Our store carries a full line of supplements, foods (frozen, live and dry), lighting, pumps, live rock, fish and corals. We provide aquarium maintenance, installation and design services for Venice, Sarasota, Bradenton, Englewood and Port Charlotte. We also provide tank sitting for a guaranteed worry free vacation and tank rentals for when you want a short term saltwater reef experience.
Pet store with tropical fish and aquariums. Gastonia, North Carolina
Charlotte Fish Depot is a fish market - store front - have supplied fish to many local restaurants for years & is now open to the public - we read about them & headed over last week....wow - great prices - lots to choose from...
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But did you know that these same same list of countries are top exporters of fish and seafood to the United States and to Harris Teeter, your local neighborhood grocery store? Harris Teeter is a fine grocery store found on every city block in Charlotte, and is now wholly owned by Kroger. However, when it comes to most fish and seafood, in our opinion, they stop being neighbors in Charlotte or North Carolina and go find friends in Asia to buy their fish and seafood from. You did know that North Carolina boasts hundreds of miles of coast line in the Atlantic Ocean? I know I know that. So let’s look at some examples of what you are bringing home to your family to eat and the countries and waters that these fish and seafood comes from shall we?
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Fire damaged a store in a south Charlotte shopping center early Wednesday.
The blaze began just after 5 a.m. in Nemo’s Reef, an exotic fish store, off Sardis Road North near Monroe Road.
Fire investigators said the blaze was caused by an electrical issue.
Officials said no one was injured in the fire.
No other businesses are expected to be impacted.Got a hankering to visit an acquarium? Fintastic, a fish store in south Charlotte, offers thousands of species. You can even go there and feed the sharks.Sean Schussler slides his filet knife into the belly of a lane snapper behind the counter of Catch On in Plaza Midwood. He and his wife, Carlin, opened the store last year. They had the idea to go pick up seafood from the Carolina coast and bring it back to Charlotte, so they emailed neighbors to see who would be interested in buying from them. At first, they sold their fish out of a cooler in front of Common Market. They’d always sell out. They saw the demand and decided to act on it, leasing a space behind the Peculiar Rabbit and opening their market.We won the Best Seafood category in Charlotte for a reason. Reasons you just saw proven with your own eyes. We won Finalist, Best Grocery Store for 2016. We intend to be the winner of best grocery store in Charlotte in 2017. We may not sell dog food and have a pharmacy and sell shampoo. But we sell the highest quality seafood, meats and locally made products in Charlotte. So when you care about food, you’ll shop at the Carolina Fish & Food Market in Ballantyne. Better quality, less price.