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Fish Market in Los Angeles,California

Posted last August 20, 2015, 1:28 am in Stores report article

A fish market is a marketplace used for marketing fish products. It can be dedicated to wholesale trade between fishermen and fish merchants, or to the sale of seafood to individual consumers, or to both. Retail fish markets, a type of wet market, often sell street food as well.

 

 

San Pedro Fish Market and Restaurant
Berth 55 Fish Market and Seafood Deli
Santa Monica Seafood Market & Café
World Seafoods
Crenshaw Fish Market
Fisherman's Outlet
Rick's Fish & Seafood Market
Family Fish Market
Collins Fish Market
Fish King
Quality Seafood
Pasadena Fish Market
East West Fish Market
Slauson Fish Market
Central Fish Market
Bayshore Seafood Market
Matt's Fish Market
Mels' Fish Market
Capt Kidd's Fish Market
Imperial Snapper Fish Market
Etna Fish Market
King Fish Market
Fairfax Fish Market
James Fishmarket
Oh Manna Fish Market
Johnny's Fish Market
Super Fish Market
All Seas Fish Market
Los Angeles Fish Co
Plaza Fish Market
No Problem Fish Market
Louisiana Fish Market
Bates Fish Market
Central Fish Market
Ocean Plus Fish Market Inc
Happy Fish Market
Sol Fish Market
Fairfax Fishery
Fish King Seafood Co
Family Fish Market
Fish Market
Royal Fish Market
Ann's Fish Market
Seafood City Supermarket
Rainbow Seafood Market
Froggy's Topanga Fish Market
Holly Park Fish Market
Soul Fish Market
Kim's FisH & Chips
Seamans Fish Market
Big Fish Market
Fish Market
Belizean Fish Market
Rosarito Fish Market
Bates Fish Number One
Big Red Seafood Market
Seafood City Supermarket
Rocky's Fish & Poultry
Angel Fish Market
Hoi Yeung Co

 

 

Fish markets are historically most often found in seaside towns. Once ice or other simple cooling methods became available, some were also established in large inland cities that had good trade routes to the coast.