If you're planning on visiting Florida and you enjoy seafood or if you've chosen to make your home in this sunny, beautiful coastal state, you need to make your way down to the best Fort Lauderdale fresh seafood market, a place called Finster Murphy's that is known for having some of the freshest seafood available anywhere in the state. This isn't a lie. It isn't an over exaggeration. Finster Murphjy's is located just down the street from the primary docks and shorelines where the vast majority of professional fishing crews in the area dock their boats each day after bringing in the latest catches. This close proximity to the coast allows us here at Finster Murphy's to select from the best fish and seafood catches right as they are brought in off the water. Literally. If you want to enjoy the finest fresh ocean food in the state, you should start and end your search for it at Finster Murphy's. You won't be disappointed. There are many factors you must consider when you are evaluating a seafood market to determine whether it should become a regular place where you shop. Of course, the primary factor is quality. You want to purchase only the finest seafood items when you shop for fish, shellfish, lobster, and other similar delicacies. Quality is of the utmost importance. You can tell good quality fish and seafood from poor quality options in a number of ways. Use the following techniques to determine whether any seafood market you visit is actually worth shopping at. First, what does the place smell like? Does it smell rank and briny, the way many markets do? If so, be careful. What you are smelling is the actual smell of rotting seafood in some form or another. Now, this doesn't necessarily mean that the items on the shelves in this store are actually rotting. It simply means that the store is not as clean as it should be, and that some materials, somewhere, are rotting or going bad. So check the smell when you first enter. At Finster Murphy's you won't notice a smell like this. Our commitment to quality and freshness puts us a cut above. Another factor you can examine is the actually look and feel of the fish themselves. Fish that are high in quality are almost always fresh. Fresh fish tend to have a glistening, metallic shine. It the fish appears to have gone dull in patches, be wary, as this is a sign of decay. Make sure the fish that you plan to purchase is glistening and metallic in its hue. Also, check the texture. Touch the fish, if the seller will let you. It should be resilient. An older fish will simply give way and retain the imprint of your finger. Use this information to help you find the best Fort Lauderdale fresh seafood market. We're positive you'll find that it is Finster Murphy's.