430 Woodbury Road
Plainview, NY 11803
Red Fish is dead.
The seafood-specializing restaurant in Plainview will reopen as Morrison’s, “committed to current food trends and a killer bar program,” says Shelby Poole, who co-owns with parents, Artie and Lori Bloom, and husband, Harry Poole (executive chef). The quartet also owns Jackson’s in Commack.
“We focused on fresh, high-quality food at Red Fish, and Morrison’s will carry on that spirit,” says Poole. “If there’s an opportunity to educate our customers on bringing their standards to another level, were going to take it.”
Morrison’s will offer six drafts. The inaugural list includes Low Life, a pilsner from Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø’s gypsy brewery, Evil Twin Brewing, and Great South Bay Brewery’s first batch of Blood Orange Pale Ale using its new 30-barrel brewhouse.
“I tried to create a list that’s totally accessible to the casual beer drinker, while still providing the geek with something to dance about,” says Poole.
Morrison’s opens on June 13.
Inaugural Draft List
Evil Twin Brewing Low Life
Goose Island Beer Company Sofie
Great South Bay Brewery Blood Orange Pale Ale
Port Jeff Brewing Company Port Jeff Porter
Rocky Point Artisan Brewers Hefeweizen
Westbrook Brewing Company IPA