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Joe Patti’s Fresh Seafood

We have died and gone to heaven. At a time in our life when fish is a very good thing, we have come to another place where seafood is plentiful and delicious. (Kuwait and Qatar were also fish heavens :-) )

We have often eaten at Joey Patti’s, but had only glimpsed the Joe Patti outlet next door. Oh WOW. While I will still be buying at Maria’s because it is so close to where I live, Joe Patti’s is what Michelin calls “worth a trip.” They have wild salmon, cut into steaks, my all-time favorite. Good salmon, seared, cooked just through, has a moist, buttery taste I crave, with none of the high-cholesterol drawbacks of butter. :-)

Joe Patti’s is HUGE, and full of seafood. Not just seafood, but anything associated with seafood, like spices, like prepared seafood salads, like condiments, and cooking equipment. Even some great palate-cleansing gelato. :-)

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October 12, 2010 - Posted by | Aging, Cooking, Cultural, Customer Service, ExPat Life, Florida, Food, Health Issues, Living Conditions, Marketing, Pensacola, Shopping

4 Comments »

  1. I love a good seafood place where you can buy fresh seafood.

    Comment by Suwannee Refugee | October 12, 2010 | Reply

  2. I can’t wait ’till you visit Joe Patti’s. :-) They have an amazing variety of seafood and accessories.

    Comment by intlxpatr | October 12, 2010 | Reply

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