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The owners of The Hook and Plow in Hermosa Beach. From Left to right, Lisa Cassity, Lauren Copelan, Bre Kelleher and Brian Kelleher

The Hook and Plow in Hermosa Beach celebrates its fifth anniversary Thursday, Feb. 21, with free dessert to diners that evening and throughout the weekend.

Husband and wife Brian and Bre Kelleher, and twin sisters Lisa Cassity and Lauren Copelan, opened Hook and Plow with the “hopes that it would be a place where friends, family, loved ones, neighbors, and strangers would come together ... while creating memories that will inevitably warm your heart and belly,” said Bre Kelleher.

With their farm-to-table concept highlighting local, organic and sustainable foods, along with a lot of seafood, they feel they have become part of the Hermosa Beach community.

“I feel grateful everyday that we have been embraced by the community as we have,” Copelan said.

Brian Kelleher added that while their business has grown thanks to the support of the community, they have been able to watch their customer's families grow as well.

“In many families what started out as a party of two five years ago has in many cases become a part of three plus a highchair and then some,” he said.

As a “little thank you” to customers, Hook and Plow will give free dessert to diners and guests on Feb. 21 and through the weekend.

Hook and Plow is located at 425 Pier Ave. in Hermosa Beach.

Fore more information, visit thehookandplow.com.

Contact this reporter at mhixon@tbrnews.com or on Twitter @michaeljhixon.com.

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