Where to Eat this Weekend: Seafood Landing

February 22nd, 2014 Posted by Denver 1 comment

For the Health of It!

Seafood Landing

Established for forty years, Seafood Landing, located in the busy 32nd and Lowell area, is a quality fish market providing fresh items not often found at the local grocery store. Owned and passed amongst friends, the current owner, Bruce Johnson, has been the owner for nine years. As a third generation owner, Bruce has seen second-generation customers, and is hoping to see third generation customers.

Offering items such as live lobsters, clam chowder, the same recipe used by founding owners, and a variety of seafood items that are not only very fresh, but of high-quality. Even if you aren’t able to find the exact variety of fish you are in search of, Bruce will gladly place an order and import any item someone may want or need.

Seafood Landing

The prices are always reasonable, offering a couple of extra oysters in case one or two may happen to be inadequate, and Bruce is always offering a little free treat from the shop, such a smoked salmon jerky. The store and the owner take great pride in the fishmonger trade, flying fresh seafood in multiple times per week. He shows value for his customers, always remembering if you’ve visited, even once. The Seafood Landing is truly a great fish market to source seafood and support small business.

 

The Seafood Landing is located at 3457 W. 32nd Ave. Denver, CO 80211

(303) 571-1995

 

Now for the foodie trivia question to see how educated of a foodie you really are!

 

Is halibut a flatfish or roundfish?

 

The answer to last Thursday’s blog question: In what part of Germany did biergartens originate? Bavaria in Southern Germany!

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