Crestline Seafood Company

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The Crestline Seafood Company was a seafood market and restaurant located at 63 Church Street in Crestline Village. It was opened in February 2009 by accountant Chad Adams and his wife, Allison.

The market supplied high quality fresh seafood and prepared foods for retail sale. Dine-in customers had a choice of sandwiches, soups and entrees which, after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, was expanded to include hand-made hamburgers. In part because it took over the former Clumpies Ice Cream location, the market also sold soft-serve ice cream. The loss of seafood from the gulf eventually led to the restaurant's closing in May 2011.


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