DINER: Gord Martin’s “Go Fish” Concept To Land In Recently Vacated Bin 942 Spot

by Andrew Morrison | Rumours have been swirling around as to what chef/owner Gord Martin has planned for his Bin 942 Tapas Parlour space at 1521 West Broadway ever since he shuttered it on June 11th.

Word has it that it’s going to be the second location of Go Fish, the supremely popular seafood shack on the False Creek seawall next to Fisherman’s Wharf. A lot of people love the original, myself included, so if this goes through it should be interesting to see if the concept translates well to brick and mortar, especially with Gord’s penchant for loud music and wild decor. I’m so used to eating this food outside in the sunshine while fending off gulls. Here’s hoping it works!


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  1. […] 942 July 13, 2011   Kevin Wu   No commentsI almost feel like not putting this because Bin 942 is now closed, as of June 11th, 2011. I’m just gonna put this up as a final reminder of what Bin 942 looked […]

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