"Calas" confused me; I knew the name only from New Orleans, where it describes a nearly vanished deep-fried rice cake. More fittingly for a meat market, it's also a Latin American synonym for pork shoulder, or pernil, I discovered.
"Flying fish" I knew by reputation — and even first-hand, through a sandwich — but at the market the fish were available only in six-packs, sealed in plastic bags, on an unromantic shelf in the freezer.
Terminal Seafood and Meat 402 East 83rd St. (near Foster Ave.), beside the Brooklyn Terminal Market, Canarsie, Brooklyn 718-209-9300
The awning bears the banners of both Italy and Haiti, though since the words "pizza" and "Italian," and the artwork of a pizziaolo holding his handiwork, are partly covered, recently this restaurant may have offered only West Indian chow. Nowadays it's not serving at all; click on the photo for a better look, and you'll spot the "vacate" notices affixed to the door.
Dan's Pizza-Restaurant (closed) 1151 East 92nd St. (Flatlands-Conklin Ave.), Canarsie, Brooklyn