Vernick Fish is going Down the Shore - Meet us in Margate
Join us Down the Shore this August!
Our team will be hosting a five-day culinary activation and collaborative fundraising dinner in partnership with Cookie Till, Owner of Steve & Cookies.
Guests can anticipate a casual, takeaway interpretation of our famed ceviche, crudos, and seafood-driven bites. The Steve & Cookie's team will serve refreshing cocktails from their outdoor bar and invite guests to take a break at one of the restaurant's existing picnic tables.
The shore-inspired presence will be located daily in the parking lot of Steve & Cookies from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. from Monday, August 8 - to Friday, August 12.
Vernick Coffee Bar will also be heading Down the Shore for the weekly Margate Community & Farmer’s Market. The Vernick team will serve savory and sweet breakfast items from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, August 11th.
Our week-long presence will conclude with an intimate dinner under the stars on Saturday, August 13th at Till's Farm, Reed's Organic Farm & Animal Sanctuary. The dinner will be prepared by Chef Greg and Vernick Fish Chef de Cuisine Andrew Parassio, utilizing ingredients grown at the farm. A portion of the sales from the pop-up and dinner to benefit Meaningful Purpose at Reed’s Organic Farm. Follow along on Instagram and check back in for more information about the ticketed event.
Chef Greg Vernick
“Seeing this idea turned into reality is, in a word, humbling,” says Vernick.
"I’m very grateful to Cookie and her team for their like-minded passion when it comes to hospitality and food, and our team is looking forward to bringing what we do at Vernick Fish to a place that’s been a great influence to me and much of the Fish team.”
Cookie Till, Steve & Cookie's Restaurant
“Collaborating with Vernick Fish is a natural fit for us,” says Till.
“Greg and his family have been long-time patrons of ours, and we couldn’t be more excited to bring this concept to life and kick off our chef dinner series at Reed’s Organic Farm & Animal Sanctuary.”