Seafood articles

From Sea to Seaview’s Kitchen

It’s been the vision over the last decade for the Seaview Crab Company owners trifecta – brothers Joe and Sam Romano and Nathan King – to not only harvest from our fertile coastal waters and serve the Wilmington area with the freshest catches of seafood, but to also conserve the ocean and beaches in the community where they’ve thrived from the beginning.

Sea of Green

It’s refreshing to know that there’s a small business in our midst that cares not only for our community, but also our earth and ocean. That’s been the mission of Seaview Crab Company for the last decade and the passion of co-owners Sam and Joe Romano (brothers) and Nathan King.

Seaview Crab Company: Ensuring Enough for Everyone

Seaview Crab Company is committed to selling seafood caught by sustainable seafood practices. Why is Seaview Crab Company one of the most successful fresh seafood markets in the area? It all comes down to one simple principle: connecting people to local seafood. Considering that we live on the coast, you’d think that would be easy to do.

Market Street Discovery

Regarding the beer at JohnnyLukes, there are 18 to 20 beers on tap at any given time, and they are rotated regularly by Bar Manager Zack Kerr. Wilmington Brewing’s Tropical Lightning, the ubiquitous local favorite, is on the list, along Edward Teach offerings.

Seasonal Seafood at Seaview Crab Co.

Starting with flavorful, fresh fish is key when cooking seafood. And that’s why it’s important to buy fish that’s in season. You can be assured that your local fishmongers at Seaview Crab Company have what’s in season. If you’re not sure what you want, or if you’re new to purchasing or cooking fresh seafood, let them help guide you. Think of a visit to Seaview as a Seafood 101 crash course! And the good news is, no matter the time of year, there is always seafood in season in North Carolina! 

Keeping It Clean at Seaview Crab Company 

Let’s face it, when people walk into a fish market, their guard is usually up — especially if they’re buying seafood for the first time. The comingling of smells and visuals can kick the senses into high gear. And that’s enough to make a first impression before the customer even interacts with the fishmonger. 

Seaview Seafood Market Keeping It Local

Have you ever walked past the seafood counter at your local grocery store and seen signs that say “fresh” shrimp, salmon, tuna or other species — and then read on the packaging that it is a product in Indonesia or someplace so remote that you wonder, how can this be fresh? Well, it’s not. It’s frozen and shipped thousands of miles away. 

Unrivaled Views Make Unforgettable Events

Oceanic Restaurant is a landmark of Wrightsville Beach, connected to the historic Crystal Pier sitting directly on the Atlantic Ocean. This unforgettable beachfront venue is located on South Lumina Avenue with direct beach access, and convenient parking located adjacent to the restaurant. The entire restaurant offers panoramic views of the sparkling Atlantic Ocean and was recently renovated in March 2019 to enhance the dining experience and views of the ocean.

Oceanic Restaurant

The Oceanic Restaurant is rooted in Wrightsville Beach history for over the last 40 years, and the historic Crystal Pier it’s attached to, 40 years older than that. The pier, when first built in 1939 was the longest wooden pier in the Atlantic Ocean and even to this day, is the only wooden pier in Wrightsville Beach, expanding 475 feet into the water.

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