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  1. #1
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    Default Seafood selection at CSA?

    My husband and I really enjoy shrimp, crab and oysters. I know CSA has a lobster night, but what is the seafood selection like at the different restaurants the rest of the time? Thanks for any feedback!

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    I do not remember shrimp, crab or oysters at CSA but we get a lot of that at home so I was not really looking for it. I do remember plenty of excellent fish, especially snapper.

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    Shrimp, yes. Fish, Lots! Crab, not so much. Oysters -- never seen 'em.
    You'll mostly get Caribbean seafood: Fish, Shrimp, occasionally conch.
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    There are a variety of seafood selections at all of the restaurants. When we were there we had lobster night, which was yummy. At Feathers I had shrimp and scallops and at Patios they had a really great seafood linguini, amazing dish. The fish is amazing at all restaurants as well, you will have lots of seafood to enjoy.

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    Lobster mating season is from April 1 to June 30 so don't expect a lobster night during that time. I noticed a lot of snapper and white fish but not much crab or any oysters.

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    I can't remember the name of the white fish, but I am not a fish eater and this was awesome!
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    The fish is absolutely phenomenal! We actually had lion fish at Feathers one night - they're a terribly invasive fish in the Caribbean, and I was pleased to see that Couples was using them as a food source. They're a white fish and the dish was actually quite tasty!!

    The great thing about Couples is that you can "try" anything on the menu. I generally order a fish entree (don't eat meat and LOVE fish - from the Maine coast and Boston, so I know seafood!!) and will ask for a VERY SMALL tidbit of whatever else I'm interested in to try....I think if you're looking for great fish you''ll have great eats at CSA!!

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    I had an absolutely amazing nut-crusted Grouper at the Palms for dinner one night! It is a white fish- very mild and flaky!

    Also enjoyed snapper, shrimp, and scallops...didn't notice any crab during our one week stay

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    The grilled snapper at Sea Grapes is an absolute "do not miss" item. I think we had that for lunch every other day.
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  10. #10
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    not much shrimp but really good red snapper

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