Five unexpected finds at Dakota Seafood

April 20, 2018

This piece is presented by Dakota Seafood Co.

Fresh seafood is just the start of what you’ll find at Dakota Seafood Co., which is now open at The Bridges at 57th.

Here are five unexpected finds we know you’ll love.

Ramen base and noodles

Start with authentic Japanese ramen and add base in delicious flavors such as shitake mushroom, spicy scallop and pork shank for a tasty soup no matter what the weather.

“The noodles are made in the traditional Japanese style, and then the base makes a wonderful, light, flavorful soup,” Dakota Seafood general manager Travis Petersen said.

Photo by Kevin Scholten, Dakota Seafood


It doesn’t get any easier than this. Pick up everything from sushi rolls to scallop dip in conveniently packaged grab-and-go containers. The latest addition: Sandwiches made on fresh Breadico bread.

“We have great, freshly made tuna salad sandwiches and a buffalo pastrami sandwich with buffalo raised locally here in South Dakota,” Petersen said. “Our dips also are very popular and are all fresh made.”

Photo by Kevin Scholten, Dakota Seafood

Sushi platters

Want to change up the catering for your next event? Prepare to wow a crowd with these sushi platters.

“A sushi platter will feed roughly 30 people,” Petersen said. “Customers can choose five standard rolls and five specialty rolls, which include our crab cake, Beverly Hills and tropical tuna rolls.”

Beer and wine

Dakota Seafood has a new and big selection of beer and wine. Grab some to accompany your meal and save a trip elsewhere.

“You’re going to find a lot of craft beers, local flavor, and everything is meant to go along with seafood,” Petersen said. “We’re happy to suggest pairings.”

Local wine is sampled every Saturday.

Olive oil

Here’s a fun experience to top off a dish. Dakota Seafood offers olive oil in ready-to-go containers or for customers who’d like to fill their own.

“It’s from California and made with traditional Italian methods, so all the olives are ancient olives from Italy and have been cultivated to make these specific oils,” Petersen said. “They do really well as topping oils, so a little bit on your salad is fantastic or a drizzle over bread is wonderful.”

Want to taste Dakota Seafood products for yourself?

Dakota Seafood brings its famous oyster bar to the Carpenter Bar, 221 S. Phillips Ave., every Friday, shucking oysters from 4 to 9 p.m.

And today only, find the oyster bar at the Wings & Waves fundraiser for the Butterfly House & Aquarium, too, where Dakota Seafood also will be serving scallops on crostini. It starts at 6 p.m.

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Five unexpected finds at Dakota Seafood

Fresh seafood is just the start of what you’ll find at Dakota Seafood Co., which is open at The Bridges at 57th.

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