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At Casamar Seafood Market Amberjack, Flounder, Grouper, Snapper, Mahi Mahi, Salmon, Swordfish and Tuna arrive fresh on a daily basis! We offer at least 10 choices of fresh fish fillets everyday.

Call and find out what our fishermen brought us today! It changes daily.

Our Shellfish selection includes: Oysters, Scallops, Clams, Squid, and Mussels.
Casamar Seafood Market’s Oysters may be purchased in a variety of amounts and containers. We offer “Standard” and “Select” Oysters. “Select” are the best of the best.

All seafood is Wild Caught!

Our store also offers a selection of Stone Crab Claws, Softshell Crab, Snow Crab Clusters, King Crab Legs and Dungeness Crab Clusters.

We offer so much more too! Check out our Market!

When you buy seafood from Casamar Seafood Market we guarantee the lowest prices to the public and freshest seafood daily. Explore our site and learn why we have a nationwide reputation for quality products.

 Florida Keys Fresh Seafood!

Fresh Fish

Fresh fish fillets everyday!
At Casamar Seafood Market fresh Yellowtail, Amberjack, Hogfish, Grouper, Snapper, Mahi Mahi, Salmon, Swordfish, and Tuna arrive fresh on a daily basis!

Ulises Perdomo and Casamar Seafood Market provide fresh seafood to both residents and visitors of the Florida Keys. Our fish are caught by local fishermen who take daily trips into the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean. We purchase this seafood directly off the boats, at our docks, from folks we’ve known for years.

Restaurants, hotels and country clubs trust Casamar Seafood Market for supplying them with the finest, freshest fish available and now you can enjoy the same high quality seafood right in your own home! For everyday dining, entertaining or gift giving, Casamar Seafood Market is your premier source to buy fresh fish and seafood. We have a full quality assurance staff whose only job is to provide the finest fish and seafood to our customers. We update our seafood selection quite often so visit us often to see what’s new!

Snapper

Wild Caught. Snapper are found primarily on the reefs or in shallow waters off the Florida Keys. These fish are normally 1 to 8 pounds in size and have a firm texture. They can be baked, broiled or fried. Market Price

Grouper

Wild Caught. Probably the most popular frying fish that we have, Grouper has a firm white meat. It also lends itself well to other forms of cooking such as baking, broiling or blackening. Because grouper is a lean fish, some basting is necessary while broiling or baking to prevent drying the meat out. Market Price

Grouper

Hogfish

Wild Caught. Hogfish is a delicate, white meat fish that is great any way you fix it. It can be fried, baked, broiled or sauteed. A Key Largo local’s favorite. The Miami New Times says hogfish “tastes sweeter than grouper, is flakier than dolphin, and is as rich as scallops.” Market Price

Mahi Mahi

Wild Caught. Dolphin Fish, also known as Mahi-Mahi, is an excellent fish! The large flaked, moist meat has wonderful flavor and can be prepared by virtually any cooking method: fried, broiled, baked or grilled. Cook the fish until it has a white opaque color. Market Price

Lionfish

Wild Caught. Highly invasive but very tasty! The Tampa Tribune states “They’re wonderfully delicious, with a light, clean, natural flavor that almost tastes buttery.” Market Price

Yellowtail

Wild Caught. A western Atlantic Ocean snapper that flourishes in the Florida Keys. 1-2 LBS in size. Light and flaky in texture. Great broiled or pan-fried. Market Price

Yellowfin Tuna

Wild Caught. The Florida Yellowfin Tuna is Wild Caught, fresh and frozen. It is a firm, lean meat full of flavor. It is eaten raw, cooked, smoked and canned. Market Price.

Tuna

Tilefish

Wild Caught. Tilefish are found in very deep waters of 600ft off the Gulf of Mexico. Firm texture, white meat with a delicate sweet flavor. Market Price

Swordfish

Wild Caught. Swordfish is priced by the pound. It is considered a delicacy and a great grill item. Swordfish is not always available but when it is, it’s so good! Market Price

Swordfish

Salmon

Our salmon is Wild Caught. The fillets are a nice pink/orange color and is a very nice grilling fish. Market Price

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Call 305.440.3935 for pricing and availability.

We take great price in our seafood, the best the Florida Keys has to offer, and we want you to enjoy it. Some items are seasonal. Prices change daily. Orders subject to availability.
Serving sizes are approximately one-half pound per person for fish and shrimp, and one pound for Stone Crab claws. Unless, of course, it’s a pig-out. Then all bets are off!

