With the closing of Venice’s Roosterfish last Spring, Santa Monica’ Birdcage quickly stepped in to fill the void of places to go for those who dare not cross Lincoln.

But if plans in the works are successful, the Fish will swim again under new management with some slight tenant improvements.

According to the LA Weekly, plans are set to reboot the Roosterfish later this year.

The first incarnation of “Roosterfish 2.0,” as Turck refers to it, is in the form of a pop-up called “Roosterfish Revived” the day before the Abbot Kinney Festival on Saturday, Sept. 23 from noon to 2 a.m. The event, which will be hosted by liqueur brand DeKuyper, will have a $5 cover and feature numerous DJs throughout the day including Glenice Venice and Aiden Ramos. “It will be a community celebration, if you will, and a harbinger of good things to come,” says Turck.

Hey, every once and awhile, we feel the urge to get out of West Hollywood ourselves–maybe to avoid an ex or something–so having more options is great!

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