Just two months after having closed to make way for the West Harbor development project, San Pedro Fish Market has a new landing spot. It’s called the “Landing,” just a few hundred yards north of the original location.
“Having served our community since 1956, we are grateful to our 400 employees and generations of families who have supported us over the decades,” said Michael Ungaro, CEO & Owner of San Pedro Fish Market and Restaurant. “We’re thrilled for the opportunity to quickly resume San Pedro operations and continue celebrating food and family in this initial phase of reopening as we work toward our next chapter of growth in a new, more permanent location on the San Pedro waterfront.
“We’d like to express our gratitude to LA Council Member Tim McOsker, LA County Supervisor Janice Hahn and CA State Senator Lena Gonzalez and the team at West Harbor who have worked with us every step of the way.”
The waterfront space has plenty of seating in an al fresco, family-style dining setting with umbrellas and has the same menu that made it so popular for so long, including its locally famous World Famous Shrimp Tray and award-winning Micheladas.
This is Phase I of multi-phase plan for the area. Phase II is currently in progress with the help of outdoor experiential event production company Choura. Having worked on the nation’s top music festivals, sporting events and brand activations, Choura is designing a semi-permanent outdoor environment for San Pedro Fish Market customers while further plans are developed on a more permanent building.
For more about San Pedro Fish Market’s temporary locations, updates on Phase II, and permanent Long Beach and Wilmington locations, go to SanPedroFish.com and follow @SanPedroFish.