Seafood City Supermarket has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 1989 to establishing itself as the premier Filipino supermarket chain in North America. It now has 32 store locations in Canada, Hawaii, Seattle, Washington, Northern California, Los Angeles, and San Diego.
But it has grown into something more than that. It has become not just a supermarket but a grocerant, blending the grocery and restaurant concepts, and providing the consumer high quality, ready-to-eat food, and ready-to-heat meals. It has opened up fast food restaurants in its stores: Grill City, Noodle Street, Crispy Town, and soon, Baker’s Avenue. This said Avenue was opened in Winnipeg in January last year and currently, and soon to open in Scarborough, Calgary, and Edmonton.
This fast-growing side of the business has made Seafood City a fast food destination for authentic, traditional Filipino dishes merged with a fusion of international cuisine.
Now, the words ‘Seafood City’ have become synonymous with ‘home’, ‘community’. And nowhere is true Filipino goodness better celebrated than here.