This Grand Central Market stall has, unsurprisingly, a seafood theme. There’s a long menu that spans chowders, grain bowls, salads, and sandwiches, and you can order to go or take a seat at one of their counter spots. The clam chowder is decent (with a very California addition of squash in there), but the Thai-style lobster roll misses the mark. Feel free to skip this spot in favor of many of the other great options in the market.
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