Tuesday, September 13, 2011

The Fresh Fish Counter at the 17th Street Market is No More

Posted By on Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 9:00 AM

Let me qualify that headline: They’re still going to sell an incredible selection of fish at the 17th Street Market, but the counter where you could saunter up and order from an enormous selection of fresh fish is no longer in operation.

That counter was one of the best places — actually, probably the best — place to buy fresh fish in Tucson, and it will be missed.

For the time being, the market is still buying many, many varieties of fresh fish and filleting them on site. The fillets are available in the freezer section next to the other meats. The selection right this moment is limited, but they're working on that. Check in over here for more information.

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