Stone Crab

The best Stone Crabs come from the Florida Keys. Stone Crabs are sold by the pound and usually sold in Colossal, Jumbo, Large and Medium sizes.

  • Colossal size claws will be 1-2 claws to the pound. $36.95/lb

  • Jumbo size claws will give you 3 claws to the pound. $31.95/lb

  • Large size claws will give you 4-5 claws to the pound. $21.95/lb

  • Medium size claws will give you 6 to 7 claws to the pound. $16.95/lb

Call to confirm availability.

Try the claws with our homemade Mustard Sauce.
*** Mustard Sauce Sold Separately***

(Sold only during Season: October 15 through May 15)

Stone Crab
Stone Crab

Shrimp

Shrimp are low in saturated fat and calories. They are high in protein, zinc, iron, vitamin B12 and selenium. You knew you loved them for a reason!

Key West Pink Shrimp

Wild Caught. Available when in season which is typically from November to June.

$18.99/lb

Gulf White Shrimp


Wild Caught. These Gulf favorites are harvested twice a year: fall and spring from the West Florida Gulf Coast to the Eastern tip of Texas. This particular shrimp can produce a variety of sizes from 10/15 count per pound to 36/40 count per pound during various points of the season. Unloaded daily at our docks! Market Price

Gulf Brown Shrimp


Wild Caught. Gulf Brown Shrimp are typically harvested between July and November. They have a firm texture which makes them a perfect choice for peel and eat shrimp. Market Price.

Call 305.440.3935 for pricing and availability.

We take great price in our seafood, the best the Florida Keys has to offer, and we want you to enjoy it. Some items are seasonal. Prices change daily. Orders subject to availability.
Serving sizes are approximately one-half pound per person for fish and shrimp, and one pound for Stone Crab claws. Unless, of course, it’s a pig-out. Then all bets are off!

Lobster

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Spiny Lobster

Let’s set the record straight right away! Spiny lobsters are not the same thing as a New England or European homard lobster!

But that doesn’t mean spiny lobsters are not delicious delicacies on their own! They are a rare treat, gathered in traps or by hand from divers and sold live in tanks.

Spiny lobsters house an enormous amount of meat in their bodies — there’s an especially yummy chunk at the base of each antenna. Spiny lobsters, pound for pound, have more meat in their bodies than New England lobsters. That means you will do well to buy whole, live spiny lobsters if you can find them.

Lobsters are the jewel of the Florida Keys waters. They tend to live in the shallow waters. Each of your Florida lobster will weigh about 1.25 lbs. In the Florida Spiny Lobster, most of the meat is found in the tail. It is firm in texture and sweet to the taste.

The lobster tail can be boiled for 12 minutes in boiling water, dipped in garlic butter or just eaten plain. Nothing could be better! Other ways of preparation are broiled, grilled or fried (take the meat out of the shell). Cook until the color of the meat is white.

$13.50/lb

Shellfish

At Casamar Seafood Market, we have special relationships with our fishermen and suppliers to provide you the best and freshest shellfish selection on the market. Our shellfish selection includes: Oysters, Scallops, Clams, Squid, and Mussels. Casamar Seafood Market’s oysters may be purchased in 12 ounce, quart and gallon containers. We offer “Standard” and “Select” Oysters. “Select” are the best of the best. Our store also offers a selection of Stone Crab Claws, Softshell Crab, Snow Crab Clusters, King Crab Legs and Dungeness Crab Clusters.

Restaurants, hotels and country clubs trust Casamar Seafood Market for supplying them with the finest, freshest fish available and now you can enjoy the same high quality seafood right in your own home! For everyday dining, entertaining, or gift giving Casamar Seafood Market is your premier source to buy fresh fish and seafood. We have a full quality assurance staff whose only job is to provide the finest fish and seafood to our customers. We update our seafood selection quite often so visit us again and again to see what’s new!

Oysters

Casamar Seafood Market Oysters are medium to large in size. Mild flavored with a medium to light salt content. One Dozen Oysters: Market Price

Clams

Casamar Seafood Market Oysters are medium to large in size. Mild flavored with a medium to light salt content. Casamar Seafood Market sells them fresh, cleaned, and ready to cook. Market Price

Mussels

Prince Edward Mussels are world-renowned for their distinctive flavor and high quality. Casamar Seafood Market sells them fresh, cleaned, and ready to cook. Market Price

Scallops

Market Price

Call 305.440.3935 for pricing and availability.

