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
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
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
Former Saraghina owner stays in the hood, drops a Medi-seafood joint on Halsey. Interior like a galley, with fishing nets and lifesavers upping the atmosphere. Whitewashed walls, industrial w... read more
A block from the Gowanus Canal, but proprietors assure the public they don't source clams there. Instead, it's classic New England casual shack-chic, including clam roll, lobster roll, and raw bar.... read more
Breath of fresh sea salt in often overwrought Billyburg. Backsplash of gauzy white curtains, cobalt blue tiles, pressed tin for fish dinners at easy, breezy prices. Scrubbed dock style extends to b... read more
Named for the Titan who personified the ocean, teems with seafood. Fresh whole fish, sold by the pound, joins outlay of Greek/Mediterranean dishes. Grilled octopus, stuffed clams, steamed mussels. ... read more
Another Manhattanite who now has more space and a backyard. Rampant oyster shucking, semi-exposed kitchen keeps it feelin' casual as you order the $22 nicoise salad. Same fingerlickin' lobster roll... read more
Olea -- Latin for "olive" -- brings the flavors of Spain, Greece, Italy, and the rest of the Mediterranean to BK. White walls, wooden ceiling, and terra cotta tiles feel appropriately Spanish. Flo... read more
Look for the big neon lobster. Classic Sheepshead Bay seafood joint, all things fried and frittered; better than pricey stalwart Lundy's across the way. Tables of hard workin' construction men poun... read more
New Zealand cuisine is as hard to find in New York as a moment of calm. And yet, at this Park Slope spot outfitted with vintage '70s wallpaper, hanging plants, and fresh spring flowers in jars, you... read more
Sandy tried to leave some literal watermarks, but riverfront perch ...
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For women who love that beach chic look, this spot really does have...
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Neighborhood burger and shake spot nabs awesome name, restored Harl...