Signs of Change — Park View’s Fish in the (neighbor)Hood

While walking along Georgia Avenue over the weekend I noticed that Bill’s Seafood Kitchen — commonly referred to as Fish in the ‘Hood, has made a significant change to its tag line. Now, one of Park View’s better kept secrets located at 3601 Georgia boldly continues to sell some of the best fresh seafood offered in D.C. under a new sign that reads: Fish in the neighborHood.

I was not the only person to notice this change. In addition to readers who sent me the heads up, the Washington Post featured a story about the change on May 29th titled Gentrification spelled out: Fish in the ’Hood renamed Fish in the Neighborhood

According to the article, “last week, Bill White, the restaurant’s owner … climbed a ladder and hung [the] new boardwalk-style neon sign that reads: Fish in the Neighborhood, with “neighbor” in a contrasting color. The new sign puts a spotlight on what remains and what has changed in th[e] Georgia Avenue neighborhood known as Park View.”


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2 Comments on “Signs of Change — Park View’s Fish in the (neighbor)Hood”

  1. ~mh Says:

    Would “Ichthyoid & Crustacean” be an inclusive update from ‘Fish’??

  2. […] not a new business, Bill’s Seafood Kitchen, also known as Fish in the ‘Hood and now Fish in the Neighborhood, also had a noteworthy year. This local treasure of an eatery received good press this year from […]

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