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Top Chef Master Floyd Cardoz rides his hot hand to Danny Meyer's BPC power luncher. Majors in seafood, although grill menu gets fleshed out with chops and steaks. Creative eggs coddled with crab an... read more
Meatpacking's notably sleek steakhouse opens a midtown outpost. Menu touches on oceanic delights, vegetables, and wagyu mini-burgers, to attract the young, sexy, and health-conscious. Unusual offer... read more
Dream team of Ninth Street Espresso, Summit Bar, and Motorino peeps joined up for café and cocktail groove on First Street. Janky brick walls played off against sleek marble tables, general ... 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
Perfect complement to EMM Group's other MePa stalwart, Abe & Arthur's. As grandiose as A&A, rustically minimal space covers two floors and a rooftop lounge, with copper-stacked floating sta... 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
John Dory redux: April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman get a mulligan, relaunch their seafood cynosure with more of a Mediterranean slant. Global accents, like raw bar red snapper with grapefruit and S... 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. After smashing success with UES branch, PEI mussels go redux down... 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
Soaring bi-level space inside the Carlton Hotel retains classic original skylight, mosaic floor, mahogany bar. Versatile venue welcomes the hoi polloi to the downstairs lounge, with wine bar and li... 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
Aphrodisiac spin-off of Mermaid Inn franchise beachier than the originals. Bleached Greenwich Village slip echoes the Cape, but promises shoes on all patrons, if not pants. Thinks outside the fry b... 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
Hamptons village provides inspiration for Flatiron charmer. Unoppressive nautical theme, swank chandeliers, marble, wainscoting. There's fresh fish, of course, but menu also swings Korean. West Coa... read more
Midtown seafood warhorse seeks fresh life in new Rock Center central location. Sizeable, high-ceilinged space references new hood with Deco flair in the columns. Marble bars, warm Brazilian cherry ... read more
Cowgirl hits FiDi, adds seafood to well-honed repertoire of deep-fried comfort food. Rollicking bar scene in cute little space with distressed brick and antler chandelier. Nautical kitsch like moun... read more
Charlie Palmer's house of indulgence gets more than a facelift. Chef Christopher Lee of Gilt fame helms progressive American kitchen fit for overeaters. Four separate dining areas to accommodate lu... 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
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...