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
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
Not an aviophobe's prescription, but a reference to fave Montauk surfing spot. Slick interior with long bar, booths with individual flatscreens showing surfing vids. Devoid otherwise of excessive s... read more
From Down East to the Upper West. Former banker Luke Holden hooks up with family in Portland, delivers lobster roll bliss to a third New York shack. Rustic pick-up counter churns out crab and shrim... read more
Steve Hanson sails the seven seas, emerges with more tropical booty than a Sean Paul video. Spin off of east side fave fills ginormous space near Lincoln Center. Lightly clubby look with marble, st... read more
Freshman lobster shack expands uptown, bringing crustacean elation to boat shoe and Hamptons share crowd. Ramped-up beach motif replete with lobster traps and seating for twenty. Gifford's ice cre... read more
Ed's Chodorow House. Eight One's Ed Brown applies his seafood skills to Jeffrey Chodorow's former Center Cut. Result retains some of the former's steakhouse feel, finished in whites and beiges and ... read more
Fresh seafood gets innovative spins on classic faves. Calamari mac ‘n’ cheese and tuna tartar taquitos, anyone? Fully stocked raw bar boasts oysters repping both East and West coasts. L... read more
Uh, worst name for a restaurant ever? Okay, cut 'em some slack, they were an 18-seat shack on Prince Edward Island not so long ago. Keeps to the original formula: some 23 mussel preparations that r... read more
Citarella offshoot pays homage to original fish market. Industry experience amply reflected in super-fresh sourcing. Preps try not to overcomplicate, but still tend to be original: black cod and ho... read more
Uptown branch office of EV fan fave. Seafood shack via Restoration Hardware. Noisy Van Halen and B.T.O. soundtrack for youngish Westsiders. Whitewashed wood ceiling, old nautical maps, garage doors... read more
Steve Hanson sails the seven seas and emerges with more tropical booty than a Sean Paul video. Does raw and cooked in big, raucous, back-lit space. Seafoam accents match twinsets on UES patrons. Up... read more
Overlooking Central Park's lake, this boathouse houses the iconic Boathouse Restaurant, which is basically the quintessential romantic summer date spot. Feast on scallop curry, sirloin steak, and a... read more
Sandy tried to leave some literal watermarks, but riverfront perch ...
Restaurant and lounge inspired by early 20th-century music recordin...
For women who love that beach chic look, this spot really does have...
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...
Neighborhood burger and shake spot nabs awesome name, restored Harl...