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In emulation of the lobster pounds Down East, the modest bill of fare highlights the freshest seafood simply prepared, from the elemental Caesar salad with its... More »
Sheepshead Bay's last remaining clam bar is, luckily, a paragon of its type: a fluorescently lit sea of Formica, where you can get them... More »
The ramshackle premises teeters on the edge of Sheepshead Bay-though don"t expect any views of the water. Rather, find wonderfully fresh seafood, much of it either farm-raised in... More »
At half the price of Midtown estiatorios, Yiasou ("Cheers") offers a slightly reduced roster of whole fish on ice, but a larger proportion are local or sustainable. The... More »
This palace of fried seafood leapfrogged over 125th Street recently into glamorous new digs. Thankfully, the fried whiting sandwich is as good as ever: three... More »
At this Bronx branch of the Little Italy place where Colombo crime family capo Joey Gallo was rubbed out, stick with the seafood done in the style of southernmost... More »
Just a few blocks south of Journal Square, Morgan is an Egyptian seafood restaurant in the style of the ancient port of Alexandria, home to a flock of literary... More »
This long-running downtown seafood spot (founded 1997) was conceived as something of a counterweight to the ponderous Oyster Bar at Grand Central, a looser and hipper spot... More »
Michael White's temple to Italian seafood is full of pleasures. It's also full of incredibly rich people. To experience Marea on something approaching the cheap, go for one of the... More »
This Ace Hotel location marks the second incarnation of seafood emporium the John Dory Oyster Bar, the original having lasted less than a year on a desolate... More »
Many New Yorkers cherish memories of New England seacoast vacations. And a visit to a lobster pound, clam shack, or oyster bar poised by the water or on a dock is often one of those favorite sensory snapshots. The food isn't complicated—fried or boiled seafood, french fries, mayonnaisey coleslaw—but the taste is enhanced by the proximity of lapping waves and the smell of...
Jerk was invented by Arawak Indians, who inhabited the primeval forests of the Jamaican uplands. As the legend goes—and legends are about all there is to go on—they'd rub freshly butchered wild boars with a tenderizing mixture that contained the dried berry of the pimento tree, which is native to the island and which came to be called allspice because it tasted like...
There's a particular kind of food lover whose love is pure but strange to us. Pork chops and T-bones have no power over him—he only has eyes for the sea. Often, this man has spent the sweetest days of his life near the water. As he gets older and harder of hearing, it won't matter that the pleasures of the world no longer call to him: He will always have crabmeat with mayonnaise, a...
One of the best Movie STar feeling experiences since I moved to NYC. The food was so so good, and plate lickable! I'm an actress so my budget is a "once-in -a-while-splurge-mode", of course until I hit the big One, so I saved my pennies for this applaudable delight. So when I'm on the " I can -spend...Read Full Review
Great Food great atmosphere!! Check out the wine list as well..Read Full Review
Great service, prices, and a place to go where, if you've had your heart broken in pieces by a girl you brought to this place years ago, you can still have a nice night and know you still look like that soccer player the host thought you looked like so long ago, thereby allowing you more mussels while waiting for your table.Read Full Review
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