a blog from Locals Seafood
The NC Marine Fisheries Commission met on August 23 to vote on the proposed amendment to the Southern Flounder Fishery Management Plan. The amendment was adopted.
Locally caught seafood is good for you and your community. Plus it’s usually fresher and tastier than grocery store options.
Learn more about the new dinner menu at Locals Oyster Bar!
There’s a new amendment to the Southern Flounder Fisheries Management Plan from NC’s Division of Marine Fisheries. If approved, it will dramatically reduce availability of southern flounder, sheepshead, speckled trout, and red drum for our customers. Read on to learn what you can do.
Freezing seafood at home is a great way to extend the life of your purchase. Read on for quick tips, freezing techniques, and thawing methods.
Our market hours will change the week of July 4th!
Chef Eric of Locals Oyster Bar shares his recipes for cocktail, mignonette, and green goddess sauce.
Pets should eat local too. Look out for our new pet treat, made from fish caught by NC fishermen, this summer! Read on to learn more.
We’ve just opened our newest fish market in downtown Raleigh! Read on for our hours & more info.
Join us on February 23 at Transfer Co. Food Hall for our Winter Seafood Jubilee. This is the grand opening of the newest Locals Seafood fresh fish market, and we’re celebrating it the only way we know how – with North Carolina seafood!