Point Loma Seafoods

2805 Emerson St San DiegoCA92106
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Sushi, Open Daily, Largest Retail Fish Market, Hickory Smoked Fish, Eat Here or Take Out, Dine On The Waterfront, Casual Seafood Restaurant
by merchantcircle on July 25, 2016 from merchantcircle


Look Good: even if you grab a number when you walk in, be sure to keep edging your way up to the front counter. A little shoving never hurt anyone.
by ezlocal on August 01, 2014 from ezlocal
When to Go: Get in line with fellow in-the-know locals for a fresh fish sandwich and a can of soda at lunch time.
by ezlocal on August 01, 2014 from ezlocal

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Point Loma Seafoods Restaurant Review:
Launched in 1963, Point Loma Seafoods has had a strong following for many moons. This is, simply, the best seafood market in San Diego County, as its relationships with local fishermen are strong. Whether in a sandwich or salad, grilled or deep-fried, the fresh seafood is consistently good. Specialties include a house-pickled herring in sour cream that might convert doubters. The place is known...
by gayot on August 16, 2015 from gayot
Right on the waterfront near Shelter Island marina, Point Loma Seafoods has been a San Diego tradition since opening in 1963. Part fish market, part restaurant, when it's busy (pretty much every day) it can be a bit of a free-for-all. There's no waitstaff, so muscle your way toward the big glass cases of fish to order clam sandwiches, smoked fish salad, fried shrimp plates, and the like. When...
by concierge on November 21, 2013 from concierge
Originally opened in 1963, this seafood spot has had a strong following for many moons. You'll probably never find a time when there's no line, but all the hassle is worth it. This is, simply, the best seafood market in San Diego County,…
by Citysearch on August 09, 2012 from Citysearch
Editorial Review by Erin Chambers:
Legendary fresh fish market tosses up the day's catch Pike's Market-style right off the boats, plus custom party trays and sushi.
by by Erin Chambers at Citysearch on November 12, 2007 from Citysearch

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It Began with an Idea. . . Point Loma Seafood's first opened its doors to the public back in 1963. Kelly Christianson and h...is wife Marie began selling fish out of a small store with one small display case. Kelly set exacting standards of quality and freshness, so much so that only the finest catches were kept for sale. In time, along with their sons Jack and John, Kelly and Marie slowly...
by facebook on February 14, 2016 from facebook