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An ocean of options for seafood

Edward Onessimo of Revere and his son Edward Onessimo Jr. of Milton at Belle Isle Seafood in East Boston. Edward Onessimo of Revere and his son Edward Onessimo Jr. of Milton at Belle Isle Seafood in East Boston. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Carolyn Maibor
Globe Correspondent / December 19, 2007

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Small enough to be mistaken for a place that sells bait rather than already-caught fish, tiny Belle Isle Seafood packs a lot of delicious options into limited space. Part fish market, part takeout seafood shack, the white-shingled hut, which has five counter seats, sits on the bridge between Winthrop and East Boston. (Full article: 245 words)

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