- $12 for $20 worth of wild-caught seafood and steaks
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Carolina Fish Market
Every fishing boat off the coast of the Carolinas is in a fierce competition to have its wares sold to the public at Carolina Fish Market, even if the crew doesn't know it. The fish market's staff prides itself on stocking the freshest wild-caught seafood, constantly searching the water for freshest sources of local shrimp, flounder, clams, oysters, and Topsail blue crabs.
When necessary, Carolina Fish Market's buyers work with boats off the coasts of Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and elsehwere to keep the most popular fish in stock even after the local season has ended. Or they might seek out regional delicacies, such as oysters from Rhode Island or salmon from the coasts of Iceland and Norway. Those looking to build a surf and turf meal will also find Wagyu and Kobe beef steaks, shipped fresh from the state of Texas and ready to hit the grill.
Because Carolina Fish Market recognizes that cooking fish can be as daunting as telling a lion it has spinach in its teeth, its experts offer cooking tips, provide recipes, and curate a collection of instructional videos. Another tip for shopping at Carolina Fish Market: check its Facebook timeline for updates on the freshest catch.