History

Ward's Seafood opened in the 1950's and now it's a fixture in Clearwater Florida.

Ward's Seafood has been a constant in the Clearwater for the last 61 years.
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In 1955, Millie Ward began selling fresh fish caught in local waters by her husband Johnny. She sold the fish from the original building you see in the above picture which is located on the corner of Belleair Road and South Greenwood Avenue in Clearwater. Word quickly spread that the Wards had "the freshest fish in town," and the business rapidly grew.

   


In 1956, the Wards built a permanent structure on this same corner which still stands as part of the building today. The building today has since seen six additions and Ward's Seafood has grown into a thriving retail seafood establishment that offers its customers fresh seafood from local, northern and international waters.

   

The people and the tradition of selling "the freshest fish in town" have changed little since Johnny and Millie Ward. Ward's Seafood is still family owned and known throughout the seafood industry as being "very picky," because it only deals with a select group of fishermen who take pride in their work and are dedicated to providing the public with the highest quality seafood available.