Del Mar adds Hot Food to Go + this week’s Retail Market options (week of 5/29/20)


Our Del Mar / Solana Beach location is now open Wednesday – Sunday from 12 Noon – 6 PM for fresh catch and new this week limited, hot take-out food. That’s right, fish & chips are back!

FIND OUT FULL TAKEOUT MENU HERE (Del Mar location only) and retail market availability below

You can pre-order for same day or future curbside pick-up by calling (858) 755-2277. Walk-ins are also welcome. Masks and social distancing are required while inside the building and if in line to enter. ALL TRANSACTIONS WILL BE CASHLESS. Pricing and availability are subject to change without notice.

We are currently hoping to offer in-restaurant dining for Del Mar / Solana Beach beginning on Monday, June 8th.


BYO WEEKLY MEAL KIT $45 + tax, serves two

If you’re still having fun flexing new-found home cooking skills or prefer super hot & fresh to standard takeout, we’ve got you covered!

First Course: choice of Mixed Green Salad with House Poppy Seed Dressing or Traditional Caesar salad

Entree: choice of do-it-yourself Cioppino & Linguine, Lemon-Dill Salmon or Chipotle Halibut. Salmon & Halibut are served with par-baked seasonal vegetables and baby potatoes

Both meals come with Garlic Bread & Snickerdoodle Bars

RETAIL SEAFOOD CASE fresh catch to cook at home

Prices are per pound

Pacific Swordfish, $29.95

Pacific Tuna, $26.25

Farm Raised Scottish Salmon, $21.75

Alaskan Halibut, $31.50

California White Seabass, $20.85

Petrale Sole, $18.90

Black Cod, $20.20

Idaho Rainbow Trout, $15.50

Eastern Sea Scallops, $25.50

Cocktail Prawns, 13/15, deshelled/deveined, raw – $22.50  or cooked – $24.50

Bay Shrimp (the little guys!), $17.55

Alaskan King Crab Legs, $39.95

Brazilian Lobster Tails, $49

Dungeness Crab Meat, loose, $42

Dungeness Crab Cakes, $6 each

Oysters, Raw (un-shucked): $1.75 each

Oysters, Rockefeller (freshly shucked with instructions to bake at home): $3 each


Prices are per pound

Trout, $19.50

Albacore, $18.45

Salmon, $22.45

Lox (cold-smoked salmon), $19.30

ADD-ONS to heat at home

Manhattan (red) or New England (white) Clam Chowder, pint – $7, quart – $11

Boudin Bakery Sourdough Bread, ½ loaf – $2, full loaf – $3.75

Garlic Cheesy Bread, $6.95 (serves 2)

Marinara, Cocktail Sauce or Tartar Sauce, ½ pint – $2.75, full pint – $5, quart – $9.75

Bag of Sourdough Croutons, $3.50

Bag of Tortilla Chips, $2.75

Chocolate Fish Mints, 4 for a $1

Lemons, $.75 each

BOOZE while supplies last!


All $14, each cocktail is 16 oz or two servings & best served over ice

Margarita of the Day: Blackberry or Pomegranate

BYO Spritz Kit for 2: 4z Aperol, Mionetto Prosecco Split, San Pellegrino & an orange



Gruet Brut Sparkling Wine, $42 now $17: apple & citrus notes with an impressively full body. takes your shrimp cocktail to the next level

Piper Sonoma Brut Rose, $37 now $20: just picked berries with a delicate dry finish. pairs well with salmon ceviche.


Caposaldo Pinot Grigio, Veneto IGT, Italy, $33 now $14: crisp & dry – reminiscent of an early morning sea breeze. afternoon sipper with crisp salad greens & seared shrimp.

Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand, $33 now $16: traditional New Zealand style—zesty! try with seabass crusted with fresh herbs

Terra d’Oro Moscato, $35 now $14: ripe peach & honeysuckle. perfect counter balance to anything spicy.

ITS #CHARDONMAY! Tag us when you post your purchase and we’ll repost it.

Kendall-Jackson Vintner’s Reserve Chardonnay, California, $40 now $17: America’s #1 Chardonnay for a reason! make it special with lobster tail or easy with our New England clam chowder

La Crema Chardonnay, $41 now $20: meyer lemon, all things tropical, a long finish. with a cheese plate, dungeness crab or pan-sauteed petrale sole (splash some in if you have a sip to spare!)

Rombauer Chardonnay, $85 now $45: rich, round, creamy – you get it. how do king crab legs sound for tonight? pretty much anything dipped in butter will pair, but don’t underestimate elevating a simple tuna salad with Rombauer either


Famille Perrin Reserve Rose, Cotes-du-Rhone, France, $33 now $13: delicate fruit and seaside minerality. wrap your scallops up in prosciutto and open this up


Michael David Freakshow Cabernet Sauvignon, Lodi, California, $37 now $17: raspberry, chocolate & spice. we know you’re not buying your steak from us, but hey, even fisherman love a cab sometimes

Artezin Zinfandel, Mendocino, California, $35 now $15: if you’ve been trying to find a red wine summer sipper, look no further. red fruit & white pepper start any BBQ off right


We will be adhering to and posting the County of San Diego’s Social Distancing and Sanitation Protocol.