In celebration of their halibut festival, our good friends at Market Street restaurants have given us a $50 gift card to give away to one lucky reader.
Fresh, wild Alaska halibut – the world’s premium whitefish – will soon be featured a variety of delicious ways at lunch and dinner at all Market Street Grill, Broiler, and Oyster Bar locations.
New on the lunch and dinner Halibut Special Menus is Fresh Alaska Halibut stuffed with Maryland Crab Cake topped with Hollandaise & Parmesan Cheese. Also on the menu is a Fresh Alaska Halibut Caesar Salad, Fresh Alaska Halibut Louie, Fresh Alaska Halibut & Shrimp, and Fresh Alaska Halibut Fish n’ Chips – just to name a few. Low in fat, calories, and sodium and high in quality protein, wild Alaska halibut is definitely a great catch.
For the home chef, Alaska’s delicious wild halibut can be purchased at all three Market Street Fish Markets. Bill McArthur, Chef at Market Street Grill & Oyster Bar/Cottonwood says, “No fish is easier to prepare. It is delicious baked, broiled, steamed, poached, grilled, barbecued, or blackened and served with tartar sauce or a wedge of fresh lemon.” The Fish Markets also offer free halibut recipes cards, provided by Market Street chefs.
With sustainability a major concern for everyone who enjoys seafood, Market Street’s wild Alaska halibut is not included on the list of seafood that is in danger from overfishing, habitat damage, or pollution. Alaska has provided the model for sustainability and has set the world’s gold standard for its precautionary approach to resource management of its seafood. As a result Alaska’s halibut fisheries can exist long-term without compromising the survival of the species or the health of the surrounding ecosystem. With this in mind, halibut lovers can enjoy this fresh, wild, delicious product knowing that it is plentiful and will be available for years to come.
To put your name in the hat for the $50 gift card, all you need to do is complete the following sentence:
“If I were to go fishing, and the water had no limits, my dream catch would be…”
Post your answer as a comment on this story, at the bottom of the page. We will pick a random winner next weekend. Good luck!
Market Street Grill
Cottonwood 2985 East 6580 South (801) 942-8860
Downtown 48 West Market Street (801) 322-4668
South Jordan 10702 South River Front Parkway (801) 302-2262
University 260 South 1300 East (801) 583-8808
Market Street Oyster Bar
Cottonwood 2985 East 6580 South (801) 942-8870
Downtown 54 West Market Street (801) 531-6044
South Jordan 10702 South River Front Parkway (801) 302-2264
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