Crazy Fish Opening Two New Locations, Redondo Beach and Seal Beach

Crazy Fish currently has a location open in San Pedro on Western Avenue, where fish tacos are a huge seller
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Joseph Tomasello is opening up two new locations for their seafood joint, Crazy Fish, which currently operates one restaurant in San Pedro at 28158 S Western Ave. The two newest additions will be in Redondo Beach at 1617 South Pacific Coast Highway, listed as “coming soon” on the company’s website — and the other at 12420 Seal Beach Blvd in Seal Beach, which has yet to be officially announced.

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Tomasello told What Now Los Angeles that it would be some time before we see the two of these restaurants open, as construction is currently underway at both buildings. But the fast-casual seafood joint’s current location receives an influx of seafood shipped all around the world, six days a week while promoting “sustainability without reducing affordability,” the website states. 

Crazy Fish also offers catering services for at-home celebrations, office parties, and events. A huge part of Crazy Fish’s menu focuses on a variety of fish tacos with grilled or battered fish and shrimp.

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