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Al's Seafood is currently hiring for FULL TIME Counter Staff & Line Cooks!

Al's Seafood is seeking candidates for both Counter Staff & Line Cooks! Both positions starting pay is competitve and is based on experience. Counter Staff positions also receive tips along with their hourly wage! If you or someone you know is looking for a job, please stop by Al's Seafood to fill out an application & meet with one of our managers!

Wicked Good Wednesdays!!!!

1/2 OFF ALL FRIED SEAFOOD Winter Wednesdays!

Al's Seafood is proud to introduce WICKED GOOD WEDNESDAYS at AL'S!!! Every Wednesday night from 3:00-8:00pm, ALL FRIED SEAFOOD ARE 50% OFF! You read this right....1/2 off all fried seafood EVERY WEDNESDAY during the winter! Plan your Wednesday dinners around Al's menu starting February 12th! This offer is for DINE-IN ONLY!

Hurricane Sandy Relief

Al's Seafood to donate 20% of sales to Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

Join us on Tuesday November 6th & Wednesday November 7th as we will donate 20% of our sales to Feeding America to aid in the relief efforts for those affected by Hurricane Sandy! Not only will you get an amazing meal but you can help contribute in helping bring food, water & supplies to those in desperate need of help! To donate to this cause or to learn more information, please visit the website at www.feedingamerica.org

Al’s Seafood is GOING GREEN!

We have started making more changes here at Al’s to help us become more environmentally friendly. Some of the ways that we are moving in this direction are……

We’ve added a recycling bin to our dining room for plastic and glass bottles & are no longer using Styrofoam containers for our chowders, replacing them with paper cups. Our drinking cups are made out of corn and are compostable. We will be switching to corn compostable utensils as soon as are through our current stock of plastic silverware. Soon we will be saying good bye to our bleached napkins and hello to unbleached eco-friendly napkins. We are also using SMARTFUEL, a local company that collects our used fryolater oil and processes it into biofuel. One of the big environmental benefits of this is that fuel made from vegetable oil burns much more cleanly than diesel fuel, reducing the emissions of greenhouse gasses by an average of 67% according to the EPA.

We always encourage your ideas and suggestions to help us go green!!!!