Saved from the stockpot! ‘110-year-old’ Larry the lobster is spared the fate of the dinner table and sent to live out his retirement at Maine aquarium
- Larry the lobster, who weighs 15 pounds, three times the average jumbo lobster, was discovered Monday in Florida through a lobster vendor
- He was bought by Joe Melluso, who owns Fish Tin seafood restaurant in Sunrise
- A customer bought the lobster and made a reservation for his family for dinner on Tuesday
- A rescue group heard of Larry’s plight and stepped in to rescue him
A group of South Florida seafood lovers decided that a possibly 110-year-old lobster shouldn’t be eaten, but saved. They bought him from Sunrise’s Tin Fish restaurant and, with the assistance of Tin Fish owner Joe Melluso and Chef Dennis Alvarez, shipped the lobster they named “Larry” to Maine. David Neal email@example.com Read more here:
Out-of-Towners Cheesecake Me, Cali Tacos To-Go and Tin Fish Make Their Home Here.
BY JAKE COLEMAN | SRQ MAGAZINE | OCTOBER 2014
Sarasota benefitted from a couple restaurant imports this summer. Cali Tacos To-Go, previously featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, shut down its original Tampa location in favor of trekking down to Bee Ridge, and the not so chain-y Tin Fish franchise landed in the old Findaddys spot on Beneva. In a town like ours that’s now jumped off with a quality food scene, every successful addition brings with it the building blocks of a larger identity, and these bricks are worth exploring if only to see how the house is shaping up. Sprinkle in grass-root upstarts like Cheesecake Me and the growing options make the horizon look all the brighter. Read More
San Diego Reader’s Ed Bedford can’t seam to get enough of Tin Fish Gaslamp in San Diego, California! After searching through the downtown Gaslamp area for a great dining experience that boasted the Comicon theme….he found himself back at Tin Fish for the second year in a row. When it comes to Comicon…Tin Fish Gaslamp goes beyond what diners just wouldn’t expect from a seafood restaurant! Read On..
A special THANKS goes out to Greg and Debbie Beutel, owners of The Tin Fish Port St. Lucie Blvd. for providing incredible service, awesome experience and delicious food to Governor Rick Scott and his team early this week! They loved their visit. Great job team!
Governor Rick Scott’s participated in an economic affairs round table discussion Monday afternoon at the Torrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies in Port St. Lucie.
Another special thanks goes to Steve Erlanger and his team for these great shots of our Governor! Steve Erlanger is the Publisher & President of Your Voice News serving the Treasure Coast and surrounding areas with News & Views! Be sure to “Like” them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/YourVoiceWeekly