Thursday, July 31, 2014
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One Fish, new Fish

Stollenwerk's seafooder moves down the block.

One Fish, new Fish

Mike Stollenwerk's seafood restaurant, Fish, has moved about 100 feet east on Locust Street into a storefront space at 1234 Locust St. It's just to the left of the main entrance of the Independent Hotel and more or less across the street from Vedge. (See previous.)

In a couple of weeks, Fish's former digs at the corner of 13th and Locust Streets - which you might remember as a series of clubs such as Bump - will open as the more casual Rhino Bar, serving food till 1 a.m.

The new incarnation's decor reflects the clean, contemporary look down the street. But the seafood counter and smaller footprint seem to align it with Fish's pre-2012 spot at 1708 Lombard St. Wine and cocktails are available, though there is no bar.

And the skate wing remains.

Menu is here.

It's open Tuesday to Saturday for dinnertime, for now.

Michael Klein Philly.com
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