Category: Best Seafood Restaurant

7 Seafood Dishes That You’ll Be Thankful For on (Not) Turkey Day

Thanksgiving can be one of the most stressful days of the entire year. While the wholesomeness of the family gathered around the table and the promise of a football game or two are always appealing, the preparation, process, and the realization that your waistline will soon be expanding are a bit much to deal with. So, why not break with tradition?

Serving some seafood instead of turkey and stuffing can really make a difference this year. We’ve picked 7 dishes that we know you’ll be thankful for.

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Join Us For Our Weekly Specials Or Visit Our Fish Market

Have you lately been in the mood for some expertly cooked seafood? Or are you seeking a fish market where you can buy your own locally sourced fresh fish to cook up a verifiable storm in the kitchen? At PJ Lobster House, you can not only enjoy some fine dining, but you can also purchase all your seafood from one location.

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National Lobster Day

Get ready for National Lobster Day this upcoming September 25th!

Did you know that in the old days, in Boston, you could buy canned lobster for 11 cents per pound? Yes, there was a time when lobster was so over-saturated in New England that you could get it dirt cheap, and they even used it to feed prisoners. It only became expensive when folks around the rest of the country got a taste of it, fell in love with it, and skyrocketed the demand. Nowadays, it’s much scarcer and seafood aficionados have a much greater appreciation for it.

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The Benefits of Eating Fish for Cardiovascular Health

As we get older, taking care of our hearts becomes increasingly important. A contributing factor to sustaining a healthy heart is what we put in our bodies. Changing your diet can greatly improve your health and reduce the risk of heart disease. One of the easiest and best ways to help your cardiovascular system is by consuming one of the most popular forms of protein, fish.
According to the American Heart Association, two servings of fish a week are beneficial. Fish such as salmon, sardine, cod, and trout have an abundance of Omega 3’s which the heart needs to promote healthy blood flow and lowers the body’s inflammatory responses.

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