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New Frank’s Fish & Seafood Market on Hilliard-Rome Road in Columbus has no shortage of exotic fare

Bobby and Becky Allman of Galloway went to Frank’s Fish & Seafood Market place II on Hilliard-Rome Road on Sept. 3 to get many lbs . of crab and shrimp to boil for the duration of the Labor Working day weekend for a collecting in Zanesville.

“I noticed (the sector) as I drove by it a number of periods in the past 7 days and prepared to come back again to acquire what I needed,” Bobby Allman said.

But upon the recommendation of marketplace manager Kelly Miller, they extra yet another product to their obtain: alligator sausage.

The alligator sausage and duck, rabbit, pheasant and turtle meat are between some of the much more unique fare available at the new 8,000-sq.-foot Frank’s Fish & Seafood Market II that opened in August at 2410 Hilliard-Rome Street in Columbus, just south of Hilliard.

“(The new place) supplies better stock and variety for our clients,” reported proprietor Frank Gonzalez.

It is the next area for Gonzalez, who opened the to start with Frank’s Fish & Seafood Current market, close by at 5251 Trabue Street in Columbus, about 20 many years in the past.

The 4,000-square-foot industry now is specified with an “I” to differentiate from the new retailer.

These red snappers are among the seafood available at Frank's Fish and Seafood Market II, 2410 Hilliard-Rome Road.

About 8 a long time following the initial sector opened, Frank’s Fish and Seafood Carryout, 5249 Trabue Road, opened within just it, supplying constrained seating for prospects to buy foods and take in there.

Both of those the market place and the carryout will continue to run on Trabue Highway.

Gonzalez, 59, explained he invested about $1 million to buy the previous Mosley Meats constructing at 2410 Hilliard-Rome Street, intestine its inside and then rework and equip it to open as Frank’s Fish & Seafood Current market II.

Frank Gonzalez, owner of the two locations of Frank's Fish & Seafood Market, shows some of the wine selections available at the store at 2410 Hilliard-Rome Road.

The market’s largest sellers stay well-liked seafood staples, such as tilapia, salmon, cod and swordfish, Gonzalez stated.

But the market place also sells “exotic” meats, he said.

The marketplace sells the exact forms of fish and seafood that are served at some of the greatest places to eat in Columbus and all over Ohio, explained Gonzales, who founded Columbus Fish and Seafood Wholesale about 30 yrs back.

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