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Gladstone’s

Long Beach

330 South Pine Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90802-4531
(562) 432-8588
www.gladstoneslongbeach.com
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About Gladstone’s Long Beach

Gladstone’s large menu offers the kind of food that has made them the number one restaurant in Southern California, featuring large portions of fresh seafood, grilled steaks and chops, healthy salads, and eye-opening desserts. With Chef Pete Lehmar at the helm, Gladstone’s Long Beach is committed to serving responsible seafood.

Chef Lehmar has recently purchased a receiver’s license so he can buy direct from the fishermen, straight off the boat. Look for Chef’s specials featuring fresh, responsible, and local seafood.

Seafood for the Future recommends:

Appetizers

California Roll
Rock crab – Trap/pot caught in the Canadian Atlantic
Crab Cakes
Blue crab – Net caught in Southeast Asia
Crispy Calamari / Thai Calamari
Squid – Seine/gillnet caught in China
Shrimp Cocktail
Shrimp – Trawl caught in Mexico
Spicy Tuna Roll
Pacific Yellowfin (Ahi) Tuna – Longline caught in the Philippines
Steamers
Manila Clams – Responsibly farmed in Florida
Steamed Mussels
Black mussels – Responsibly farmed at Carlsbad Aquafarm in Southern California and/or Prince Edward Island, Canada
Fresh Pacific and Eastern Oysters
Fanny Bay Oysters – Responsibly farmed in British Columbia, Canada
Kumiai Oysters – Responsibly farmed in Baja California, Mexico

Carlsbad Blonde Oysters – Responsibly farmed in Carlsbad, California
Malpeque Oysters – Responsibly farmed on Prince Edward Island, Canada

Shells

Maine Lobster Dinner
American lobster – Trap caught, U.s. Gulf of Maine, Georges Bank

Fresh Fish

Alaskan Halibut
Alaskan halibut – Hook-and-line caught in Alaska
Ahi Tuna
Pacific Yellowfin Tuna – Hook-and-line caught in the Phillipines
Grilled White Seabass
White Seabass – Hook-and-line caught in California
Mahi Mahi
Mahi Mahi – Longline caught in Costa Rica
Moonfish
Opah – Longline caught in Hawaii
Shetland’s Best Salmon
Atlantic Salmon – Responsibly farmed in England/Scotland
Spearfish
Spearfish – Wild caught in Hawaii
Swordfish
Swordfish – Longline caught in Mexico/Hawaii
Tilapia
Tilapia – Responsibly farmed in China
Yellowtail
California Yellowtail – Hook-and-line caught in California and Mexico

Favorite Items

Crab Stuffed Salmon
Atlantic Salmon – Responsibly farmed by Mainstream in British Columbia, Canada
Blue crab – Net caught in Southeast Asia
Double Shrimp Skewers
White Shrimp – Trawl caught in Mexico
Fish Tacos
Basa swai – Responsibly farmed in Cambodia
Fried Shrimp
Shrimp – Trawl caught in Mexico
Grilled Scallop & Shrimp Skewer
Scallops – Wild US Atlantic
Shrimp – Trawl caught in Mexico
Macadamia Nut Mahi Mahi
Mahi Mahi – Longline caught in Costa Rica
Parmesan Crusted Halibut
Alaskan Halibut – Hook-and-line caught in Alaska
Sautéed Scallops / Grilled Scallops
Sea Scallops – Wild caught in the U.S. Atlantic
Seared Rare Ahi
Pacific Yellowfin Tuna – Longline caught in the Philippines
Shrimp Enchiladas
Shrimp – Trawl caught in Mexico
3 Fishes
Atlantic Salmon – Responsibly farmed by Mainstream in British Columbia, Canada
White Seabass – Hook-and-line caught in California
Mahi Mahi – Longline caught in Costa Rica

Soups & Salads

Boston Clam Chowder
Clams – Responsibly farmed in Florida
Ceasar Salad
Anchovy – Purse seine caught in Morocco
Crab Bisque
Rock crab – Trap/pot caught in the Canadian Atlantic
Nicoise Salad
Pacific Yellowfin (Ahi) Tuna – Longline caught in the Philippines
Queensway Salad
Rock Crab – Trap/pot caught in Canada
White Shrimp – Trawl caught in Mexico
Red Fish Chowder
Made from daily fresh fish selections – Ask server for details

 

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