Sign up for our e-club for
exclusive offers & news

Pharmacie de la fronti?re acheter kamagra pilules contre la douleur de l'ordre .
Seafood Main Dishes

Seafood Main Dishes

Irene offers harbor tours

Irene offers harbor tours

Today I want to introduce you to an old friend. She’s a feisty survivor and a seaworthy gal who’s just about ready to start offering tours around the harbor. Her name is Irene. Like me, Irene is born from wood — a classic fishing vessel from the 1920s. Her current owners Leland and Cecily Parsons purchased her for $1 back […]

Princeton Seafood's Tasty New Pair!

Princeton Seafood’s Tasty New Pair!

Who would have thought that ocean dwelling shrimp could go so well with Half Moon Bay’s favorite thistle? I’m talking about Princeton Seafood’s new shrimp stuffed artichoke and let me tell you, it is a real treat. The artichoke leaves grow increasingly tender as you work your way down toward the meaty heart, while baby shrimp –smothered in a creamy […]

Serving it Fresh: From Cod to Coffee

Serving it Fresh: From Cod to Coffee

Where can a restaurant go to get great tasting, organic coffee? For us, the answer is obvious: We get it from our Princeton neighbor Dan Handler. All the good coffee grows along the earth’s equator says Handler, the self-proclaimed “bean counter” and owner of Outland Java Company. Organic, of the rarer Arabica species and fair trade whenever possible, Handler culls […]

From Redwood to Restaurant: The Story of Magnus

From Redwood to Restaurant: The Story of Magnus

Father’s Day came and went a few days ago, I know, but I want to tell you a little story about my father of sorts-my creator-Magnus Sandblom. I was born four years ago from redwood. With a chainsaw, a sander and a few other tools my father gave me a personality, a trade and one of the biggest salmon you’ve […]

Window Remake: A sign of change

Window Remake: A sign of change

In the coming weeks Princeton Seafood Company will be undergoing some pretty big transformations. On Friday we scraped off the paint on our front windows to give it a more modern, youthful look: “Clean and fresh and new!” says the restaurant’s Co-Owner Mary Botham. In addition, the color scheme features a dark ocean blue and a vibrant red known as […]

Princeton Seafood Offers Cooking Classes

Earlier this month, Princeton Seafood Company Co-Owner, Marty Botham, shared some tips on how to prepare some of the freshest, local fish in our market. If you’re interested in learning more–especially if you’ve got kids—we encourage you to come to a special cooking class led by Amy Fothergill, The Family Chef. Amy has more than 25 years of cooking experience, […]

Marty’s favorite fish ‘KISS’ tips

The “KISS” stands for “Keep it simple, stupid,” says Princeton Seafood Co-Owner, Marty Botham and here are some of his favorite fishy solutions.  So pick up some of your seafood favorites, get out your grill and bring out that  sense of humor and read on! a.  Don’t overcook any fish. Dry and tough is for jerky. b.  Barbecue equals indirect heat […]

Fishing for just the right recipe?

Fishing for just the right recipe?

What can you do with fish? Well, a lot actually. If you’re in  the market for something really fresh, introduce yourself to three local varieties expected in our fish market this May.  Recipe tips come from Princeton Seafood Co-Owner, Marty Botham.   Halibut Despite its thick meaty look Botham says halibut is actually pretty light in taste and does well […]

Supporting our Schools

Supporting our Schools

  On a recent weekday afternoon, Sea Crest teacher Kathe Bybee readied an  nthused group of third graders just before a clam dissection. The students had already learned a bit about the bivalve mollusk in class, but this day was special. “Today we get the chance to look inside them!” Bybee told the third graders. Through Princeton Seafood’s connections with […]