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Must-try fish market restaurants on Long Island

Buoy One's clambake includes a whole lobster, mussels,

Buoy One's clambake includes a whole lobster, mussels, steamers, shrimp and a baked potato along with corn on the cob at the Riverhead seafood market and restaurant. Photo Credit: Daniel Brennan

When you dine in a fish market, you’re not looking for frills or fanciness. It’s freshness you’re after.

At these fish market eateries, everything on the menu is on display in the showcase. Buy it to cook at home or eat it in the attached restaurant.

 

PINE AIRE FISH & DELI, 140 Pine Aire Dr., Bay Shore, 631-231-1655

This reliable Salvadoran seafood house is attached to a fish market. It’s hard to find fresher ceviche. Other picks include sopa de pescado (a fish soup-stew), grilled jumbo shrimp and fried porgy.

 

ARTIE’S SOUTH SHORE FISH & GRILL, 4257 Austin Blvd., Island Park, 516-889-0692

Owner Artie Hoerning is a commercial fisherman who reels in much of what he sells and serves in the attached restaurant. Recommendations include Ipswich clams, swordfish, lobster rolls. The big bonus: Fries are house-made.

 

BUOY ONE, 1175 W. Main St., Riverhead, 631-208-9737, buoyone.com

At this colorful eatery alongside a fish store, chef-owner David Girard offers fried and grilled classics. He also gets inventive with such dishes as horseradish-crusted codfish and Thai glazed shrimp.

 

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