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These Seafood Markets Offer the Freshest Catches in Westchester

Fjord Fish Market. By Happy Yu/ Courtesy Fjord Fish Market.

For an at-home DIY fish fest, consider these long-standing markets for a fresh catch and a fresh take on meal prep.

Fjord Fish Market

Larchmont; fjordfishmarket.com/larchmont

Like the string of locations in Connecticut and the one in Brooklyn, this sole Westchester spot is committed to offering not only fresh fish but also responsibly sourced seafood — complete with maps and deets documenting everything shoppers need to know to purchase the perfect fish. Adding to the allure is a lineup of take-away poke bowls, sushi, seafood dips and spreads, lobster rolls and dinners, clam bakes, smoked platters, and trays of seafood-topped pastas.

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Fjord Fish Market. By Happy Yu/ Courtesy Fjord Fish Market.

Mt Kisco Seafood

Mount Kisco; mtkiscoseafood.com

Peddling a voluminous variety of fresh catches for 45 years, this inviting seafood shop and produce market stands out for its fabulous fixin’s as much as its fish — sold raw, frozen, and ready-to-eat as a sammie, sushi, entrée, or home-based clambake. A staggering array of go-with sauces and salsas (sample the yogurt green sauce), plus hearty seafood soups and salads, transform a midweek meal into a fish-lovers’ feast.

The Market at Gus’s

Harrison; gusseafood.com/market

For nearly three decades, this family-owned fish market, butcher shop, and gourmet deli has been bringing in fresh seafood daily, from oysters, live Maine lobsters, and sushi-grade tuna to farm-raised and wild whole fish and shellfish, plus imported and domestic caviar.

JJR Highridge Fishery

Yonkers; highridgefishery.com

This family-owned authority on all things under the sea has, for 22 years, been offering fresh fish daily (filleted on premises), including a raw shellfish bar, plus frozen crab legs and Spanish octopus, and a sublime sammie selection highlighted by shrimp parm, salmon burgers, and lobster rolls. Have your fresh catch pro-cooked on-site or simmered in a signature scampi or sherry wine sauce, and voila!, dinner is served.

La Mer Seafood Co.

Armonk; lamerseafood.net

This full-service fish, produce, and prepared-meals market has been delighting seafood lovers and fish foodies for more than three decades with mostly wild and organic gifts from the sea and health-conscious cooking standards. Fish is fresh daily; smoked items and caviars are a particularly hot ticket; the takeout menu is nearly endless; and in-home lobster bakes set this upmarket fishmonger apart from the crowd.

Eastchester Fish Market

Scarsdale; eastchestetfish.com/fish-market

Offering fresh fish daily — even on Mondays, due to a Sunday-night run to The New Fulton Fish Market — this local landmark, open since 1981, hand-selects its swimmers before cutting and filleting them on the premises. Expect it all, from branzino, sea bass, and sole to clams, scallops, and shrimp, with ready-to-serve seafood salads, chowders, crab cakes, Petrossian caviar, and honey-mustard salmon, making dinner a snap.

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