Fresh Seafood Abounds at New 'World of Seafood' in Teays Valley

By Calwell, Ben | The Charleston Gazette (Charleston, WV), May 9, 2012 | Go to article overview

Fresh Seafood Abounds at New 'World of Seafood' in Teays Valley


Calwell, Ben, The Charleston Gazette (Charleston, WV)


bcalwell@cnpapers.com 304-348-5188

The oceans are far away from Putnam County, but for those who crave fresh seafood, there's a new shop in Scott Depot that's a portal to the delicacies of the deep.

The World of Seafood opened Friday, May 4, at 4010A Teays Valley Road. Family owned by Lelah Nelson, her son, Chris Nelson, and daughter, Beth Gilson, World of Seafood is a one-stop take-out shop for seafood, as well as a number of specialty food items and wine.

Lelah Nelson said World of Seafood is carrying fresh seafood, prime meats, including beef and pork, wines, cheeses and desserts.

"It's specialty food items," Nelson said.

"And it's all take out," added Gilson, as she took care of some last minute details prior to the May 4 opening.

An official grand opening is in the planning stages.

In addition to counter service, for added convenience, World of Seafood has a drive-through pick-up window.

World of Seafood gets its seafood from sources "all over the world." Selections include fresh crabs, oysters and lobsters. Customers will also be able to special order seafood and other items.

World of Seafood has everything customers need to prepare seafood or steak dinners, including restaurant grade potatoes, bread, desserts and a large selection of wines.

Plans also call for cooking chowders and soups and offering those to customers. …

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