meet the chefs
John and Joe Loblundo opened the Twin Seafood in Concord in June of 1991. The first challenge they encountered was finding a name for the market, since they are twin brothers they decided on Twin Seafood.
From the first day of business the people of the surrounding towns have adopted Twin Seafood as their neighborhood seafood market/restaurant. In February of 2001, they opened their second market at the old Greer’s Seafood location in Belmont. And the same family-owned neighborhood seafood market feel is present there.
only fresh ingredients
A Twin Seafood clambake brings your favorite summer time seafood right to you backyard. The clambake consists of your choice of per person;
• 1 1/4 Hard Shell Lobster or 16 oz Black Angus Stea
• 1 lb Steamer (Soft Shell Clam)
• 1/2 pt. Twin Seafood Clam Chowder
• Corn on the cob
• Red Potato Salad
• Cole Slaw
• Drawn Butter
• Lemon Wedges
and have a good time
In the lastest episode of the Codfather, the Twins make Wedge Salad, Salmon steaks and risotto
Wicked Local Acton and The Beacon interviewed Joe Loblundo at the Concord Store If you’re looking for Joe Loblundo, chances are you will find him at his fish market and restaurant on Church...
The Codfather – Episode 6
people love our food
see what they say
Went here for dinner on my father in laws birthday and it was great! Dean and the Monday night crew took great care of us and were personable and friendly even as we left basically an hour after closing! The only thing better than the food was the service!