If placing your order same day, pickup time starts no earlier than 10:00am
*Please note all prices at checkout are estimated, due to varied weights of items
Due to the lack of King Crab, we feel this is a great option at the current time.
Dungeness Crab is wildly popular in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. It is harvested from Northern California to the top of Washington state. The name Dungeness refers to the Port of Dungeness, Washington. It is a very valuable fishery on the west coast and is available in good supply right now.
Common heating methods (they are pre-cooked) are baking, steaming, and boiling.
Weyand's recommendation is to Bake the Clusters at 400 degrees for 10 to 15 minutes from frozen.
Clusters average from a half pound to two thirds of a pound each.
For eighty years, our mission at Weyands has been to serve our local community quality seafood at affordable prices. It all started in 1930 with Jack Weyand, our founder and namesake, who envisioned a market right on the Detroit River with a specialty in Michigan’s own Lake Fish. Today, Jack’s legacy lives on as we have stayed true to our roots as a family owned and operated business.
Nestled on the banks of the Detroit River, at 471 Biddle Avenue, we are all about the community we serve. Our seafood comes from all over the world, and right here in Michigan’s beautiful Great Lakes! We receive shipments daily to ensure that you get the freshest fish possible.
We believe that seafood should always be fresh, clean and delicious. I invite you to look around our website for tips in making the most of your fish. You’ll find our Product Guide, with information on our most popular products, some quick and easy recipes as well as some Frequently Asked Questions about storing and cooking our fish.
We are crazy about fish. It’s all we do, here at Weyands!
We are located on the river side of the street!
471 Biddle Ave., Wyandotte, MI 48192
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