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East Village's New Roosterfish Hires Oceanaire Chef

Roosterfish Rocks Bar, the new seafood restaurant replacing The Palm, has signed up a chef who's already familiar with downtown dining and ocean cuisine; Sean Patrick Langlais from The Oceanaire Seafood Room.

Roosterfish will feature a sushi bar and Langlais, who grew up in Carlsbad, has plenty of experience in that area; he trained under a master sushi chef for two years and worked at the Gaslamp's Taka Sushi for four. The chef also spent a couple years at Thomas Keller's Bouchon in Yountville.

During Brian Malarkey's Top Chef-era at Oceanaire, Langlais was his exec sous; when Malarkey left to open Searsucker, Langlais took over as executive chef, a position he's held for the last four years. Langlais will finish out the year at Oceanaire before focusing on the Roosterfish project.
· Roosterfish Rocks Bar to Replace The Palm Downtown [~ESD~]
· All Chef Shuffles on Eater [~ESD~]

[Photo: Chantelle Marie Malarkey]

Roosterfish Rocks Bar

615 J St, San Diego, CA 92101

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