CHARLESTON, SC, October 15, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- As a restaurant based in the seafood capital of Charleston, South Carolina, every day is a celebration of fish and other fresh, local catches at The Wreckfish. However, noting that October is National Seafood Month, this venue invites all Charleston visitors and diners to come stop by to enjoy a wide selection of Lowcountry fisherman favorites--and other southern-style treats--in a fun, lively atmosphere located in North Charleston.
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
, National Seafood Month is not only a time to simply delight in the rich flavors that fish and other catches can deliver, but also appreciate the stories that fisherman bring and the health benefits that this distinctive cuisine offers.
In a recent press statement, The Wreckfish adds, "National Seafood Month is a great time for diners to try something new, especially if they are apprehensive when it comes to seafood. Fortunately, our restaurant offers a wide variety of locally-caught fisherman favorites that can satisfy many taste preferences including flounder, mahi mahi, mako shark, shrimp, oysters and scallops. If you are going to celebrate National Seafood Month, there's no better place to do it than Charleston--a city that is rich in its fishing history."
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration also notes on its website that National Seafood Month is a great way to look at the fishing industry itself and applaud new ways of protecting the business and quality of product. For instance, the organization states, "[National Seafood Month is] also an opportunity to illustrate U.S. fisheries successes and challenges as we turn the corner on ending overfishing and begin to rebuild fish stocks."
In its press statement, The Wreckfish responds, "Sustainable fishing practices are very important to us as a restaurant and as a supporter of the commercial fishing industry. As a venue that prides itself on serving fresh, local catches, we believe that it is very important to celebrate the fisherman in our area who are working not only to catch, but also sustain the marine life that has been feeding us and driving our economy throughout history."
As a restaurant that is perfect for any diner, this North Charleston seafood restaurant is open for both lunch and dinner daily, presenting a wide range of impressive and affordable selections. Those who truly want to embrace National Seafood Month are invited to try the Sunday Seafood Platter each Sunday at The Wreckfish to get a varied taste of what the Charleston seafood industry has to offer.
The Wreckfish is a casual seafood restaurant based in the lively and historic North Charleston neighborhood in South Carolina. With a menu that changes daily, this restaurant features exceptional seafood dishes delivered with freshness and low prices. As a venue that boasts "every hour is happy hour," those who visit Wreckfish can expect to enjoy excellent service, drink specials, delicious cuisine and a lively environment. Both locals and visitors can turn to this locally-owned and operated hot spot, as it offers comfortable outdoor seating that is perfect for diving into some weekend seafood--such as the popular Sunday Seafood Platter.