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Michael White strikes while the iron is hot, goes for the trifecta after major scores with Convivio and Alto. Name means tide, high-end Italian seafood is the angle, with market-fresh fish from aro... 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
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
20 years at Peter Luger and Arturo McLeod decided to open up shop on his own, near Grand Central. The result is a reach for classic, New York Steakhouse steeze that manages to grab some of the righ... read more
Not an aviophobe's prescription, but a reference to fave Montauk surfing spot. Vaguely literary name begets mostly upscale crowd. Slick, modern interior devoid of sun haze and unexpected sand. Pric... 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
Esquared Hospitality’s life aquatic. Lobster rolls rule the lower deck in Manhattan's idea of a fish shack, but top is all high-energy, glass-elevator sophistication. Would-be deep sea divers... read more
Bailed out of the fire and flood, subterranean space is more gorgeous than ever. Get all Young Yacht on Soho's rawest fare. Fish food is brain food! Down too much of That Bourbon Drink and suddenly... read more
Spiffed-up seafood shack brings some Cape to harried East Villagers longing for a clean beach and a lobster roll. Raw bar earns raves for clams and oysters. Not exactly undiscovered, there's always... read more
All about the fish. Yet another Steve Hanson creation, this one with a floor-to-ceiling glass front affording prime view of the shuffling tourist parade. Fortunately, slick, über-mod dining ro... read more
A seaside shack in the West Village helps you forget that the closest body of water fronts the toxic smear of New Jersey. Oysters, steamers, cockles—if it comes in a shell, Mary Redding will ... read more
Seafood arm of the Batali empire. Chef David Pasternack serves the fruit of the Pacific and Mediterranean, and on days off…goes fishing. Simple preparations, like just serving it to you raw. Crudo ... 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
Fish shack, doubles as a retail market. Owner runs local seafood company as well, giving him well-earned unfair advantage in fight for freshest sea-dwellers in NYC—and he doesn't even need mob ties... read more
Corporate Greek isle. Soaring space rigged with gauzy screens, massive squared-off columns, luck-chancing indoor umbrellas. Specializes in seafood, pick your own fish right off the ice pile in back... read more
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
Sleek spinning studio became a mini-chain in a snap. Addictive clas...
Frenchish café chain has many, many outposts throughout NYC,...
Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp&rsquo...