Letter: Nick's retail service a sad loss for Bristol


We at Tweet's Family Restaurant appreciate good customers. We learned this from Tweet himself. Tweet was a good customer and was always trying to buy locally. What a better place to buy local than Nick's Fish Market.

Like Many Bristolians, we have enjoyed fresh, local wholesale delivery from Nick, and friendly, courteous retail service from Joan and Bonnie; and let's not forget Peter. Nick and Joan know how to treat their customers because they are customers.

When, sadly, Nick's Fish Market closes its doors this month, we will miss being their customers, but when they are not in Florida, we at Tweets will welcome them back as our friends. All at Tweets wish Nick and Joan a long, happy, healthy retirement.


Deirdre Belzano



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