We take great price in our seafood, the best the Florida Keys has to offer, and we want you to enjoy it. Some items are seasonal. Prices change daily. Orders subject to availability.
Serving sizes are approximately one-half pound per person for fish and shrimp, and one pound for Stone Crab claws. Unless, of course, it’s a pig-out. Then all bets are off!

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Stone Crab Claw Storage and Preparation

Description: Stone crab claws are high on the list of favored Florida seafood. These crabs have the unusual ability to regrow their claw when harvested by a trapper (only taking the largest claw). The separation always occurs at one of the joints to protect the crab from bleeding. During the life of the crab, the same appendage may be generated up to eight times. Claw regeneration to harvestable size is often within 12 months so they are considered a renewable resource.

Nutritional Value: A cooked 3 ounce portion of crab meat contains 60 calories, no fat, 15 gm protein, 45 mg cholesterol, 300 mg sodium, and 4 gm calcium.

Storage

When you have received your shipment of Fresh Florida Stone Crabs, please take the following steps to preserve the freshness of your shipment:

  1. Please remove the items from the sealed plastic bags.
  2. Rinse the items under cold running water.
  3. Pat dry and place in a bowl and cover with a clean damp towel.
  4. Keep refrigerated. Stone Crabs should remain below 40º F.

If your shipment is left in the sealed plastic bags, it cannot “BREATHE” and will deteriorate at a more rapid rate. If refrigerated properly your stone crabs can be kept for 2-3 days. We recommend using your product as soon as possible.

Preparation

Before cracking, place the claw on a cutting board or other hard surface. Then place a plastic bag over the claw (this will keep from splattering crab juice). Take the mallet and lightly crack the claw and knuckles. Next, peel the shells from the claw meat and the meat in the two knuckles. Please note that there is a hard center membrane inside the meat, so when biting into the meat be careful and watch for shells. To enhance the sweet flavor, squeeze lemon or lime juice over the meat, and dip into our original recipe mustard sauce. Just remember to crack only as many as you can eat at one time. Once cracked, the claws will not hold well for a long period of time.
Stone crabs are cooked before shipping and do not need to be cooked again before serving. Most people choose to eat them cold, however some people may want to reheat and serve with melted butter. Remember, all you are trying to do is warm them, not cook them. If you use too much heat or cook too long, you may ruin the flavor.
You may reheat crabs three ways (be sure they are thawed if they have been frozen).

  1. In an oven. Place on a cookie sheet in a 350 degree oven for 6-10 minutes. It is easier to crack claws before heating, but this will reduce amount of time necessary to heat them. Medium claws heat for the shorter time, larger ones up to the full time. It is better to err on the side of underdone than overdone.
  2. Steam over boiling water 2-5 minutes. Steam then crack, but be careful, claws are good conductors of heat.
  3. You may microwave, but this is the trickiest method. They can be overdone in seconds.
    IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT THEY BE CRACKED FIRST! They could explode otherwise. Crack claws, place on a damp paper towel on a plate, cover with another damp towel. Reheat in 10 second increments up to 30 seconds. You may need to rotate during the process, be careful.

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About Us

Ulises Perdomo and Casamar Seafood Market provide fresh seafood to both residents and visitors of the Florida Keys. Our fish are caught by local fishermen who take daily trips into the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean. We purchase this seafood directly off the boats, at our docks, from folks we’ve known for years.

Restaurants, hotels and country clubs trust Casamar Seafood Market for supplying them with the finest, freshest fish available and now you can enjoy the same high quality seafood right in your own home! For everyday dining, entertaining, or gift giving, Casamar Seafood Market is your premier source to buy fresh fish and seafood. We have a full quality assurance staff whose only job is to provide the finest fish and seafood to our customers. We update our seafood selection quite often so visit us often to see what’s new!

Call 305.440.3935 for pricing and availability.

We take great price in our seafood, the best the Florida Keys has to offer, and we want you to enjoy it. Some items are seasonal. Prices change daily. Orders subject to availability.
Serving sizes are approximately one-half pound per person for fish and shrimp, and one pound for Stone Crab claws. Unless, of course, it’s a pig-out. Then all bets are off!

Contact Us

Driving directions

From Ocean Reef, Key Largo
Ocean Reef Dr. south 11 miles to Key Largo. Take U.S. 1 south 7 miles to Tavernier. Turn left into Casa Mar Village just across the “Tavernier Creek” bridge. MM90.7 (Ocean Side).


From Key West, Marathon
U.S. 1 north to MM 90.7(Ocean Side), turn right into Casa Mar Village just before the “Tavernier Creek” bridge.

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