The FNB Crew
Our crew is eclectic…that’s for sure. It’s part of what gives this Denver seafood restaurant it’s unique flavor—both the food and atmosphere. From oyster shuckers to chefs, to bar and floor staff, check out the Fish N Beer crew below.
Want to be a part of the FNB crew? Learn more about employment opportunities HERE
Kevin Morrison was the founder of Red Tomato Specialty Produce, serving the independent upscale restaurant industry in Denver, as well as co-founder of the Spicy Pickle Sub Shop and Spicy Pickle Franchising. In 2006 the concept won Nation’s Restaurant News “Hot Concept” award and went public in 2007. Later in ’07 Kevin was the creative force behind Crumb Rustic Bakery, a wholesale bakery that serviced all of Colorado’s Spicy Pickle restaurants. In 2010 Kevin left the restraints of corporate life to develop other grassroots food concepts like Tacos Tequila Whiskey and Poco Torteria.
I like to…
Travel, sail, hang with my family, watch TV. Maybe not in that order.
Little known facts
I go on the log ride with my twin boys but it scares the hell out of me!
Director of Tacoperations
Steve comes to KTM from Sysco Foods in Denver, where he spent just over 6 years as a Marketing Associate. During his time at Sysco, he earned awards for excellence and growth and served his customers with integrity and professionalism. He remains a respected leader and resource to his former coworkers. Prior to Sysco, Steve worked with the Hillstone Restaurant Group for nearly 10 years where he learned the importance of standardized systems and team culture.
Growing up in Indiana, Steve spent a lot of time in the outdoors and was fortunate to have a nice 10-acre yard to play football, baseball, soccer, drive golf balls as hard as he wanted and use their tractor to make BMX and RC car tracks. After graduating from Huntington College, Steve attended Johnson & Wales. He participated in the Garnish Your Degree program which earned him his Associates in Culinary Arts.
Little known facts
Steve enjoys skiing, drawing, doing homework (sometimes), camping and sitting around the bonfire with his 2 kids and wife of 14 years.
In High School, Steve worked at a local bike shop starting off as a bike assembler.
Antonio Herrera Ramirez
I started cooking when I was a little boy, helping my mother out in the kitchen. After I finished school, I moved to the city and worked at the resort in Babaro Punta Cana where I came to love the culinary arts.
In 2007, I decided to move to the US to look for more opportunities to grow as a chef. I ended up in the Virgin Islands in the Caribbean—a beautiful place to live and work, with an amazing culinary tradition (especially with seafood).
But life can change in a minute and on September 7th, 2017, hurricanes Irma and Maria destroyed our beautiful island. Without a lot of opportunities there, I searched for another place where my talents could flourish, so I brought my coastal experience to land-locked Colorado and Fish N Beer.
Hostess with the Mostess
Naomi is a Colorado Native being born in Englewood and raised between Aurora and Denver. She has always felt her best in the company of others having an affinity for people. She has a natural ability of creating a warm, inviting, pleasurable, and comfortable atmosphere where people feel doted upon, and appreciated. These gifts have led her to “wear many hats” in, and enjoy a successful career within the customer service / service Industries.
Making art, spending time with those whom she loves, and sprinkling glitter and sunshine Wherever She Goes.