Every day is Seafood Saturday in Hampton
It’s always a good day for some great seafood. Hampton was once called Crabtown because of the thriving seafood industry after the Civil War. And today you can still dine on fine seafood from and in Hampton. Visit some of Hampton’s great seafood restaurants including Deadrise, Surf Rider, Marker 20, and The Twisted Crab.
Hampton is also home to Graham & Rollins, Inc. and Amory Seafood wholesale seafood companies. You can order cases of crabcakes, scallops, fish, and of course fresh crabs all while supporting local family-owned businesses.
Graham & Rollins, Inc.
Order all your favorites from Graham & Rollins and have it shipped anywhere in the United States or visit their retail store Hampton Seafood Market & Restaurant, 509 Bassette St. in Hampton. Get your live or steamed crabs, also soft shell crabs and live crawfish are in!
Graham & Rollins is a 4th generation family-owned, and operated, company since 1942 on the downtown Hampton waterfront. The Old Point Comfort brand of crab meat was developed by our family and sold all over the United States. For more than 75 years, Graham & Rollins has maintained a reputation for being one of the largest crab processors on the East Coast.
Amory Seafood Company
At Amory Seafood Company in Hampton you can order 5 and 10lb cases of seafood including whiting, catfish, flounder, scallops, and lump crabmeat. You can also place your order and pick it up curbside at their location at 101 S King St in Hampton. Check out Amory Seafood on Facebook for the latest specials.
D. Amory Company’s story began in 1917 with Lorenzo ”Ren” Dolby Amory in Poquoson, Virginia. Loranzo established the current location at the foot of South King St on the Hampton River in 1919.