Food Travel

Young’s Fish Market

September 7, 2016
Young's Fish Market ~ www.fabulousindeed.com

Are you ready for more about our 48 hours in Cape Cod?  After my mom picked us up from the bus, we picked up lunch from Young’s Fish Market, which is part of Nauset Fish.

Young's Fish Market ~ www.fabulousindeed.com

The place is tiny, but amazing!  You can’t eat there, and they can’t cook there!  We learned they can’t even heat anything up.  The Chowder is made at Sir Crickets – which you will hear about in another post, as we got lunch from there the next day!

Young's Fish Market ~ www.fabulousindeed.com

You can, however buy amazing fresh local seafood!

Young's Fish Market ~ www.fabulousindeed.com

Or live lobsters!

Young's Fish Market ~ www.fabulousindeed.com

Young's Fish Market ~ www.fabulousindeed.com

We grabbed our lunch and ran home to eat it.  OMG.  It was soooooo good.

We all ordered lobster rolls and clam chowder.  We rounded out the meal with Cape Cod potato chips!

Young's Fish Market ~ www.fabulousindeed.com

Young's Fish Market ~ www.fabulousindeed.com

Young's Fish Market ~ www.fabulousindeed.com

Young's Fish Market ~ www.fabulousindeed.com

Seriously, so, so good.  I want one now!  There was no filler, just big hunks of lobster and mayo! (I guess that is mayo!) (I just googled, I am sure there was lemon and seasonings in there – but no celery like some recipes call for!)

Stay tuned to see what else we got into (ate) while on the Cape!  Be sure to check out the first post about our quick trip here.

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Young Fish Market Cape Cod

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1 Comment

  • Reply Ashley September 7, 2016 at 12:41 pm

    I wish I would have explored more of New England when I lived on the East Coast. So many beautiful natural wonders to see! That lobsta roll looks delish!

    Ashley // A Cute Angle // acutelifestyle.blogspot.com

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