Culinary maverick Michael Hebberoy (known for his underground dining sensation, One Pot) is teaming up with Mike McConnell (Caffe Vita, Via Tribunali) and Jerry Everard (Rendezvous, Neumo’s, Moe’s) to launch Pike Street Fish Fry in the space that was once the gone, but not forgotten Frites.
This venture will feature a variety of battered and fried fish – from cod, halibut and oysters to more exotic seafood such as skate. Some items will be available grilled. Sauces will be made from scratch, but don’t expect anything remotely fancy at this stand-up dining spot. You want to sit down? The full menu will be available next door at Moe’s.
“We’re not trying to do a traditional fish-n-chips,” Hebberoy said. “It’s more street food.”
Pike Street Fish Fry will initially be open Monday through Saturday from 6 p.m.-2 a.m., with lunch hours starting soon.
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