The black sea bass (Centropristis striata) is an exclusively marine grouper found more commonly in northern than in southern ranges. It inhabits the coasts from Maine to northeast Florida and the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Simply put this is the #1 requested fish in the White Table Cloth World of New York City. It is a must-try if you have never experienced this.
The meat is milk-white, and the flesh is just divine - keep your recipe simple and this just might become your favorite all-time new fish. It is very exclusive and we have it maybe 20% of the time. Conservation is trying very very hard to make sure our grandkids get to experience this most enjoyable fruite di mare....
Salt crust this beauty and you will feel like you were back visiting your favorite European destination....I guaranteeeee!
Area of Origin: It inhabits the coasts from Maine to northeast Florida and the eastern Gulf of Mexico.
WHAT YOU GET:
- Package with 1 fish includes: (1 ea) 1.50- 2 lb whole fish
- Package with 3 fish includes: (3 ea) 1.50 - 2 lb whole fish
- Package with 5 fish includes: (5 ea) 1.50 - 2 lb whole fish
Black Bass Fish: Serving Suggestions
Black Sea Bass can be served with various dishes to enhance its flavors. Sea Bass' delicate taste can complement with olives, capers, sun-dried tomatoes, and roasted garlic. Serving black sea bass with roasted vegetables or fragrant rice adds depth and variety to the dish. These ingredients add a savory, slightly tangy note that complements the sea bass fish's delicate taste.