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Tips on Selecting Quality Seafood
Seafood is truly the last wild food supply left in the world. Use these tips to help select high quality seafood from your local fish market or grocer.

Tip #1: Be picky when selecting fresh fish
Eating freshly caught shrimp at an oceanside restaurant is truly one of life's greatest pleasures. However, not everyone is able to live by the coast and enjoy fresh seafood, but because of remarkable innovations in shipping, seafood can still be enjoyed even if you live far inland. Some species, such as lobster, are often kept alive in the store until they are sold. Other species, like salmon and tuna, are kept frozen or on ice, since they are highly perishable. Fresh fish is brightly colored without a heavy odor. If it is being sold whole, then the eyes should not be sunken into the head.

Tip#2: Use steak cuts for grilling
Select the proper cut of fish when cooking. The steak cut, sometimes called the darne cut, is a round or horseshoe-shaped cut. It includes both the meat and the bone structure of the fish. It is best used on the grill. However, other cuts, like the fillet cut, do not include the bone structure. A fillet cut, therefore, should not be used on the grill, as the meat might fall apart. Use fillet cuts for broiling or searing in a pan.

Tip#3: Buying farmed fish can save money
Today there are many successful fish farms that sell everything from oysters to salmon. While buying wild caught Alaskan salmon will command top market prices, selecting farm raised salmon is a cheaper option. Truthfully, there is hardly a taste difference between the two once they are cooked.

American Seafood Distributors
Our seafood is among the best quality you can find anywhere in the local Atlanta area. Let our experts show you our fresh-caught selections brought in daily for your convenience.
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Inland Seafood
1 review: *****
1651 Montreal Cir, Tucker, GA 30084
(404) 350-5850 Write review for this local business

"I buy fresh oysters all the time. They been having these small oysters all year. The oysters are coming from Fla. waters. They aren't lots of undersize oysters in the box. The big thing is the dates on the tag. 5 boxes the other day and they were already 10 days old. That got 1 box that was expired. They are either over ordering or someone isn't doing a very good quality control.job. ..."
Gulf Seafood Market
1 review: *****
339 W Bankhead Hwy, Villa Rica, GA 30180
(770) 459-4488 Write review for this local business

"We had a great time devouring the meal and we want to go back soon. We learned that they also take special orders to go for parties, etc too. ..."
Atlantic Seafood Write review for this local business
209 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 223-0225  
Nickys Seafood Write review for this local business
609 Whitehall St SW, Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 588-3474  
Mccormick & Schmick's Write review for this local business
190 Marietta St NW Ste 200, Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 521-1236  
Savannah Fish Company Write review for this local business
210 Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 589-7456  
Baltimore Crab & Seafood Write review for this local business
253 Peters St SW, Atlanta, GA 30313
(404) 523-2121  
Captain D's Seafood Restaurants Write review for this local business
1095 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
(404) 752-6645  
Captain D's Seafood Restaurants Write review for this local business
2065 Metropolitan Pkwy SW, Atlanta, GA 30315
(404) 768-2468  
Ideal Sportsbar Write review for this local business
1953 Lakewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30315
(404) 622-8206  
Yasin's Homestyle Seafood Write review for this local business
1080 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
(404) 753-4363  
Wings & Seafood Write review for this local business
1217 Metropolitan Pkwy SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
(404) 753-0005  
American Wings & Seafood Write review for this local business
387 Cleveland Ave SW Ste 1, Atlanta, GA 30315
(404) 477-5588  
Paradise Seafood Write review for this local business
1957 Metropolitan Pkwy SW, Atlanta, GA 30315
(404) 762-7885  
Km Seafood Write review for this local business
1996 Sylvan Rd SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
(404) 228-0996  
Boutique Seafood Brokers Write review for this local business
1326 White St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
(404) 752-8852  
American Wings and Seafood Write review for this local business
1145 Ralph David Abernathy Blv, Atlanta, GA 30310
(404) 758-0077  
Atl Meats and Seafood Write review for this local business
1233 Joseph E Boone Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30314
(404) 500-5809  
Ocean Aire Seafood Room The Write review for this local business
1100 Peachtree St NE Ste 160, Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 475-2277  
Wings and Seafood Write review for this local business
1401 Moreland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316
(404) 627-8792  
Seafood On The Crest Write review for this local business
2612 Bouldercrest Rd SE, Atlanta, GA 30316
(404) 941-9261  
East Coast Seafood Market LLC Write review for this local business
493 Flat Shoals Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316
(404) 343-0046  
Long John Silver's Write review for this local business
450 Moreland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316
(404) 622-2239  

The seafood industry is a varied one, with many different entities involved. These entities include wholesalers, retailers, restaurants, and more. Some seafood suppliers sell bulk frozen or fresh seafood to cafes, restaurants, schools, cafeterias, and supermarkets. Others are retail chains that rely on distributors to supply them with the necessary items to stock their shelves, such as cans of tuna or frozen shrimp.

Each provider has its own expertise in the business, employing its own set of professionals. These professionals can range from sales associates to company reps to delivery personnel. Seafood dealers should have excellent knowledge of the industry and all it entails, whether they deal primarily in fish or lobster.

Restaurants employ many different professionals, from waiters and managers to cooks and recipe testers. Cooks working at seafood restaurants, especially gourmet ones, should have an education background in culinary arts. Waiters and waitresses need no specific schooling, but a willingness to work with people and excellent communication skills are a plus.

From buffet style restaurants to fine dining establishments, these providers of seafood may offer menu dishes like clam chowder, gumbo, cod, shrimp, and crab legs. They may also offer things like pasta salad, grilled corn on the cob, and French fries to go with the seafood. Diners may order lobster rolls, scallops, grilled chicken, or some kind of meat dish if they don't like seafood.

Related topics contained in this category include all different types of cuisine, from Mexican to Italian to French. Related topics within seafood may range from wholesalers to retailers like supermarkets.

Many professionals work within the seafood business to bring quality fresh and frozen seafood to customers via proven recipes, starting with the local fishermen, right on up to the chef who prepares the finished product.



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