Columbus Fish Market

75% love it
Fish any fresher would still be in the ocean
The ever-changing menu printed twice daily at Columbus Fish Market puts the finest and freshest from every coastline on the planet within your culinary reach.
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    • KimmySchmidt
      KimmySchmidt Over a year ago
      Hates it

      The plus side: International cuisine is yummy and it smells good. The bad side: It's small, not worth traveling to for the amount of store in it, and its packed with people over nothing. If it were a huge place I'd understand the commotion. But it's not. It's novelty. I reccommend going once but its not a repeat visit for us.

    • mickwoofboy
      mickwoofboy Over a year ago
      Hates it

      seafood in columbus is hard. flown in and you can taste it. to be fair ui would not give anyone in columbus above 1 star

    • fashionqueencmh
      fashionqueencmh Over a year ago
      Hates it

      expensive seafood
      u would think u were on the east cost. it's good but not gay!

    • badwild
      badwild Over a year ago
      Loves it

      GREAT FOOD! I been in ALL Mitchell restaurant!
      This place ROCKS! true is a tat pricely! When I was in W Worthington Franklin Ohio (nw side of Columbus Franklin OHIO). I can tell you this. The FIRST Mitchell restaurant was near by my folks home in W Worthington Franklin Ohio. I was there number of times as well as his other restaurants! Supper sad he did not EVEN open others restaurnts in SF CA or Marin CA and now in Pembroke Pines Braward FL!

    • OSUChris
      OSUChris Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Best Seafood in the Midwest!
      I have dined at this restaurant so many times I have lost count. The service is always great, the ambiance is perfect, the food is DELICIOUS and the overall experience is just fantastic. Only problem is it's outside of The Short North, but only by a 5 minute drive. It sure beats a lot of the over-priced stuffy restaurants filled in the Short North!

    • dotherobot6
      dotherobot6 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      The best seafood in Columbus
      Hands down the best seafood in the city, Cameron Mitchell's palate-pleasing Mitchell's Fish Market is a crowd pleaser. With two locations in Grandview and Crosswoods, there are more than 80 seafood menu variations to choose from including Kung Pao Fried Calamari, Chilean Sea Bass and Tropical Mahi Mahi. Yum!