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  1. restaurant review
    Dame Is Redefining the Upscale Seafood RestaurantChef Ed Szymanski serves full-flavored cooking with mom-and-pop attention to detail.
  2. best of new york
    The Absolute Best Upscale Seafood Restaurants in New YorkPiscatory pleasures from France, Spain, Italy, Thailand, and old New York.
  3. the dish
    Momofuku Nishi’s Whole Salt-Baked Turbot Is Bo Ssäm for Fish LoversThe textures of the turbot vary from firm and meaty to an almost pork-belly-like richness around the fins.
  4. grub guides
    12 Compelling Crudo Dishes That Are Actually Worth OrderingA dozen dishes that are worth ordering, even if you have the worst case of fluke-crudo fatigue.
  5. crime scene
    Some Grinch Stole $21,000 Worth of Christmas Seafood From a RestaurantPolice are still looking for him.
  6. Shortages
    Climate Change Is Decimating Maine’s Lobster PopulationAn alarming study says a warm-water disease threatens Maine’s whole industry.
  7. Seafood Struggles
    There’s Even Less Fish Left Than You ThoughtThe global catch has been underestimated by 50 percent over the last 60 years.
  8. Grub Guide
    10 Fish Species You Can Eat With a Clean ConscienceYour New Year’s resolution is to eat more fish, but which ones?
  9. The Dish
    Allow Back Forty West to Introduce You to the Fish RibChef Mike Laarhoven cures, smokes, and serves them not with barbecue sauce but a za’atar-spiked crème fraîche.
  10. Awful Things
    Nestlé Addresses Brutal Slavery in Its Seafood Supply ChainThe food giant has outlined how it plans to protect workers.
  11. Science
    Encouraging New Study Says Eating Fish Could Make You Less DepressedOne more reason to eat lox for breakfast.
  12. Lawsuits
    Nestlé Sued for Using Slave-Caught Fish … in Cat FoodIt’s the second lawsuit of its kind.
  13. Sustainability
    How NYC’s Leading Chefs Plan to Turn Overlooked Local Fish Into SeafoodChefs like Dan Barber, Mario Batali, and April Bloomfield want people to treasure sustainable seafood the same way they value local, seasonal produce.
  14. The Dish
    Marta Chef Nick Anderer Explains His Surf-and-Turf Take on SaltimboccaHerby, salty, and faintly smoky.
  15. Health Concerns
    Judge Shuts Down Listeria-Contaminated Brooklyn Fish FactorySeven inspections and seven years later, the plant still isn’t clean.
  16. Closings
    Judge Rules Pier 17 Mall’s Last Remaining Restaurant Must LeaveHere’s one last look.
  17. Grub Guides
    15 New York Restaurants Serving Stellar Soft-Shell Crab SandwichesLafayette, Cull & Pistol, and Vinegar Hill House are all offering summer specials.
  18. Empire Building
    Turney and Safran Bringing Red-Saucer Little Nonna’s to the Former FishThere’s still no word on what will go into the larger Rhino Bar space around the corner.
  19. Rumor Mill
    Some Scant Details Emerge on What’s Going on at the Former Fish and Rhino BarThe revelation only deepens the mystery.
  20. Chef Shuffle
    Mike Stollenwerk Resurfaces at BranzinoThe Fish founder is heading a newly upgraded kitchen at the Rittenhouse BYOB.
  21. Chef Shuffle
    Ex-Stateside Chef George Sabatino Headed to Morgan’s Pier This SpringHis menu will debut when the riverfront hot-spot reopens in May.
  22. Rumor Mill
    Marcie Turney and Valarie Safran Taking Over the Former Fish SpaceThe power couple’s bid for the Fish space is just one of several rumors we’ve heard in recent weeks.
  23. No Substitutions
    More ‘Impostor’ Fish Found in America’s Restaurants and SushiThe fish on your plate has been wondering about its real family.
  24. Temporary Closings
    Restaurant That Cried Flood Closed Again Due to FloodingThis is the second time the restaurant has cited flooding as the reason it’s closed.
  25. Chef Shuffle
    Stollenwerk Exits FishHis departure brings the latest chapter of the Fish saga to a close.
