Adding seafood to the mix, the Third and Ferry Street Fish Market is scheduled to open by early spring on the first floor of Lipkin’s building, 44 S. Third St., said Mike Pichetto, proprietor of Vintage at the Club at Morgan Hill in Williams Township.Meals to go, fish market, raw bar... all new things to the downtown Easton restaurant scene, plus a talented chef and experienced ownership team. A winning combination. I can't wait for this place to open. And when it does, it will make four fantastic restaurants on one block - Ocean, Sette Luna and Mesa. Progressive dinner, anyone?
Featuring a raw bar, it will also have a retail fish market, Pichetto said. It may eventually offer oven-ready dishes for sale, he added.
On the upper floors, building owner Pal Reality is starting to rent six 1,000-square-foot duplex apartments on the third and fourth floors and two 1,300-square-foot second-floor apartments, Pichetto said. The company plans to have tenants by February in the old furniture store, he said.
A chef — Javin Small, formerly at The Farmhouse in Emmaus — has been hired, Pichetto said.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Third and Ferry Fish Market
The former Lipkin's building in downtown Easton has been under renovation/reinforcement/construction for far too long. The team behind this development is also part of a couple of places you already love - Vintage Restaurant at The Club at Morgan Hill in Easton, and Green Pepper at the Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley.