Phillips Seafood To Celebrate Valentines Day In Style

| February 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

two-hearts1Celebrate the love of your life with a seafood feast at Phillips this Valentine’s Day. In addition to their à la carte menu, Phillips will be offering a three-course Valentine’s Day dinner menu to complement your romantic evening. Phillips’ special pre-fixe menu will be served on February 14th through the 16th during dinner hours and is priced at $42 per person.

Begin your evening with Cream of Crab Soup or the Phillips Signature Salad, filled with crisp greens, freshly chopped tomatoes, cucumber, feta, red onions and bacon, tossed in an apple cider vinaigrette. For the entrée course, choose from tantalizing dishes such as pan sautéed Classic Ocean City Crab Cakes, char-grilled center-cut Filet Mignon with caramelized onion demi-glace, or Crab-Stuffed Flounder, stuffed with crab imperial and topped with tomato, garlic and herbs. All entrée course selections are served with garlic chive mashed potatoes and roasted broccolini. End your evening on a sweet note with a house-made double chocolate brownie with strawberry compote.

Phillips Seafood is anchored in tradition and remains family owned and operated by the Phillips family. In 2014, the company is celebrating a Century of Seafood, marking the 100th Anniversary of their first seafood processing plant on Hoopers Island in the Chesapeake Bay. The Phillips Crab Deck is located at 14 Dock Street in Annapolis and is open from 12pm to 8pm on Friday and Sunday and 12pm to 9pm on Saturday. For more information, call 410.280.2722 or visit www.phillipsseafood.com.

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