Atlantic Seafood Among Yankee Magazine’s Top Ten Best New England Seafood Markets

We’re honored to have been named one of the Top Ten Best New England Seafood Markets by Yankee Magazine. Scroll below the image and see what they had to say about us!

Top Ten New England Seafood Markets

Yankee Magazine Weighs in on Atlantic Seafood Market

“This market is the seafood gem of the lower Connecticut River valley. Owned by Lisa Feinman, everything here is as fresh as it can be. CIA-trained resident chef Jerry Doran and his staff cut all their fish fresh and make all their prepared seafood delights from scratch every day. Late spring is a good time to pay a visit, when the shad are running up the Connecticut River and fresh shad and shad roe are in plentiful supply.”

Atlantic Seafood - Zagat Rated Seafood Market in CT

Zagat Review

"Incredibly wonderful seafood. Order all your fresh and frozen fish from them. Known for their cocktail shrimp. It does not get better than this. This is definitely the place to go when you are entertaining and want the very best.” -Susan Monday, Zagat

Best seafood platters in CT - Atlantic Seafood Market

We’ve Recently Been Featured in USA Today

Nationally syndicated newspaper USA Today recently published an article about local seafood markets and the special perks customers are treated to when visiting them. Locally sourced seafood, in-depth knowledge about products and their benefits, and unbeatable freshness are all points that this article touched upon.

Sustainable food & practices as well as having the best fitting seafood for every season are additional reasons why local, independent seafood markets give you something that the big chains just can't match. We're humbled to have been featured in this article along with some of the other best seafood markets in America.

Warm Up with a Cup of Hot Chowder!

Its the time of year where the leaves and the temperature plummet. We pull on sweaters, put away the grill, and look for the rake. What better way to end a blustery day this fall than to come home to a steaming mug of chowder?

The name “chowder” is believed to be an altered pronunciation of the English word “cauldron” or the French “chaudiere” (also meaning “cauldron”) – the vessel in which chowder was once cooked. There is also the possibility that the term comes from “jowter” – an Old English name for fish peddler. However its name came to be, chowder has quite a history and has been being spooned out on American soil for hundreds of years. At one time known as poor person’s food, the soup has grown and branched out with our country. Today, chowder stands as a tasty illustration of the vibrant blend of cultures that makes us who we are as Americans.

To read more, visit the Atlantic Seafood Market Blog.


1400 Boston Post Road

Old Saybrook, Connecticut 06475

Phone: (860) 388-4527


On Boston Post Road on the corner of School House Road and Old Post Road, just south of I-95 and west of the Old Saybrook High School.