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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Crazy Fish Fresh Grill Restaurant Review: At the edge of the shopping center parking lot, Crazy Fish has branched out to the suburban clientele who love the wood oven and the seafood-centered menu with forays into bison meatloaf and Midwestern pork. The decor is a little calmer than its Clayton sib, but there's still lots of cement and neo-modern fish themes. That oven is used for a lot of vegetables, onions roasted and blended into salad dressings, garlic presented as part of an appetizer platter. It's a strong mashed potato house, with orange mashers that make you think they're yams, but no, it's guajillo chiles giving that color. We wish they'd use the oven to give us alternative to the dreaded seasonal vegetable medley but overall, it's a worthwhile spot. This location keeps sandwiches on the menu all day, so lighter dinners are possible, too. Sunday brunch is a lot quieter, more lunch than breakfast, but white chocolate and blueberry pancakes deserve attention. Kudos to the breakfast potatoes.