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Atlantic Seafood Fish Market Restaurant Review: A giant shark jaw constructed from cement guards the entrance to Atlantic Seafood Fish Market in Center Moriches. Inside, starfish and netting hang from the ceiling of the small dining room, where locals have been gathering for years. The casual spot is no-nonsense, with paper plates and tablecloths, perfect for digging into the delectable seafood on offer, including a dozen oysters, homemade chowders or other fresh seafood items. Options include the “hungry man” fish hero with flounder filets and tartar sauce, peel-and-eat shrimp, crab cakes, baked clams and buckets of steamers with butter and lemon. The restaurant also offers the option of any fresh fish in the house cooked to the liking of the customer at $5 over the market price per pound. House wine is available by the glass, half-carafe and carafe, and there are several domestic and imported bottled beers. This seafood shack serves double duty as a fish market, where diners can select live lobsters to bring home and cook up in their own kitchens.