Back in March, the famous San Pedro Fish Market had to close their doors but it was not the end for the fish market.
San Pedro Fish Market has just reopened their doors on National Shrimp Day, May 10th, at a new location near the Port of L.A. This new location is only temporary and is part of their multi-phase relocation project.
"We're going to be here, in our phase one, until roughly October," said Gregg Rinaldi, the CEO of the San Pedro Fish Market. "And then we're going to move down about a football field, to the left, closer to the (Los Angeles Maritime) museum, that's our phase two. This is the North Park area. And we will be there for roughly a year to two years before we go to our next phase, which will be our permanent location. Which is closer to where the Crusty Crab used to be."
The San Pedro Fish Market first opened their doors back in 1956 and now has 3 locations: San Pedro, Wilmington and Long Beach. Click here for more.