1365 Fall River Ave., Seekonk | 508-336-6800
Business Hours: Monday-Saturday, 9am-6pm | Meals Served: Prepared foods and carryout | Cusine: Seafood | Price Range: $$-$$$ | Alcohol: Beer & wine only | Parking: Private lot | Credit Cards Accepted: Yes | Delivery: No
For four generations, Tony’s Seafood has been supporting locally caught fish and shellfish, providing exceptional service, and extending their expertise in cooking and the best methods of preparation for all things seafood to their customers. Offering all varieties of the freshest seafood, prepared foods from their deli, just baked bread delivered daily Sal’s Bakery and a large selection of wine and craft beer, Tony’s Seafood is a one-stop shopping experience.
Browse their menu of party platters or feel free to design your own. From the classic jumbo (or colossal) shrimp cocktail, to fresh-picked lobster meat, to Alaskan King Crab Legs, to native smoked bluefish, they have all of the components to create one fabulous spread. Their deli items, from full dinner entrées to side dishes, are made in-house. Salmon pinwheels, stuffed sole, lobster salad and the never-fail bacon-wrapped scallops are just a few delicious preparations available at the deli counter. Local options include Pt. Judith squid, native haddock, locally harvested oysters and quahogs.
Tony’s will also ship their products anywhere within the continental U.S., so you can take the experience with you or send someone very special a little frutti di mare. Feel free to ask their staff any dietary questions – they will point you in the right direction and happily address your concerns. Prefer to cook yourself? They have virtually every necessary ingredient when it comes to preparing seafood. Be sure to scoop up some recipe cards before leaving or browse their Facebook page for inspiration. You are also encouraged to share and post your own recipes and cooking tips on their wall. Don’t forget to browse their large selection of fine wine and craft beer as well, and “sea” the beauty of one-stop shopping!
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