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The Lobster Place does a proper sit-down restaurant in the Chelsea Market. Lively little dining alley; bar's lined with craft beer handles, and a dozen oysters from up and down both coasts fill a p... read more
Bivalves and crustaceans under The Slipper Room. Clean white walls, red barstools, ocean-blue banquettes. Menu’s split between hot and cold—raw bar offerings like oysters and lobster ro... read more
Stalwart of the Chelsea Market gets a new finish. Retail shop sees separate counters for lobsters fresh or steamed. Long steel counter for fresh fish offerings, or get super-fresh with eight-seat o... read more
Legendary Studio 54 and Nobu hand Richie Notar flies solo with glam spread at the Lombardy Hotel. William Randolph Hearst 1926 gift for mistress Marion Davies retains original stained glass and cha... read more
Seafood haven on the Lower East Side. Red walls and barstools to complement the crustaceans. Shrimp, crawfish, soft shell crab in baskets. Lobster and crab in roll form or by the pound. Raw bar fea... read more
Cursed location still waiting for the right exorcist. Kinks being worked out on lengthy selection of seafood. Mixed pots blend together crab, scallop, and mussel with wine sauce for the Chardon... read more
G-Point and Rockaways seafood shack sensation brings it over to the big town. Joint skews quaint, with picnic tables, whitewashed walls, natural light streaming in through the skylight. Order off t... read more
Clam and swill bunker. Brick walls, long wooden benches, kitschy paraphernalia abounding. Two dozen steamed clams with a cup of hot butter will leave plenty left over for next semester’s text... read more
The folks behind Benjamin’s Steakhouse trade turf for surf. The team up is with chef Ted Pryor of Opia and Les Halles fame. Daily market picks like Montauk fluke, Littleneck clams, herb-baste... read more
Vacationland into Carroll Gardens. Corner spot with ample yardage does its best impression of Maine coastal dining. Ayuh, they’re serving lobstah rolls, with meat shipped straight from Kitter... read more
This Spanish tapas restaurant in the UWS has got a funky, industrial feel to it, thanks to the wooden tabletops, chalkboard walls, and red walls surrounding the bar. Duck liver with peaches, oxtail... read more
No bait and switch here: corner spot is serious about fresh seafood. Oceanfront effects, inspired by the seafood shacks of Red Sox Nation. Take your lobster in roll or mac ‘n’ cheese fo... read more
Tropical-chic oyster spot above a speakeasy. Checkerboard floors, wooden fans, potted palms. Iron paraphernalia from circa 1930 nods to Prohibition Era theme. Chalkboard menu lists oysters, shellf... read more
Russian-owned Ginza Project drops clubby theme for a grown-up Mediterranean bistro. Oak floors and Pop Art collection keep the space light. Raw bar features a run of fresh Atlantic oysters, Maine l... read more
Crane-killed Crave Ceviche Bar gets second lease on life across the street. Elegant, intimate space inside 19th-century tenement. Materials salvaged from the original, overall beachy-rustic vibe. F... read more
Waterfront spot feels more like the Bahamas than Washington Heights. Plop your feet down on the sand right alongside the Hudson, enjoy sick views of the GW Bridge, unspoiled Palisades, and boat tra... read more
Alums of Macao Trading Co. and Employees Only do seafood and cocktails in Williamsburg. Old gas station signage and caged-in light bulbs add to Cape Cod vibe. Salted cod in pickled jalepeños... read more
It’s a party! Two-story deckhouse offers a long list of seafood, plus a beach area with bocce, putt-putt, and cornhole. Party lights and empty crab cages hang from wooden rafters. Go nuts wit... read more
Named for the leviathan, not the Times. Cool gray interior, white and mahogany bar, blue chairs. Mirrors and tchotchkes add funk; more hip than chintzy. Three fellows from Nantucket do an assortmen... read more
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...
Michael White of Ai Fiori et al does an Italian steakhouse south of...
South Brooklyn Pizza peeps wrap a stealth Italian spot around their...
Kristi Paras of Zachary's Smile re-ups her Village space with a bou...
Appointment-only, hour-long guided shopping experience. Second show...