  26. The Other Critics
    There’s ‘Beefy Stupendousness’ In Bubba’s TexasRounding up the region’s restaurant reviews.
  27. Bars
    Rhino Bar Makes It Official With Tonight’s Grand OpeningFor its official debut, the bar will offer discounts on food and drinks.
  28. Openings
    Now Open: Rhino Bar, Serving Gastropub-y Fare ’Til Wee Hours in theThe final piece to the 13th and Locust puzzle was set into place yesterday.
  29. Sweet News
    Philly Loses a Little Bit of Its SweetnessCongratulations are in order; it’s a pretty sweet gig.
  30. Menu Changes
    Fish Relaunches with Small Plates and Outdoor SeatingThe restaurant is back in action after a brief interruption of regularly scheduled service.
  31. Reopenings
    Fish Reopens Briefly For Center City Sips TonightIt will open next week for regular service.
  32. Temporary Closings
    Fish No Longer Sleeping With the FishesThe restaurant is set to resurface soon.
  33. Seafood
    That Dover Sole L.A.’s Buying is Probably Just Sutchi CatfishOver half of local seafood samples were found mislabeled in Los Angeles.
  34. The Happiest Hours on Earth
    Fish Ups the Happy Hour AnteHappy hours will now extned to two hours, and include discounted oysters.
  35. Openings
    Stollenwerk Only Plays a Minor Role In Brick American EateryThe chef is on board, but only in a very limited capacity.
  36. Sweet News
    Check Out Philly’s Most Crazy-Awesome New DessertsHere are some of the newest and most amazing desserts from restaurants all over the country.
  37. The Happiest Hours on Earth
    Fish Now Does Happy HourThe newly relocated restaurant now does happy hour weeknights and late night on weekends.
  38. Sweet News
    Amada Bails Fish’s Pastry Chef Out of Dessert DebacleWhile Fish awaits the delivery of kitchen gear, Amada’s crew throws a life line.
  39. Openings
    What to Eat at Fish, Opening Tonight at 13th and Locust StreetsThe newly reconfigured restaurant from Mike Stollenwerk opens tonight with an expanded menu.
  40. Openings
    Fish to Ring in the New Year at 13th and LocustThe restaurant will host a preview party and New Year’s celebration at its new digs.
  41. The Waiting Game
    Iron Hill’s Chestnut Hill Location Is About Two Weeks AwayThe local chain of brewpubs tweeted today that it’s about two weeks away from opening its first location in Philadelphia.
  42. The Waiting Game
    Stollenwerk Steering Fish Toward a New Year’s Eve LaunchThe Fish crew is working to get things shipshape.
  43. Openings
    E.G.G. Gets Cooking In Former Fathom DigsUnder new ownership the bar formerly known as Fathom launches as East Girard Gastropub.
  44. Temporary Closings
    Bid Bon Voyage to Fish’s Old DigsFish pulls up anchor tomorrow at 17th and Lombard, and will reopen sometime next week across town.
  45. Mediavore
    Bouncer Bill Gets City Council’s Approval; Burger King Fries a Better FryPlus: an increasing number of chefs are turning out books about cooking at home; and the 2011 British Curry Awards go off without a hitch, all in our morning news roundup.
  46. FYI
    Fish Reels In Another James Beard Date; Stollenwerk Comes Up With a SuccessionWhen the restaurant moves in coming weeks, it will be replaced by another Stollenwerk venture.
  47. Feuds
    Ming Tsai to Globe: Don’t Question My Ethics, I’ve Been Using ButterfishTsai won’t be lumped in with chefs who mislabel their fish.
  48. Menus
    Ahead of Its Move, Fish Launches a New MenuAs things begin to wind down at the 17th and Lombard location, a new menu emerges.
  49. Closings
    Stollenwerk Unloads FathomThe restaurant has been sold to the chef de cuisine.
  50. Restaurant Shuffle
    Stollenwerk Unloads Little Fish; Puts Fathom Seafood House Up For SaleThe shakeup to the Fish empire comes just as chef-owner Stollenwerk prepares for a big move.
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