Look for Wild Seafood at the near end of the market. Dave Webb, a former manager at Frank's, is in the process of opening that store, reports Rob. Some fish may already be on sale, but the official opening is slated for February 28. Says Rob:
Right now, he is having a "soft opening," and he has a few things in stock. But, he will be up and ready to go full steam.... ahhh CRABS... ahead on the 28th.The former Frank's Seafood closed last fall after being a Howard County mainstay for years. They were my spot for oysters and steamed crabs. The new Wild Seafood appears to be taking over the same space, which is just south of Rte 175 and a few blocks east of U.S. 1. You need to show an ID to enter the Jessup wholesale seafood market, but anyone can buy at the retail store.
If you go to the new Wild Seafood, I also recommend stopping at My Organic Market, which is on Rte 175 just east of U.S. 1. I've done well in the past shopping for fish or shellfish, then taking that inspiration to My Organic Market to buy my other ingredients.