What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for one pound of fresh, frozen Open Blue cobia ($17.95 value)
- $35 for three pounds of fresh, frozen Open Blue cobia ($53.85 value)
Cobia, which is also known as black salmon, ling, black kingfish, and lemonfish, is found in tropical and subtropical waters, including in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. It has a rich, buttery flavor and is often likened to Chilean sea bass or swordfish.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must use entire value in 1 visit. Only valid at Dry Dock Headquarters Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Dry Dock Fish Company
After moving to the United States in 1968, Mark Lewis sorely missed the fresh fish he had found so readily available across the Atlantic Ocean. He was born in Marseille, France, and grew up in Casablanca, Morocco, where he spent leisurely days fishing the rivers with his friends. Lewis decided to create Dry Dock Fish Company to give Americans a taste of his beloved homeland. For more than 25 years now, Lewis and his family have been listening to customers' fish stories with a smile and working tirelessly to give people a deeper appreciation of the fruits of the sea.
According to his bio, Lewis's favorite selections are the Santa Barbara shrimp, local halibut, and mahi-mahi. But renowned chef and restaurateur Giacomino Drago was drawn to the whole branzino; as part of the Farm to Table video series, he prepared one for dinner after a culinary excursion to the Beverly Hills Farmers' Market. You can find the branzino—along with sashimi-grade tuna or salmon smoked in-house—at the Fullerton store, in gourmet restaurants from Los Angeles to San Diego, and at more than 20 farmers markets in Southern California. The shop also stocks delicacies, such as preserved lemons and limes from Morocco and canned sardines from Portugal.