Always the local market in each country have the exotic sights, sounds and smells but Noryangjin Fish Market is more unique. Because it is a big fish market, it has its own sight, sound and smells. Visit Noryangjin Fish Market to eat some fresh seafood and get a special memories!
Joe Patti's Seafood...Pensacola, Florida. We try to make a run to Joe Patti's for fresh seafood whenever we start home from the beach. They pack it well. Just to shop at Joe Patti's is a great experience.
Andrew Harper Northern California recommendations including SF. Restuarants: Scoma's for lobster bisque and oysters or the fresh seafood market at Fisherman's Wharf. Brenda's French Soul Food for the shrimp and grits. Comstock Saloon in the North Beach district for great cocktails, oysters and people watching.
Nishiki Market is a narrow shopping street, lined with more than one hundred shops. Various kinds of fresh foods including many Kyoto specialties such as pickles, Japanese sweets, sushi, and fresh seafood and vegetables are sold. Known as "Kyoto's Kitchen" Nishiki Market has a history of several centuries and many stores have been operated by the same families for generations.
Eat fresh seafood at Jagalchi Fishery Market Jagalchi Market is Korea’s largest seafood market, and here you find endless rows of fish, clams, crabs and other seafood on display. Get ready to sample some of the freshest seafood in Korea, or even try sannakji (live octopus) if you dare! Getting there: Nampodong or Jagalchi Station (Subway line 1)