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Bywood Seafood Market brings more than 75 years of experience to the curation and sale of succulent seafood, freshly snatched from the ocean. An extensive menu of seafaring fauna lets shoppers take their pick of the ocean's bounty, including sea scallops ($17.98/lb.) and live crab ($27/doz.), perfect for crafting an optimally fresh meal or employing conductors for burgeoning aquarium orchestras. Hand-cut fillets of such fish as salmon ($13.98/lb.) and flounder ($13.98/lb.) can throw themselves straight onto the grill for last-minute-dinner cooking. Combo dishes such as the flounder, shrimp, and scallop platter ($11.95) provide saltwater-bred sustenance to hungry party-goers, and New England clam chowder ($6.95/cup) warms cockles left chilled from seeing a beloved child actor all grown up.
At Gadaleto's Seafood Market, owner and operator Andy Gadaleto knows a quality catch when he sees it. Since 1945, a member of his family has helmed the market, accumulating a wealth of knowledge on swordfish, lobster, clams, and wild salmon, as well as more than 60 years of vendor relations that helps them acquire fresh products. Four generations later, quality seafood is still a passion for the Gadaleto bunch. On top of daily shipments direct from Florida, Alaska, and Maine, Andy or a family member travels to the freight terminal and wholesale fish market in Philadelphia to pick up other fresh seafood, such as scallops, oysters, and crabs, or swap news of the latest tariffs imposed by the merpeople. Beyond buying and selling sustainable seafood, Andy and the staff happily share their favorite recipes with curious customers.
In 1924, the Stratton family broke ground on a farm and began growing deep roots for vegetables and family alike. Since then, four generations of the Stratton family have worked the land, cultivating crops of sweet corn and raising flocks of dorset sheep. The family invites visitors onto its property to celebrate autumn with festive attractions including hayrides, pick-your-own pumpkins, and a corn maze.
At Northbrook MarketPlace, guests can enter a restored 1850s fieldstone barn with bright-red wood siding and picturesque white wooden frames to browse the market and grab dishes made from fresh, sustainable ingredients. Chefs fire up tender brisket in the smokehouse, make sandwiches to order, and pluck signature apple-cider donuts from trees. Diners can also nosh on daily hot-meal specials, including chicken pot pies and fish 'n' chips, then slide forks into the flaky crust of the daily pie while sitting inside the marketplace, outside in the courtyard, or at home. For those who want a more leisurely meal, the Chef's Table, which was named Philadelphia magazine's Best Private Dining Table in 2009, proffers an hours-long culinary experience in which patrons devour local, gourmet fare from a tasting menu designed by head chef Rob Boone. The week's BYOB feasts include the Chef's Table banquet; Family Nights, which feed visiting households and peckish minivans with an Italian buffet; and brunch, which mollifies maws with homemade granola and barbecue sliders.