Published on January 6, 2016

6 Fresh Fish Dishes You’ll Want to Dive Right Into

If, like us, you’re aiming to eat healthier this year, including more fish in your weekly meal plan is just one more way to keep that New Year’s resolution on the right (and delicious) track. Check out a few of our favorite seafood offerings from coast to coast.

6 Fresh Fish Dishes to Dive Into

A.KITCHEN - Grilled Branzino (Philadelphia)

A stunning whole fish cooked to perfection, served with broccoli rabe and Jerusalem artichokes. Branzino Photo provided by

At, creative and flavorful American small and large plates to share are focused seasonal ingredients and prepared with classic techniques. An award-winning selection of food-friendly wines and craft beers accompany the food, and cocktail connoisseurs can visit the adjacent for an even more expansive selection of libations.

BEL ARI - Seared North Atlantic Salmon (Boston)

A plump salmon filet atop a bed of delectable mixed vegetables.

Bel Ari - salmon Photo provided by Bel Ari

At Bel Ari, Chef Robert Fathman takes a committed approach to sustainability and seasonality, serving up finds from farmers markets and local fishermen. The authentic, imaginative Italian fare and eclectic beverages are served up a space with historic 19th-century details and hand-blown glass lighting.

EDI & THE WOLF - Arctic Char (New York)

Tender and juicy, with savory Hen of the Woods mushrooms, black sesame and mushroom consomme.

Edi & The Wolf - Arctic Char Photo provided by Edi & The Wolf

Edi & The Wolf serves an authentic Austrian menu focused on comforting cornerstones of Viennese cuisine: spaetzle, schnitzel, seafood and pickled vegetables. The restaurant resembles a cozy cottage and boasts a spirited atmosphere with garden seating, as well as a wide assortment of whiskeys and wines.

FIOLA MARE - Sashimi of Itoyori (Washington D.C.)

Bright and refreshing with hearts of palm, radish, sea beans, ginger fennel and lime vinaigrette.

Fiola Mare sashimi Photo provided by Fiola Mare

Chef Fabio Trabocchi's Fiola Mare is a sophisticated Italian seafood restaurant that offers raw bar options, fresh pastas and a variety of grilled fish. Enjoy everything with easy-to-pair wines and cocktails, along with a breathtaking view that overlooks the scenic Georgetown waterfront.

SMYC - Whole Roasted Turbo (Los Angeles)

A gorgeous fish topped with fresh tomatoes, capers, garlic and bright lemon slices.

SMYC - whole roasted turbo Photo provided by SMYC

SMYC — or Santa Monica Yacht Club –– offers seafood-centric small plates inspired by global flavors. Clean lines reminiscent of an elegant yacht fill the space, which is adorned with modern nautical details and balanced by timeless mid-century furniture. The chic dining area features an outdoor patio, bar and communal table for group dining before a day (or night) out on the boat.

UNION SUSHI + BARBECUE BAR - Truffled Tuna (Chicago)

A savory serving of raw tuna with avocado, Parmesan, chili fresco and truffle oil.

Union Sushi + BBQ - Truffle Tuna Photo provided by Union Sushi + BBQ

Union Sushi + Barbeque Bar is a bustling neighborhood restaurant that takes a creative and playful approach to the Japanese-influenced cuisine, which includes sushi as well as cooked fare. The beverage program features inventive cocktails, a thorough sake collection and an extensive list of craft beers and wines.

Just grab the Reserve app to get your serving of delicious fish this week!

Happy dining,

The Reserve Editorial Team

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