Maine lobster wasn’t the only Pine Tree State delicacy consumed by revelers at the inauguration of Donald Trump.

Farm-raised salmon from Eastport also made the menu.

Atlantic salmon raised at the Cooke Aquaculture farm in Eastport were hand selected and shipped to Washington, D.C., where they were smoked and served Thursday by the executive chef of the Blair House where Trump spent the night before his inauguration, according to a news release from the Maine Aquaculture Association.

“To have farmed salmon that were raised in the state of Maine served to President Trump, Gov. LePage and to those celebrating today’s inauguration, is a real honor and affirmation of our healthy, high-quality, sustainably produced farmed seafood,” said Sebastian Belle, the association’s executive director.

Cooke, which is based in New Brunswick, employs approximately 250 people in Down East Maine in its salmon farming operations.

Maine lobster was on the menu for lunch Friday following the swearing-in of the nation’s new president.