Star Fish opened in late April of this year at 191 Heights Boulevard, in the space of the former Bradley’s Fine Diner. The seafood-centric restaurant is the latest creation of local restaurateurs Lee Ellis and Jim Mills of Cherry Pie Hospitality, who also own and operate a handful of popular eateries that include Pi Pizza, Petite Sweets and State Fare. Star Fish boasts a menu of seafood, sandwiches, soups and salads and a raw bar that includes freshly shucked Gulf and Atlantic oysters. Start with the sautéed crab fingers and finish with the sticky toffee pudding with goat cheese ice cream.
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Warm, dripping with tiny streams of caramel that pooled on the plate, the sticky toffee pudding arrived with a not-so-small scoop of ice cream, placed prominently atop the dark, rich cake. It is a rare occurrence for a dessert to de...
Upon first entering Starfish, a new seafood-centric but not seafood-only restaurant in the Heights, it's evident that the owners, Cherry Pie Hospitality, have pulled some influences from those sleek tiled seafood restaurants of yore...
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