Fulton Fish Market

The New York Stock Exchange of Seafood, est. 1822

The Fulton Fish Market is where New Yorkers and much of the world have gotten their fish since 1822. As one of the United States’ oldest fish markets, Fulton has a sacred place in American culinary history. Second in size only to the Tokyo’s Tsukiji market, Fulton houses 37 seafood wholesale businesses, many owned by the same family for several generations. 365 days a year, in dark hours of the morning, you can find thousands of New York City’s top seafood restaurateurs and fishmongers negotiating for the tastiest, safest, and most sustainable fresh seafood the world has to offer. Now you can skip the trip to New York and a 3:00 am wakeup call and order premier seafood straight to your door.

We're not the only ones who love them!

The Fulton Fish Market has been featured in The New York Times, Food & Wine, The Huffington Post, The LA Times, and on Martha Stewart and NBC.

Fulton Fish Market

The New York Stock Exchange of Seafood, est. 1822

The Fulton Fish Market is where New Yorkers and much of the world have gotten their fish since 1822. As one of the United States’ oldest fish markets, Fulton has a sacred place in American culinary history. Second in size only to the Tokyo’s Tsukiji market, Fulton houses 37 seafood wholesale businesses, many owned by the same family for several generations. 365 days a year, in dark hours of the morning, you can find thousands of New York City’s top seafood restaurateurs and fishmongers negotiating for the tastiest, safest, and most sustainable fresh seafood the world has to offer. Now you can skip the trip to New York and a 3:00 am wakeup call and order premier seafood straight to your door.

We're not the only ones who love them!

The Fulton Fish Market has been featured in The New York Times, Food & Wine, The Huffington Post, The LA Times, and on Martha Stewart and NBC.