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Where to Eat Ceviche in Philly Right Now

When it’s too hot to cook (and too hot to eat hot food) we turn to ceviche, crudo, tiradito, and other super-fresh fish dishes that […]


Seafood in Philly: The Ultimate Guide

This city has had a tricky relationship with seafood over the years. Back in the day, it basically lived on fish cakes and oysters. And […]


The KOP Wegmans Is Creating a Pop-Up Japanese Fish Market

Japan’s Tsujiki Fish Market — the biggest in the world — is famous for its top-quality seafood and frenetic energy. And Wegmans is bringing that […]

Things to Do

Tonight: Snakehead Hunting at John Heinz

All summer long, the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge — a big, gorgeous stretch of protected marshland near the airport — is hosting Snakehead Fishing […]

Great Barrier Reef / Fish Tank Guy

Who Paid to Get Us on National Geographic’s List of Best Spring Trips?

What do the Coral Sea, home of the Great Barrier Reef, and Philadelphia, home of the Fish Tank Guy on 5th Street, have in common? […]

City Life

Tens of Thousands of Fish Wash Up in Multiple N.J. Fish Kills

Another day, another fish kill at the Jersey Shore. This Sunday, thousands of dead fish washed up at the Atlantic Highlands marina in Monmouth County. […]


Look at This Enormous Fish Someone Caught in Delaware

From the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control comes this photo of a record-setting catch in the Delaware Bay. It’s the largest sheepshead […]


Study: Intersex Fish Found in Delaware River Basin

Scientists are searching for the source of chemical contamination after a study found evidence of intersex fish in the basins of Pennsylvania’s major rivers, including […]


Hundreds of Dead Fish Wash Up on Cape May County Beach

Hundreds of dead fish washed onto a beach down the shore in Cape May Point, KYW 1060 reports. Don’t get too terrified, though: Environmental Protection […]


Turney And Safran Watch: Little Nonna’s Now Officially A Thing

So we’ve been wondering for a while now what, exactly, Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran were going to do with the space-formerly-known-as-Fish at 1234 Locust […]


Marcie Turney And Valerie Safran Are Taking Over Fish

Over on the Insider, they’re reporting that it’s a done deal–that the owners of Barbuzo, Jamonera and Lolita (which just picked up a liquor license) […]


Stop Us If You’ve Heard This Before, Flooding at 1234 Locust Street

The last couple of nights, the above sign has been in the window at Rhino Bar (last week there was a closed for private party sign), […]


Stollenwerk Parts Ways with Fish

The rocky existence of Fish took another turn last night as Michael Klein reported that Mike Stollenwerk has left Fish. No details are yet available […]


Revisit: And Now For Something Completely Different: Fish 3.0

Having your restaurant named in a top-ten list by a national magazine isn’t typically a cause for regret. But sometimes I’ve wondered if it might […]


Mike Stollenwerk’s Rhino Bar Open In Former Fish Space

It looks like Mike Stollenwerk has now got both of his new operations up and running inside the Independent Hotel at 13th and Locust. Recently, […]