33 "Raw Bar" Restaurants in New York.
The Fulton in the South Street Seaport is where you should go to eat phenomenal seafood while looking out at the Brooklyn Bridge.
Watermark is a bar on Pier 15 near the South Street Seaport with outdoor seating that works for Happy Hour drinks.
Randazzo’s is a seafood market on Arthur Avenue in The Bronx with a raw bar on the street during nice weather.
Littleneck is a seafood place in Gowanus that looks like a clam shack you’d find on Cape Cod.
Bar Belly is a cocktail and oyster bar on the Lower East Side that’s an ideal first date spot.
Sugarcane is a giant restaurant next to Brooklyn Bridge Park where it instantly becomes 10pm in Miami as soon as you step inside.
Marlow & Sons is one of the original modern Brooklyn restaurants, and it’s still one of the best places to eat in the city.
Cape House is a seafood shack in East Williamsburg/Bushwick with plenty of outdoor seating.
ROKC is a restaurant serving ramen and oysters, but this place is all about the cocktails, which get served in lightbulbs and conch shells.
Covenhoven is a craft beer bar in Crown Heights with cozy vibes and a nice backyard.
St. Mazie is a relatively low-key Williamsburg bar that has live music and good cocktails.
The original Blue Ribbon in Soho, in which you can eat bone marrow, fried chicken, and oysters from a white table cloth at 3am. What a world.
A cocktail bar that specializes in oysters, and has a very solid burger. Sel Rrose isn't our favorite oyster hangout, but it's definitely one you should know about.