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Fresh seafood finds its way to Fort Payne

Posted: Monday, December 20, 2010 4:28 pm

A new specialty market is open in Fort Payne and is bringing flavors of the Gulf to DeKalb County residents.

Off the Boat Seafood and Specialty Market is open in the old Baty's Beverages location in north Fort Payne.

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  • PerdidoSon posted at 10:49 am on Wed, Dec 29, 2010.

    PerdidoSon Posts: 1

    Greg Parker is my 3rd cousin, and grew up on the Gulf coast. Not near the water, or on the water, but IN THE WATER! He knows about everyting there is about catching, preparing, and cooking seafood. All you good folks in Ft. Payne need to do yourself a big favor and try this place. If it is half as good as the food I've had at Greg's house (Perdido Beach), you are in for a treat! Good luck Greg.

    ...and WAR EAGLE!

     
  • Kenny Powers posted at 3:48 pm on Tue, Dec 21, 2010.

    Kenny Powers Posts: 76

    I am almost tempted to say that Fort Payne needs a Shushi bar. But then again, I don't know if the area is ready for it.

     
  • OHDEERE posted at 2:56 pm on Tue, Dec 21, 2010.

    OHDEERE Posts: 1

    the seafood lasagna is the BOMB!!!!! CAN'T WAIT FOR FRIED MULLET!!!
    PEOPLE THESE GUY'S CAN COOK!

    BEST OF LUCK! SEE YA NEW YEARS WEEKEND!

     
  • The Critic posted at 9:18 am on Tue, Dec 21, 2010.

    The Critic Posts: 127

    They probably also noticed in short order that there isn't a decent place to eat in or around Fort Payne, so they decided to bring some fresh seafood up so people can cook it themselves. Good job, Parkers.

     
  • Joe Dirt posted at 8:54 pm on Mon, Dec 20, 2010.

    Joe Dirt Posts: 81

    I know what ol' Joe Dirt is having for supper, that's right, fish tacos. Got hooked on them back in Tijuana.

     

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