On October 29th Shore Line Times published their Annual Readers’ Poll, with the following article:
IN OLD SAYBROOK, on Boston Post Road on the corner of School House Road and Old Post Road, just south of Interstate 95, there sits a small fish market called Atlantic Seafood. Our readers have voted this the best place on the Shoreline to buy fresh, tasty, pesticide-free seafood.
The place is loved by New York Times writer Christopher Books, who writes,
To find fish any fresher, you’d probably have to throw out a line and catch them yourself.”
Offering customers fresh fish straight from the ocean, the cases at Atlantic Seafood are filled with salmon, catfish, cod, flounder, sea bass, tilapia, trout, blackfish, bluefish, grouper, Mahi Mahi, shad, yellowfin tuna, shrimp of all sizes, lobsters, clams, crabs, and oysters, to name a few.
But that’s not all you find in this friendly, hometown establishment, which has been owned and operated by Lisa Feinman since 1978. There is also an array of handmade pastas, store-made crab cakes, hand-picked lobster rolls, rice blends, toppers, spices, fresh bread and fresh produce from the stand next door, as well as pre-made sauces and salads.
One can get everything needed for a traditional, fresh, New England-style shore dinner with all the fixings, at Atlantic Seafood.
The staff is amicable and knowledgeable, always willing to answer questions about cooking instructions, taste and recipes, and kids love to visit for the free seashell.
Craving a taste from the sea? Stop into Atlantic Seafood.