Capt’n Butcher’s plans to reopen in Sebastian

Capt'n Butcher's is reopening soon.
Capt'n Butcher's is reopening soon.

SEBASTIAN – Capt’n Butcher’s Seafood Grille & Marina will be re-opening soon in Sebastian after being closed for almost two years.

Now the owner Capt’n Butcher’s, Thornado Hospitality Group, expects to open soon, but no date has been announced.

“We’re very excited to be in the community and look forward to opening,” Terry Crovo told Sebastian Daily.

Capt’n Butcher’s is now hiring for all positions.

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“If you are a self-motivated, dependable, outgoing, positive and hardworking, we’d love to have you on our team,” the company said.

Located at 1732 Indian River Dr., Capt’n Butcher’s has a full bar and restaurant right on the river. Outdoor seating is available facing their marina.

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