Grouper Tomato Potato Au GratinBy The FishmongerCheese can enhance the flavors of many seafood dishes, and the correct cheese is a win-win if incorporated in creative and delicious ways. This recipe is a perfect example to this theory, in which a delicate scamp grouper is paired with aged Pecorino Toscano and Pecorino Romano Cheeses, infusing the entire dish with a nutty hint of spice and mild saltiness that is very distinct. It is a hearty meal full of complimentary flavors that you are certain to enjoy.
Butternut Squash SoupBy The FishmongerFall flavors aren't the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Florida. But with Thanksgiving coming, we can't help but pair this Butternut Squash Soup with some of our favorite fish sandwiches. Try this side dish with our Grouper Rueben or Smoked Mahi Monte Cristo sandwich.
Grouper Reuben Sandwich with Sophia’s SauceBy The FishmongerA grouper sandwich is delicious, but a grouper Rueben turns the average grouper sandwich into a scrumptious and exciting experience. My homemade twist on Thousand Island Dressing and layers of sweet and savory toppings will have you moaning for more.
Southside Grouper and WafflesBy The FishmongerMy favorite weekend treat is a warm buttermik waffle topped with an over-easy egg and maple syrup. So I decided to put my own "fishmonger" spin on this recipe. You've heard of Chicken and Waffles, but have you ever heard of Grouper and Waffles? Now you have! It's crispy, sweet, savory, salty and packs a hint of heat for an all-around amazing flavor combo. Indulge!
Aloha GrouperBy The FishmongerAloha grouper gets its name because it is a blend of Hawaiian, Polynesian and Asian-influenced flavors, reminiscent of a gastronomic tropical island experience! This dish calls for grouper, but any firm, flaky white fish can be substituted. Enjoy!
Maximo Seafood Shack Smoked Whitefish SpreadBy The FishmongerA unique version of fish spread as it contains healthy portions of fish and moderate amounts of mayo and cream cheese. This spread was created with customer influence for Maximo Seafood Shack. I called it whitefish spread simply because we used any type of "white" fish available, from grouper to amberjack, with exception of salmon.

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