Ben and I ran into this guy on the street. Unfortunately, he didn’t have any cupcakes with him.

Then we grabbed some grub at Grand Seafood Fish Market right off the Grand L stop. I’m a big fan of their free steam. I had just gone there a week earlier with Rusty and Dave Dondero for some steamed clams and shrimp. Such a great deal. A dozen clams for $6. A pound of shrimp for $7. You’re literally paying market prices.

Their fried fish sandwiches are good too. We split the flounder and whiting sandwiches. Ben and I both agree, fried whiting sandwiches on white bread kicks ass.

Grand Seafood & Fish Market – 98 Bushwick Ave (@ Grand St) Brooklyn, NY 11206

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    • Jason Lam
      Jason Lam

      I’ve seen live lobsters in a tank occasionally there. Not often. I wonder if they would steam it. Kinda scary in my mind. Only because it’s a commercial steamer –think a large cabinet the size of a home door with trays inside and buttons on the outside to regulate the steaming. I’d hate to think of it as a killing machine, but I guess that would be no different than throwing a lobster into my pot at home. I’m going to try it next time if I see them lobsters.

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