Continuing the rapid transformation of Red Bank into a dining mecca, the paper comes off the windows at 9 Broad Street as the seafood restaurant Catch opens Thursday night. At right: a calamari appetizer prepared in the kitchen of chef and partner Domenick Rizzo for a friends-and-family run-through Wednesday night.
The opening comes less than a week after Tim McLoone’s Robinson Ale House opened across the street at 26 Broad Street, the former home of Murphy Style Grille.
Up next: Gotham, a gastropub owned by three principals in Catch, plans to open sometime next week at 19 Broad, in the former home of Hamilton Jewelers, partner Joe Squillaro tells redbankgreen. (Photos by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)