</ins>

Recent Comments

Recent Posts

Categories

Archives

Meta

Blue Ocean Seafood Market, 2500 Forest Drive: April 2014   3 comments

Posted at 11:24 pm in Uncategorized

p1130271_tn.jpg

p1130272_tn.jpg

p1140840_tn.jpg

p1140839_tn.jpg

I have some other pictures of this place with the whole "Blue Ocean" moniker still on the sign if I recall correctly. As soon as I come across them, I'll add them as an update. Anyway, I've noticed for a couple of months that this place on Forest Drive more or less across from the old Bojangles was closed. I wasn't entirely sure it was gone for good though until late June when I noticed a new placard proclaiming that the location would soon be Fish & More. Still sounds fishy to me..

UPDATE 15 July 2014 -- Added the first two pictures above, with the original name still on the sign.

Written by ted on July 2nd, 2014

Tagged with , , ,

3 Responses to 'Blue Ocean Seafood Market, 2500 Forest Drive: April 2014'

Subscribe to comments with RSS or TrackBack to 'Blue Ocean Seafood Market, 2500 Forest Drive: April 2014'.

  1. Fish & more what????

    Homer

    3 Jul 14 at 12:23 am

  2. When I see this post I can't help but think about Palmetto Seafood at 2200 Gervais Street in Columbia.
    I can say that they have been there at least until the 60's. Because I can remember my Dad taking us there to buy seafood back then.
    Every time I drive past, I remember that, but I have never gone there since. Now that I type this comment, I wonder why?
    It must be okay, if they have survived all of these years.
    So, with that said, I'll give them a try the next time I'm in the area. My dad did not go anywhere that had bad food so maybe they are okay.

    Rick

    3 Jul 14 at 6:16 pm

  3. When I was young the only seafood market I recall was the original Dixie Seafood. I don't remember the original location or what we picked up from there unless it was oysters (my Dad loved oyster stew and fried oysters). Most of the seafood we ate in those days were caught out of one of the three ponds my grandfather had on his farm. That is except for an occasional trip to Jack's Diner above Ballentine to get their fried baby catfish.

    Homer

    3 Jul 14 at 11:45 pm

Leave a Reply