Fresh Fish is Our Passion


Euclid Fish Company is a fourth generation family foods company that continues to innovate and demonstrate by example.

Euclid Fish Company believes that sourcing the very best Fresh Fish is why our customers have relied on us since 1944. Fresh Fish is our passion; our team is dedicated to source the very finest for our customers day and night, from the Oceans around the world as well as the Great Lakes to provide you with uncompromised quality. Our Team of expert cutters take precise strokes to guarantee you a beautiful fillet or portion the day you need it.

Our partners are the finest suppliers in our industry today. Euclid Fish Company offers well known quality first brands in Seafood, Meats, Poultry and our Specialty offerings along with our House Labels that offer superior quality.

Our Team is prepared to keep our customers competitive and well informed about the ever-changing market trends of today. Euclid Fish Company is committed to maintaining consistency in order to guarantee your approval every delivery.


Fresh and Frozen Seafood from around the Globe, Center of the Plate Specialists, Artisan Breads, Hand crafted Desserts and Appetizers, Shrimp, Lobster Tails, Live Lobster, Clambakes, On Site Retail Store with gauranteed freshness, Family Owned since 1944


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  1. Do you cary king crab legs the large size? Do I need to order if available? thank you Mike

    • Hi Mike,

      Yes we carry medium, large, and jumbo King Crab legs. Prices go up in size, call our office at 440-951-6448 and a sales associate can help you with specific pricing. Ordering is always preferred if you need a quantity larger than 10lb, but we sell large and jumbo in the store by the pound which do not need an advance order.

      The Euclid Fish Company

  2. My father was one of Bash’s original clambake buddies and put on bakes for EFC for close to 20 years. Later, when I was a teenager in the 1970’s I too did hundreds of bakes with the crews. I remember fishing out the lil yellow crabs for the “Big Boss” out of the shucked oyster pans so he could eat em for breakfast while we were loading the trucks for the Sat. and Sun. bakes.

    I also remember how I smelled after a long day sloshing steamers and chowder pots around the back of those trucks!

    I often tell the rags to riches story of Euclid Fish to friends.

    • Thank you for leaving such a wonderful post about your family’s history and of Euclid Fish. We sent this to Charlie and Mariyln and they deeply appreciative. Mariyln is John Comella’s daughter and Bash’s niece and Charlie ran the company for many years. They are both part of management still and this message certainly brought them back.

      It is safe to say that not much has changed when it comes to the clam bakes and the smells certainly are the same. We had a very prosperous season this past fall. I never had to fish out the yellow crabs though!

      We deeply appreciate your post. Our family is touched and the story is one that owes its success to hard working and honest men and women who have been with the company such as yourself and father. Thanks again

      • Thank you for the kind words about our family. The company is still owned and operated by the Young’s/Comella family with Charlie and Marilyn’s son and daughter managing the operations today. The family has extended down to John Comella’s great grandchildren helping during the holidays as well as starting full time. Hope to see you soon!

  3. Can you ship perch to California?

  4. hey cousins, I,m Aunt Alice and Uncle Joe Marang,s daughter. I worked for Uncle at the market one summer with Marlyn I have a picture that was in the paper soooo many yrs. ago Please if you can fb me and tell me about all . I wouod love to hear from one of you. How is Marlyn and Tony they were so nice to me when I spent a few weeks there one summer . So happy my cousin Micheal found this site Judy Marang Gilligan

    • Hi Judy,
      Thank you so much for reaching out to us! I have forwarded your message over to Susan who can then pass the information on to Marilyn. Susan had asked for your email address to also pass on to Marilyn, so if you could send an email to Susan at , that would be great!
      Have a great day!

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