The Gadaleto family has been serving the Hudson Valley since way back when Grandpa Nat sold fish on the corner in Highland. In 1945, he opened a grocery store on Vineyard Ave, boasting quality meats and seafood. Both his parents, (Great-Grandpa Angelo and Great-Grandma Lena), and his brother Frank all worked with Nat. Having immigrated from Bari, Italy, they were living the American Dream. Eventually, anybody with the name Gadaleto took their turn helping out in the family business.
The New Paltz location was opened by Nat's son, Steve in 1979 and has since grown into an award winning fish market and restaurant run by Steve's daughter, Stacie.
Gadaleto’s Seafood Market has the largest selection of wild caught and sustainably farmed seafood in the Hudson Valley. While the major chains have just made commitments to sourcing sustainable seafood, we have been using the guidelines set forth by the Monterey Bay Aquarium, the Marine Stewardship Council and other groups to guide our purchases for years. Through adopting these guidelines we do our part in securing a sustainable future for the global fishing industry.