Fish in the Hood Close to Re-Opening, Still Needs Your Support.

I know that many neighbors in the greater Park View area have been watching Bill White make repairs to Fish in the Hood and wondering when this beloved restaurant will reopen for business. It has been a long road since an April 14, 2017, fire shuttered Fish in the Hood, but now based on a reports on Petworth News and NBC4, most of the repairs have been made. The only major hurdle left if funding to make the necessary final tweaks and to stock the restaurant with delicious fish.

To that Bill has been selling personal items to generate funds and also has a GoFunMe Campaign running to help achieve the goal of raising the $16,000 dollars needed to reopen his doors.

Fish in the Hood has been an excellent neighbor and business. Donating $20 or more to this campaign is a good investment in Fish in the Hood, and in Georgia Avenue. I’m positive that Bill can reach his goal and as of Tuesday, 10/9, he had less than $3,000 to go.

Neighbors can help Fish in the Hood reopen by making a small donation at GoFundMe.

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One Comment on “Fish in the Hood Close to Re-Opening, Still Needs Your Support.”

  1. K Says:

    Wishing Bill all the best and hope he reaches his goal. Although, he is mistaken on his neighborhood as Dan over at PooPville has it labeled as being in Petworth:

    https://www.popville.com/2018/10/fish-in-the-hood-so-close-to-reopening/#disqus_thread


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