In 1950, George Berkowitz decided to open a fish market in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His father ran a grocery store next door called "Legal Cash Market" (he accepted "Legal Stamps," the grandfather of S&H green stamps). Apparently figuring he'd keep the family name going, Berkowitz named his market "Legal Sea Foods." In 1968, the family decided to go into competition with themselves and opened a basic seafood restaurant next door to their fish market. Turned out people liked buying and eating the fish that other people prepared a whole lot more than they did, buying and baking or frying it themselves. Today, seafood lovers across the country can partake of the feeding frenzy that began over 60 years ago. Those who don't wish to pay the price of a ticket to Boston simply to sample Legal Sea Food's cuisine can have the product shipped directly to them. Customers can order classic chowder, fish, oysters, crabs, lobster, clams and mussels. They even offer top cuts of beef so diners can create their own surf and turf dishes. Legal Sea Food is fanatic about quality, so diners receive only the freshest and highest quality catch. One bite and customers will be caught; hook, line and sinker.