Located at the Barefoot Landing shopping, dining and entertainment complex, the Flying Fish is a relaxing place to unwind from a long day of shopping or a great place to fuel up before a night out at the theaters. The fish counter and aquarium are great distractions for the kids and the outdoor patio deck overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway provides a laidback setting for watching sunset while feasting on fresh seafood.
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Both Flying Fish and Kruger's still have other locations. Flying Fish has a fish shop and oyster counter inside on Sandy Boulevard, and Kruger's has its farm stand on Sauvie Island and another city market in St. Johns.
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Now I feel guilty for not going over there more often. It was such a relaxed, chill place compared to most of the other coffee places in DC. Places like the Wydown, TCB and Compass have great coffee, but I always feel like I am taking up space and and don’t really “fit in.” Flying Fish was reminiscent of the relaxed coffee shops I frequented in my college town, and I’ll miss it.
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My wife and I stopped in to the flying fish right before leaving the island. We needed a gift for our granddaughter and weren't disappointed. Chincoteague t-shirts and baseball caps all around. There are a lot of shops like it so don't purchase too soon,...The Capital of Long Island, Clarence Town is one of the best kept settlements in the Bahamas. It is home to two historical churches built by Father Jerome which are just a few hundred feet away from Flying Fish Marina. There are an additional two restaurants, a local crafts shop and a small grocery store that is fairly well stocked. Island Administration Offices are nearby as well as a Post Office, Police Station and Medical Clinic offering minor emergency services 24/7. Making it a perfect stop for anything you may need.The Pike Place Fish Market is best known for their habit of hurling customers' orders across the shopping area. A typical routine will involve a customer ordering a fish, with their fishmongers in orange rubber overalls and boots calling out the order, which is loudly shouted back by all the other staff, at which point the original fishmonger will throw the customer's fish behind the counter for wrapping. Initially, the shouted repeating of the ordered fish began as a prank on one employee, but was enjoyed by customers, so it became a tradition. While working, the staff continually yell to each other and chant in unison while they throw ordered fish. At times, the fish market staff will throw a foam fish into the crowd to scare bystanders, or select a customer from the crowds to participate in the fish toss. Above the areas in which they throw fish, the market hangs a sign that reads, "Caution: Low Flying Fish".In a town full of t-shirt shops, this is the very best! Hand-screened in beautiful colors, Flying Fish features original designs honoring all the special areas and aspects of Cape May - on men's and women's and kids' and infant' styles (t-dresses too). Hats, bags,...