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Fish Market in Wappingers Area?

Can anyone recommend a quality fish market in the Wappingers, Fishkill or Pougkeepse area? I'm willing to drive further if it's worth it.

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  1. U won't find one.....sad.........but true........take the drive down to white plains and hit up kam sen foods at 22 barker ave................a chinese grocery store with a fabulous seafood section.............great selection.......and super fresh.......won't disappoint.....

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    1. re: southlake

      it seems to be the one thing missing from this area. I'm suprised there isn't at least one good fish monger.

    2. I swear by Gadaleto's Fish Market in New Paltz. It's the only place around where I will buy fish, and I'm very picky. Steve Krause, the head monger, is really helpful in sourcing unusual or hard to find seafood, as well. Check it out.

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      1. re: groover8

        Thanks, I don't make it over to New Paltz often but I'll definately check it out if I do.

      2. gadaleto's in new paltz.
        there's a fish place across from adams - well, across from the abandoned french restaurant - who goes down to the bronx each night, i believe, to get new fish. ocean's best seafood.

        there's a place on rte 376 in new hackensack plaza, called four maples.

        i can't comment on the freshness of them recently...

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        1. re: bob gaj

          thanks

          what town is ocean's best in? Is it near the Adam's in Pougkeepsie?

          1. re: hudsonvalleyfoodblog

            it's in POK, a few hundred yards down the road across from adams....

          2. re: bob gaj

            I noticed the fish store on route 44 for the first time a few weeks ago when we were stuck in very slow traffic in a snowstorm. We'll try it next time we're down that way. The Adams markets have decent fish counters too. They often have fresh, never frozen Gulf shrimp for about $10/lb. and also never frozen cod and tuna. Sometimes they also have sushi grade tuna (previously frozen).

            1. re: fran124

              Right now I've been relying on Adam's as well. I think their fish is decent and so far the best that I have been able to find. I'll have to try that one on rt 44.