First Anniversary - Review of 3rd & Ferry Fish Market, Easton ..

Located in revitalized downtown Easton, 3rd & Ferry Fish Market is a full service restaurant & bar featuring 16 taps with craft beer, an oyster bar and a large, seafood-focused menu. The talented kitchen staff, led by Chef/Owner Mike Pichetto, are a major component of the dining experience, with the open kitchen located in the front of the restaurant.

The third annual Clam Jam presented by 3rd & Ferry Fish Market returns to Easton on Aug. 28.

Pichetto credited the city of Easton for its help and support of the festival. Most of the organizers, sponsors and vendors are family-run businesses like 3rd and Ferry Fish Market, she said.

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3rd & Ferry Fresh Fish (at the Easton Public Market), 325 Northampton Street At its debut last year, the festival featured a . That will continue and is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. inside 3rd and Ferry Fish Market in Easton, which Pichetto co-owns with her husband, Mike.

Dinner - Review of 3rd & Ferry Fish Market, Easton, PA - TripAdvisor

Mike and Becca Pichetto, the same folks who operate , own this fish stand at the market. Sounds confusing to name a restaurant after a market, but the Pichettos initially thought there would be enough room for a market at their restaurant. Luckily, they could implement that part of their business plan at the market along with fresh clams, mussels, scallops, oysters, shrimp, squid, red snappers, salmon and other unique items, such as Portuguese sardines. Crab cakes and salmon sliders make for quick dinners you can grab and take home. Fish isn’t the least-expensive source of protein, but 3rd and Ferry is competitively priced in comparison to other local retailers that sell fish and seafood. It’s so fresh that you can’t even smell it.

Gallery, Seafood Restaurant in Easton, PA - 3rd & Ferry Fish Market


Over the past 3 decades, Captain’s Ketch Seafood Market has become a familiar landmark to many Eastern Shore locals and visitors. Keith and his entire staff have established a well deserved reputation by offering only the freshest quality seafood products and always friendly customer service. People regularly stop in to visit our market because they can always depend on a wide selection of freshly cut fish fillets, hand picked crab meat, clams, shrimp & oysters, crab cakes and other homemade seafood specialties that are truly unique to the Chesapeake Bay area.Located in revitalized downtown Easton, 3rd & Ferry Fish Market is a full service restaurant & bar featuring 16 taps with craft beer, an oyster bar and a large, seafood-focused menu. The talented kitchen staff, led by Chef/Owner Mike Pichetto, are a major component of the dining experience, with the open kitchen located in the front of the restaurant.Early discussions about the culinary enterprise included offering a retail fish market, as its namesake indicates. However, once the architectural drawings started coming together, it quickly became apparent that offering retail sales at the near end of the bar just wasn’t feasible. There simply wasn’t enough room. Luckily, the 39-year-old Pichetto parked his new restaurant (and its eight already-occupied apartments upstairs) in downtown Easton, which is preparing to launch a year-round public market version of the Easton Farmers’ Market (akin to Reading Terminal or Chelsea Market). So come late fall 2014, when the winter market moves indoors and kicks it up several serious notches with permanent vendor outposts, you’ll be able to purchase fresh fish and seafood (and snag what will likely be a coveted stool at the counter for lunch), and take it home that very day. Located in revitalized downtown Easton, 3rd & Ferry Fish Market is a full service restaurant & bar featuring 16 taps with craft beer, an oyster bar and a large, seafood-focused menu. The talented kitchen staff, led by Chef/Owner Mike Pichetto, are a major component of the dining experience, with the open kitchen located in the front of the restaurant.