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Katie's Seafood Market reviews
Fresh, Local and delicious best describes this restaurant. Add in the excellent service and reasonable pricing and you have the ingredients for a very enjoyable dining experience. You have the... more »
If you want the freshest fish, this is the place. Brought in from the Gulf daily with many choices. I had the fish tacos and the fresh taste was definitely noticeable. Friendly and helpful staff... more »
Modest but extremely fresh selection of fish. Freshest looking fish I've seen anywhere, like they jumped out of the sea into the store. Love stopping here on trip to head back with some lovely fish for dinner.
We've gotten great seafood from there three times this weekend. All super fresh. Oysters were amazing! The open air market atmosphere is cool and it's super convenient to the beach. Great selection too. Which was nice because some in our group were picky
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