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Wallis Seafood Market in Barrington....

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elle bee Mar 8, 2011 10:53 AM

New to the area...noticed Wallis Seafood on Maple Avenue...Has anyone been?
Thanks!

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  1. chefjohn RE: elle bee Mar 8, 2011 12:21 PM

    I have not been there in over a year now. Seafood was fresh but limited. A good place is Tony's on route 6 in Seekonk or Nick's in Bristol. Those are the the two I frequent most of the time. I also shop in New Bedford.

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      elle bee RE: chefjohn Mar 8, 2011 12:44 PM

      As long as the fish is fresh there...it will save me a trip to Providence :) Thanks Chefjohn!

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        sarabean RE: elle bee Mar 8, 2011 01:04 PM

        i'm surprised to hear that given that i live in providence and am constantly frustrated at the glaring lack of seafood markets in the city proper.

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        schoenfelderp RE: chefjohn Mar 18, 2011 01:35 PM

        Chefjohn, I haven't tried Tony's even though I drive by it all the time, whats their quality/selection?

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          chefjohn RE: schoenfelderp Mar 19, 2011 12:16 PM

          I normally pick up haddock, scollop's, wild shrimp, oysters, crabs. They also have other shellfish and fish. They also carry some prepared heat and eat items but I have never tried them. I shop there a couple times a month along with a couple other fish markets I shop at.

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        lpage RE: elle bee Mar 18, 2011 01:03 PM

        Oh yes, Wallis is a great resource. Small, not much selection, but good and cheap. He makes his own frozen fish stock, always has a plentiful supply of local littlenecks...check it out.

        1. schoenfelderp RE: elle bee Mar 18, 2011 01:34 PM

          I find Wallis good for lobster and littlenecks. Fish is limited, but what he has is usually fresh.

          If you're new to the area I would also suggest Persimmon Provisions for all your meat needs. They have been extremely helpful and the quality of meat is great.

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