April 21st, 2010 LIZ CRAIN | Food Reviews & Stories
 

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[FRESHEST FISH] Newman’s wholesales to the likes of Andina, Toro Bravo, Castagna, Bluehour and Paley’s Place, and you can get the same sweet and briny goods—often air cargoed in (in 100-pound boxes with gel ice and liners)—at the company’s fish counter and live tanks in Nob Hill’s City Market. You’ll find a wide variety of seafood—salmon, halibut, grouper, rockfish, scallops—and the majority is wild and fresh or frozen at sea. Newman’s live tanks are always changing, but a typical selection includes oysters, crab and lobster; the clams and mussels are kept in the back. If you’re looking for whole fish as opposed to fillets and steaks, drop by on the weekend when there are usually a few types to choose from.


Grocery list: Oregon albacore, chinook and coho, crawfish.

 
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