Ceviche is back!

Late spring and early summer means fresh, light flavors that melt in your mouth and tantalize your taste buds. Timoti's homemade ceviche is back for a limited time, marinated with fresh lime juice and unique spices. As our new special, we'd love to share a little history about ceviche and how it came into popularity. 

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Tuna Poke Bowl Serves Up Plenty of Health Benefits

The tuna poke bowl is one of the most popular menu items here at Timoti's, and for good reason! Not only is it delicious, fresh and layered with flavor, tuna has an array of health benefits important to our diets. Read on for five important reasons why we love this fish, and come in to enjoy it served along with creamy avocado, crunchy spinach and topped with sesame seeds. Yum! 

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St. Patrick's Day & a Brief History of Fish

Ireland was introduced to fish and chips, or what they call “chippies” in the 1880’s by an Italian man named Giuseppe Cervi, who began selling them from a cart outside of pubs in Dublin. Since then, fish and chips have been a staple in Irish tradition. This is a favorite meal for the majority of Britain and Ireland, and St Patrick’s Day is the perfect time to enjoy this meal and experience Irish culture while out with family and friends at Timoti's.

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Creating "Fast Food" Alternatives

A unique middle-ground between dining at a table-clothed restaurant and the traditional grease-filled drive-thru, Timotis counter-service allows patrons to enjoy sitting in the casual comfort of sunny days on our patios, or enjoy indoor dining, where a history lesson on the shrimping industry lines the walls.

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Feel the Love with Shrimp

Wild-caught, sustainably-sourced shrimp provides low-calorie nutrients, protein, vitamins and minerals. Fried shrimp, grilled shrimp, blackened shrimp, shrimp tacos, shrimp salad (insert Forest Gump reference here) – the possibilities to enjoy these sea critters are endless.

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Why Wild Caught is Better

Fish is known to be some of the best food you can consume, especially if it is wild caught. With a high amount of lean protein, magnesium, vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids, seafood is a great way to meet your dietary needs. Check out 3 reasons why wild caught is better here. 

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