Lunenburg resident aims to bring ocea...

Lunenburg resident aims to bring ocean-fresh seafood inland wit...

There are 15 comments on the Sentinel & Enterprise story from Apr 26, 2010, titled Lunenburg resident aims to bring ocean-fresh seafood inland wit.... In it, Sentinel & Enterprise reports that:

Like a message in a bottle, the idea of bringing fresh fish to Leominster came to Joan Fontaine as she sat on the beach more than a year ago.

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Leominster Taxpayer

Redwood City, CA

#1 Apr 26, 2010
Stopped in on Saturday, the price of Haddock was more than double the price at S&S. Needless to say, I drove to Fitchburg. Their fish might have been good, but their prices need to be more in line to compete.

Since: Sep 09

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#2 Apr 26, 2010
SS Lobster has had fresh fish and a Lobster for ages! This is nothing new! I shall stick with the tried and true.
Mike from Leominster

Fitchburg, MA

#3 Apr 26, 2010
Great stuff, nice and clean. More expensive than SS but the quality was a cut above.

For squid lovers, try the squid - a buck more than SS but by far the best I've ever had.
Jim

Fitchburg, MA

#4 Apr 26, 2010
Sounds like she needs to do more "hunting" for better prices so she can at least compete with the other businesses. Otherwise she is sure to fail
cough cough

North Billerica, MA

#5 Apr 26, 2010
She obviously is used to going to the Boston markets in the wee hours since I'm sure she does that for her flower business. That said, her prices SHOULD be lower since it's not costing her much more since she's there anyways. Greed.
RenoLady

Lovelock, NV

#6 Apr 26, 2010
Looking forward to stopping by on our next trip to Lunenburg to see the grandkids. No one in Reno sells fresh seafood.....it's all flashfrozen or precooked. Ugh. When there are Maine lobsters or fresh dungeness crabs available, the prices are outlandish. Have to resort to Legal Seafoods for that special occasion New England clambake......yummy! 80 in Reno today with everything in bloom here in the valley with snowcapped mountains all around us. Beautiful.
king of infomation

Saint Petersburg, FL

#7 Apr 26, 2010
it is people like joan that make this a great country. I look forward to some great seafood there.
king of infomation

Saint Petersburg, FL

#8 Apr 26, 2010
Zimmer wrote:
SS Lobster has had fresh fish and a Lobster for ages! This is nothing new! I shall stick with the tried and true.
how many health code violations.did you ever see how filthy ss lobster is.I HAVE !!!
Hungry in leomintown

Belden, MS

#9 Apr 26, 2010
king of infomation wrote:
<quoted text> how many health code violations.did you ever see how filthy ss lobster is.I HAVE !!!
SS is pretty gross.
clean fish lover

Holbrook, MA

#12 Apr 28, 2010
All seafood is not the same. The crap they sell at S&S is usually been in the boats for 4 to 5 days longer than that the top quality markets, hence the lower prices. The chains buy up whats left at auction after the best fish houses get the best. if you demand high quality and a safe, healthy product, you will have to pay for it.
dissatisfied

Orlando, FL

#14 May 5, 2010
Funnny home covicted fellons can open a business in this town
dissatisfied

Orlando, FL

#15 May 5, 2010
Funny, how convicted fellons can open anything in this town, the prices are way to high, and they never have anything, id rather market basket for my fish
someone who knows her

Fitchburg, MA

#16 May 11, 2010
dissatisfied wrote:
Funny, how convicted fellons can open anything in this town, the prices are way to high, and they never have anything, id rather market basket for my fish
You probably have more of a chance being waited on by "convicted fellons" at Market Basket then you do at Leominster Seafood. You might have an ax to grind but no reason to slander people.
Marie in the Burg

Great Barrington, MA

#17 May 11, 2010
king of infomation wrote:
<quoted text> how many health code violations.did you ever see how filthy ss lobster is.I HAVE !!!
I never have understood the attraction to SS (other than maybe there was no other fish place around). There is always a line for both the restaurant side and the fresh fish side. The place does look filthy, as others have said (but wouldn't/shouldn’t the board of health or whoever keep an eye on that? scary), and some of the staff is downright rude to customers. The last time my mother-in-law bought fish there a few months ago, she said never again. I am willing to pay a little more for a better product, and will check this new place out.
cowgirl

United States

#19 May 16, 2010
Conrad's in Lunenburg has the freshest seafood around, absolutely fantastic. I wouldn't even go into SS - the dirt on the windows convinces me to stay away.

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