44 "Seafood"Restaurants in New York.
Marea is one of those restaurants, like Eleven Madison Park, you walk into knowing damn well it’s going to be incredible. It’s also good to know this: Marea is a Quality Fish restaurant first, Ital...
The ultimate neighborhood restaurant. Not everyone knows about Upstate Beer & Oyster bar, but those who do are obsessed with it.
A seafood restaurant from the people behind The Meatball Shop, Seamore's is healthy, reasonably priced, and a good time. No wonder it's always packed.
If you like seafood, Greenpoint Fish and Lobster might be your new favorite restaurant.
Crave is a progressive thinking fish restaurant with a laid back atmosphere that takes you out of the misery of Midtown East.
Aside from the misleading and somewhat unfortunate name, and aside from the fact that it kind of looks like every single other restaurant in this part of town, The Clam is actually very unique and ...
A Korean seafood-focused restaurant that also sells surfboards and coffee? Turns out that's a great idea.
Extra Virgin is an Infatuation approved establishment for two main reasons. First, it's an excellent date spot. Second, it's as consistent as they come.
Lure Fishbar is still just as much of a Soho party yacht as it was when it opened in 2004. The food has only gotten better.
The John Dory Oyster Bar is still a solid NoMad hang for beers and bivalves.
Luke and his lobsters have taken over New York City, and rightfully so. These are the best lobster rolls in town.
Almost everything on Pearl Oyster Bar menu is fantastic, but what really keeps us coming back though is the fried oyster sandwich.
We love Luke's Lobster. The new Uptown spot is a little bit larger and still cranks out amazing food, this time not to East Village post-grads, but to a mix of UES families, frat dudes, and old tim...
Maison Premiere is the coolest place in Williamsburg to eat oysters and drink cocktails.
Sel De Mer is an East Williamsburg neighborhood staple worth a trip for any Quality Fish lover, especially those who enjoy their scallops with a side of Wu-Tang Clan, which was on the stereo all ni...