Brooklyn Fish Camp closed up shop after 10 years on Fifth between St. John's and Lincoln last month, and the 1,200-sqare foot space has already been rented. According to The Daily Meal, an as-yet-unnamed "modern Vietnamese gastropub" will be the next tenant.
Here's where it gets good: the duo behind the restaurant, Lien and Edward Lin, spent most of their careers with one of San Francisco's best modern Vietnamese — and Asian, in general — restaurants, The Slanted Door. Lien spent the past ten years there rising from line cook to executive sous chef, and Edward ran the kitchen at sister restaurant Out the Door and oversaw operations for the parent company, The Slanted Door Restaurant Group.
No more details are currently available, but by all accounts this seems pretty promising.