Where to buy sustainable seafood in SF?
This seems like a no-brainer, but i can't think of where to buy good quality seafood (preferably sustainable harvested) in San Francisco, other than Whole Foods and some other high end grocers. Surely there must be a fish market or the like along the bay somewhere?
I live in Cow Hollow and work downtown, so ideally some place close or between those two?
There are two fish markets in the ferry building, and of course Swan Oyster Depot, if you can get there in time.
My preference is Berkeley Bowl, but I've bought good if pricey seafood from both Bi Rite and Canyon Market.
Local fish and wild fish would be the best options. I am still unclear as the debate continues on harvested.
SF Fish Company in the Ferry Plaza is a good option
Bryan's market carries wild and local fish
Here is a good resource for sustainable choices
re: Lori SF
That's an out-of-date copy of a Seafood Watch pocket guide. You can always find the current versions and detailed recommendations for various kinds of fish here:
The Monterey Fish Market (local wholesaler with a Berkeley retail shop) site is also a good reference:
I guess it would fall under high-end grocers, but Bi-Rite wil deifnitely have some, albeit a limited selections