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Wait, shark — is that even okay?
According to Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch list, the shortfin mako shark, which is caught wild in California and Hawaii, is classified as a "good alternative" to eating other types of shark. But the whole category doesn't come without an overall warning.
"Most shark populations worldwide are at historically low levels due to serious overfishing," cautions the site. "With just a few exceptions, shark is ranked 'Avoid.'"
A representative from Fish 'N' Frites said that sandwiches and tacos will be coming soon to Fish 'N'Frites, in case you might be craving an exceptional Spinal Tap-style shark sandwich.