines, such as Caymus, served by the glass, as well as a bespoke cocktail menu.

For more information see http://thegrillehouse.com

Mango Mary’s is now hiring staff ahead of its July 4 opening. Email Manager@MangomarysFL.com to apply.

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