Whether you enjoy preparing clams or Maine lobster tail, several seafood markets near Luxe at Alewife can help you create your favorite recipes. Best of all, you can choose between easy pick-up or shipping options when you shop online.
The seafood markets near our Cambridge apartments include:
After the Zanti family expanded their fishing business in 1950, Joseph and Frank convinced their father to open a wholesale retail operation. Today, the family carries on their tradition of offering the finest seafood at Yankee Lobster Company. They have many loyal customers from coast to coast. Along with the lobster, you can also shop for rock crabs, littleneck clams, jumbo shrimp, and more. Call to place an order, which will arrive at your door in no time.
A local fixture since 2008, Red's Best opened after Jared worked on commercial vessels in Alaska and Cape Cod. He saw the number of species in New England's pristine cold waters and wanted a way for consumers to have access to fresh seafood. The selection varies based on what the ocean has to offer. Choices may include Atlantic salmon, haddock, and striped bass. Red's Best will ship to your home.
James Hook and his three sons began selling lobsters to Boston's finest lobster restaurants in 1925. Now one of our favorite seafood markets in Cambridge, James Hook & Co., is run by the family's third generation and remains committed to offering the best seafood in town. The varied selection includes Chilean sea bass, fresh swordfish steaks, and live Dungeness crab. Call the shop to place a pickup or shipping order.
For other ingredients, order from a nearby specialty grocery store. If you're searching for a place to call home, please contact us. We will offer a tour of Luxe at Alewife so you can see everything our apartments in Cambridge, Massachusetts have to offer.
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