Fish Tales Space Refreshed by Local Established Restaurateurs

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Fish Tales Space Refreshed by Local Established Restaurateurs

Owners of Munches, Callaloo, The Galley, Johnny Reno’s Take Over

UPDATE: OCT. 31, 2018: The Big Catch at Salt Creek is the new name of the restaurant

A reliable anonymous source tells us that the former Fish Tales location at the Harborage Marina will be taken over by established locals; Larry Munch of Munch’s (est. 1952 and featured on Food Network’s Diner’s Drive-In’s & Dives), Pete Boland & Ian Taylor from The Galley, Mario Farias from Callaloo, and Jon La Budde who has owned various bars and restaurants including Johnny Reno’s on the old pier.

The new place will have everything you’d expect from a reasonably-priced, fresh seafood, waterfront bar & grill. It will have a casual neighborhood feel where shorts and flip flops are welcome attire.

Our source could not supply the name of the new place, or exactly when it might open, but we are told that Captain Brian Sweeney, the General Manager of Harborage Marina should be making an official announcement tomorrow, Friday October 26.

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Cheers to the new place on the water!

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Owners of Munches, Callaloo, The Galley, Johnny Reno's Take Over

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