Seafood City: Filipino Supermarket

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Filipino-American supermarket chain with locations throughout the United States. This branch is located in North Koreatown / New Filipinotown on Vermont Avenue, just north of Third Street.

Clerks can speak basic English and Tagalog, among other Philippine languages.

REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS

Open seven days a week, 8:00 am – 9:00 pm.

Seafood City has a mix of Asian and Filipino-influenced offerings with practical products to serve a diverse population. The supermarket features fresh seafood and meat departments, a wide selection of fresh produce, bakery, health and beauty, as well as quick grab-and-go options.

Carries a limited supply of the Pamana brand of bottled halo-halo mix, as well as Purefoods hotdog.

They also have San Miguel mellorine in ube and macapuno flavors. Mellorine is a non-dairy alternative to ice cream, in which other fats are used instead of milk fat.

The brands of Filipino chicharon on the shelves include Pamana, Lapid, and Bayanihan.

For the Christmas holidays, sells various designs of parol (traditional Filipino lanterns) and queso de bola (ball of cheese).

The company was established over 20 years ago with the opening of its first store in San Diego, Seafood City is recognized as the “home away from home” for Filipinos in the USA.

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