A New Seafood Concept, Cured: Fish Bar, Is Debuting in Livermore 

Livermore residents will no longer have to commute to San Francisco to enjoy the raw bar experience.
A New Seafood Concept, Cured: Fish Bar, Is Debuting in Livermore 
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A new seafood restaurant, Cured: Fish Bar, is debuting in Livermore at 136 Maple Street — where it will share an in-line space with El Charro Mexican Food & Cantina, Story Coffee, and The Cheese Parlor.

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What Now San Francisco reached out to co-owners Joseph Tomaszak and Frances Cantano, but they were unable to provide additional information before the time of publication.

Nevertheless, according to a recent article by Mercury News, Cured: Fish Bar is bringing the raw-bar experience to Livermore — something that currently requires residents to commute to San Francisco to enjoy.

“We live out here in Sunol and have worked in San Francisco for 10 years or so,” Catano tells Mercury, adding, “Sad to say, we don’t have anywhere here in this area that we can pop in before dinner or on a sunny day for raw-bar bites.”

Tomaszak and Cantano were able to draw on their experiences at Bay Area Japanese restaurants such as Robin, Rintaro, ICHI Sushi, and Ototo in Los Angeles when developing Cured: Fish Bar — where they say Livermore residents can anticipate being able to snack on bread and butter while waiting on an order of raw oysters, and wash it all down with sake.

An opening date has not yet been announced, so check back in over the coming months for additional updates.

Elise McCorkle

Elise McCorkle is a freelance writer for What Now Media Group. She is an alumna of The University of Texas at Austin and has experience working in the creative, advertising, and events industries. She is currently based in Lisbon, Portugal.
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