The longtime owners of Coral Seafood on Worcester’s Shrewsbury Street will retire after decades in the restaurant business. Teddy and Georgia Voyiatzis will retire shortly. Their son, Jimmy, who managed the place and cooked, will be taking a well-deserved vacation. Coral Seafood started in humble surroundings near Pleasant Street in Worcester as a fish and chip place. Then, it moved to Green Street before opening at its current location a decade ago. Son George, who owns the successful Fish in Marlborough, will take over the space after a short period of construction. The function space will be available during the change and all gift cards will be honored. Watch for a new restaurant to emerge after the first of the year. Ian Nal, who now runs Fish and formerly worked at The Oak Room in New York City, will be the manager. We wish Teddy, Georgia and Jimmy well, and we will miss them as much as we will miss the fried clams and scallops.