Our Portland Store Getting Spiffier


We’ve always loved the eccentric, colorful, fun feel in Fetch, our Portland store.  But every store, after years of busy-ness, needs a scrub-up and some fresh paint.  Seeing as April is Fetch’s 13th anniversary, we thought it would be the perfect time to close that store for a week, remodel, and re-open withgleaming floors, and freshly painted walls.  When Fetch reopens, it will be called ‘The Fish & Bone’, and we’re also going to link the two stores computer-wise, so that customers can redeem and earn rewards in either store, and so that we can easily offer to transfer products from one store to the other, if one store is out but the other one isn’t, for instance.  We’ll be keeping the Fetch name alive though…watch for it on a line of local treats and maybe some other fun things.  Kind of like Prince…we’ll be ‘the store formerly known as Fetch’.

The Portland Fish & Bone will be closed for a week, from March 18-25.  So please dear Portland customers, get your food orders in by this Sunday March 10th for pickup by March 17 (or wait till we reopen on March 25).


About Kathy Palmer

I grew up in NJ and Belgium and eventually settled in Portland, ME. Until missing the big city, which inspired a return to Boston in 2010, and the opening of Fish & Bone on Newbury Street. Fish & Bone and its original sibling store Fetch (est. 2000) bring together some of the things I love the most: animals, real food, great design, having an impact, the natural world, urban life, creative solutions, good community, and a good laugh. Zip is all pug, but I'm a cultural mutt.