Want the freshest seafood on Pleasure Island, buy it where the restaurants do—Blackburn Brother’s Seafood, an island institution featuring fish catch fish, crabs, oysters, mussels, clams, shrimp and more.
This is the place to get the freshest seafood in Carolina Beach—straight off the boats in CB harbor. Blackburn Brothers Seafood Market has been around for lots of years and has earned a reputation for the quality and selection of raw seafood displayed on ice. They purchase seafood right on the docks everyday, assuring the freshest catch. It’s why many of the top restaurants on Pleasure Island buy their fish here. Most of the employees have worked at Blackburns for many years. They will gut, clean and descale your fish too.
Besides seafood to cook, you’ll find a whole wall of sauces, salts and condiments to cook with or finish your grilled, steamed, bakes or roasted seafood. From classic Old Bay to a variety of spicy seafood sauces, Blackburn Brothers has what you need to serve your family and guests a fantastic seafood feast.
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“Fresh seafood, best prices around. We love this place and but here almost every week. The shrimp can’t be beat and the tuna is delicious too. The woman who work here are always friendly. Recommend stopping by and grabbing some seafood perfect for the grill or steaming. This is definitely the best around this area for fresh seafood.” —Mike N.
“Terrific seafood market on the island. They always have a good selection of the freshest fillets and whole fish. The women behind the counter have been there for as long as I can remember and are always helpful with questions about what’s in season and when each fish came in. A true local market with a lot of history.” —Greg P.
“I ordered 15lbs+ of shrimp and 100 clams and it was bagged up and ready to go in 10 minutes. The location is hidden and if your not looking for it you’ll drive right by it! The selection was good and everything looked fresh and delicious, from whole fish to filets. There’s nothing fancy about this place, it’s a hole in the wall that sells good seafood!” —Tony H.