Philadelphia, PA - Pinefish in Philadelphia was the hot spot for seafood lovers. The location was almost unchanged from the time it opened. But now, the infamous seafood restaurant has closing its doors and moved to Conshohocken. The restaurant's new name is Fayette Street Oyster House & Grille, the former location of Tierra Caliente.
Fayette Street Oyster House & Grille in Conshohocken, PA
If you're in the mood for some fine dining in a cozy, intimate setting. In that case, the new Fayette Street Oyster House & Grille in Conshohocken, PA, is the spot for you. Owner Peter Dissin's concept is known for its seafood-centric menu with prime steak offerings. Guests can also enjoy a craft cocktail list created by Hop Sing Laundromat. The restaurant is slated to open in April and will also have outdoor seating.
The menu will be seafood-focused, with many items available "naked" or "in two ways." Dissin says the oysters will be available for a dollar a shuck. Oyster lovers will be delighted by the smoked, bong-smoked variety served in ramekins with thick-cut bacon. Other seafood specialties will include hard-to-find king crab legs and Dungeness crab legs. Located at 128 Fayette St, Conshohocken, PA 19428
Source: The Philadelphia Caller
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