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Bronx seafood shop carrying on century-long tradition of offering fresh fish

Frank Randazzo and his brother Joe run the market. They have been carrying on the legacy that was started by their grandfather in the 1920s.

News 12 Staff

Oct 11, 2021, 11:37 PM

Updated 980 days ago

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It’s Italian Heritage Month and a local seafood shop is carrying on a nearly century-long tradition of bringing fresh fish to the Bronx. 
Randazzo’s Seafood has called the Bronx home for almost 100 years. Three generations later, it still brings locals and travelers to its doors on Arthur Avenue. 
Frank Randazzo and his brother Joe run the market. They have been carrying on the legacy that was started by their grandfather in the 1920s. 
Now, that hard work has paid off. The award-winning seafood utopia is a go-to for many, especially around the holidays. 
The family says their Italian heritage plays a big role in what makes their shop special and they plan on selling food for another 100 years.



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