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Occasionally, one of the dead, someone who had just completed the crossing, would mistake the city for Heaven. It was a misunderstanding that never persisted for long. What kind of Heaven had the blasting sound of garbage trucks in the morning, and chewing gum on the pavement, and the smell of fish rotting by the river? What kind of Hell, for that matter, had bakeries and dogwood trees and perfect blue days that made the hairs on the back of your neck rise on end? No, the city was not Heaven, and it was not Hell, and it certainly was not the world. It stood to reason, then, that it had to be something else. More and more people came to adopt the theory that it was an extension of life itself—a sort of outer room—and that they would remain there only so long as they endured in living memory. When the last person who had actually known them died, they would pass over into whatever came next. It was true that most of the city’s occupants went away after sixty or seventy years. While this did not prove the theory, it certainly served to nourish it. There were stories of men and women who had been in the city much longer, for centuries and more, but there were always such stories, in every time and place, and who knew whether to believe them?
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The mouth-watering menu at The Dead Fish features great seafood and much more with headings like "Recently Demised Fish of the Day," and "Dead or Alive" after a humorous spin on the story behind the restaurant's moniker: The Chef's beloved Nonna cooked for a big family and didn't have time to track all of the different recipes she prepared, so when her grandson asked what kind of fish she cooked, she replied, "It's a dead fish!" Day of the Dead Fish
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The die-off was first noticed on April 6 as thousands, and later millions, of fish washed ashore along a 125-mile stretch of coastline in north-central Vietnam, including some popular beaches that ordinarily attract Vietnamese tourists. Witness accounts described how many people collected large numbers of dead fish and placed them in refrigerated compartments, presumably to sell. Over ensuing days, the Vietnamese military was ordered to help clean up the beach and bury the dead fish.Start with the calamari and save room for the fresh catch at Crockett's The Dead Fish ? this Crockett seafood spot has quite the selection. Sometimes it seems like it's hard to find something healthy to eat when you go out. This is not the case at The Dead Fish. This restaurant also operates a bar, so a round of drinks with dinner is not out of the question. Perfect for parties on the larger side, The Dead Fish also has a private area available for use. Sit outside when the weather is fine ? The Dead Fish has a lovely patio to enjoy a warm day.The die-off was first noticed on April 6 as thousands, and later millions, of fish washed ashore along a 125-mile stretch of coastline in north-central Vietnam, including some popular beaches that ordinarily attract Vietnamese tourists. Witness accounts described how many people collected large numbers of dead fish and placed them in refrigerated compartments, presumably to sell. Over ensuing days, the Vietnamese military was ordered to help clean up the beach and bury the dead fish.Meals at The Dead Fish usually set you back about $30 per diner. The Dead Fish accepts all major credit cards, such as Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Treat yourself to breakfast, lunch, and dinner all in one place - the restaurant offers three main meals a day, though dinner is the real winner. Seafood is The Dead Fish's specialty, so you don't want to miss out on a meal here.