Coastal Seafoods Best Fish Market Minneapolis

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2330 Minnehaha Ave S.
Minneapolis, MN
Open Monday thru Friday 10-7, Saturday 9-7
612-724-7425

Coastal Seafoods Minneapolis store is a local landmark in the diverse Seward neighborhood. It’s unique building on the corner of 24th and Minnehaha (just two blocks off Hiawatha) has been home to the nation’s best fish market for nearly 25 years. Regular shoppers of this fish lover’s paradise expect an unsurpassed variety procured from all over the world. Lucky enough to be housed in the same building as Coastal Seafoods acclaimed wholesale division; this store is privileged in that it has access to deliveries arriving 3 times daily to provide for over 150 wholesale restaurant clients.

Malpeque, Alpine Bay, Jorstad Creek, North Umberland, or Barron Point, are a few of the varieties of live oysters available in Minneapolis. Or maybe you are looking for whole fish; like snapper, sole or seabass. Sushi lovers can make this store their one-stop-shop. We have several kinds of tobiko and masago, uni, unagi, nori, sushi rice, sesame seeds, rolling mats and an excellent selection of sushi fish that will delight your tastebuds. For those of you who could use a sushi lesson or two, maybe some tips on seafood grilling or just the basics, the Minneapolis Coastal Seafoods store is home base for many of our fantastic cooking class instructors. It is very likely you will find one of them weighing out Yukon River king salmon while reciting recipes for steamed mussels or fried soft shell crabs.


Over-fishing spell disaster for oceans

2008-04-10 23:46:07 by badspellernocaps

The future food security of millions of people is at risk because over-fishing, climate change and pollution are inflicting massive damage on the world's oceans, marine scientists warned this week.
The two-thirds of the planet covered by seas provide one fifth of the world's protein -- but 75 percent of fish stocks are now fully exploited or depleted, a Hanoi conference that ended Friday was told.
Warming seas are bleaching corals, feeding algal blooms and changing ocean currents that impact the weather, and rising sea levels could in future threaten coastal areas from Bangladesh to New York, experts said


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