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“Good fresh local seafood”

St. Patrick s Seafood Market
Cuisines: Seafood
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Reviewed 10 August 2014

We had a big dinner for 10 one night. Bought grouper, scallops and scrimp here. All were very fresh. Prices reasonable.

Place is interesting when you pull up. looks a little backwoods, but it is very nice.

Thank curtdo
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Reviewed 29 July 2014

Great service, great conversation and amazing seafood selection & value. We picked up 10 lbs of head-on shrimp early in the week (steamed at our rental in CSB) and returned back for a large back of oysters (enjoyed on the half shell!)

1  Thank BeachyOne
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Reviewed 13 August 2013

friendly staff, the shrimp was very good, could have been a little cheaper, fish was overpriced. Good place to pick up raw shrimp to take home or cook while you are there. The crab dip was great.

1  Thank f_alexander26
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Reviewed 12 August 2013 via mobile

My family has been coming to the Florida panhandle for over 30 years. One of our favorite things is getting fresh fish / shrimp while at the coast and cooking in our rental. Our first night we got shrimp here... It didn't look good and my instincts said don't get it, but I had never had a problem with fish / shrimp not being fresh on the coast from a seafood market. We got home and the shrimp smelled odd. Some of them were clearly spoiled. We also had to remove the heads, which would lead one to believe it was really fresh, but not the case. It was like they spent a period of time not on ice before we bought them. We had to throw them out and go somewhere else. By the way, we got grouper at Triple Tails market the next night - equally a horrible experience. Wrote a review there too. It wasn't until our last night we had success going to the Shell Shack in Mexico Beach. Very fresh and what we are accustomed to for the coast. It was our first time to the Forgotten Coast area - prior experience is on 30A to Gulf Shores. The struggle to find fresh fish was a real downer, but eventually we had success with the Shell Shack. Maybe we just caught it on a good day, but I wanted to pass the word in the hopes to help others.

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3  Thank gte331r
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Reviewed 23 June 2013

If you love fresh fish a visit to discover the catch of the day is highly recommended. Pick up your ingredients that will top off your home made seafood....

1  Thank Pam P
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