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The Best Lobster Rolls In NYC
Where to get a lobster roll that's actually worth the money.
The Best Lobster Rolls In The Hamptons
We love lobster rolls very much. These are the best ones in the Hamptons.
Where To Get Oyster Happy Hour Outside
When you’re in the mood for oysters and saving money, head to one of these 24 restaurants or bars.
14 Great Ceviches In NYC
Our favorite places to find refreshing ceviche anywhere in the city.
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The Crabby Shack
As the name suggests, you should get anything with crab at this casual Crown Heights spot.
The Galley by Lobster Place
At The Galley in Market 57, you can eat a lobster roll while gazing across the river at Jersey.
You can get a casual plate of oysters or clams at Mother Shuckers, a raw bar at Market 57.
Lolo’s on the Water
Lolo's on the Water is the Market 57 outpost of Lolo's Seafood Shack in Harlem.
Lunch AKA The Lobster Roll
Lunch AKA The Lobster Roll on Montauk Highway is the spot for lobster rolls and clam strips.
The Seafood Shop
The Seafood Shop is a great stop for fresh seafood before heading to a nearby beach.
Bostwick's Chowder House
Bostwick's Chowder House is a diner-style seafood restaurant in East Hampton.
The Clam Bar
The Clam Bar is an all-outdoor spot in Amagansett where you should eat oysters.
Gosman's Dock is a great spot to eat fresh fish with your kids.
The Hideaway is home to some of Montauk's best Mexican food.
Duryea's Lobster Deck & Seafood Market
Duryea's Lobster Deck & Seafood Market is where you should eat lobster and feel like you're on a fancy vacation, which you probably are.
Navy Beach Restaurant
Navy Beach Restaurant is in a hidden alcove of Bayside Beach.
South Edison is a lively seafood restaurant two blocks away from the ocean.
Cosenza's Fish Market
Stop by the sidewalk oyster bar at this Arthur Avenue fish market for freshly shucked shellfish. Sometimes, they even have sea urchin.
BK Seafood Market
BK Seafood Market is a Chinese restaurant in southern Brooklyn that's perfect for big groups.
This sceney West Village restaurant from the team behind American Bar is inspired by 80s New York nightlife. Come here for some solid seafood dishes and a good time.
Come to this casual seafood spot in Prospect Lefferts Gardens when you want to impress a date with elegant plates of razor clams and trout roe.
Fulton Fish Co.
This seafood counter with a huge raw bar in the Tin Building by Jean-Georges is great for some oysters followed by something greasy like a salad with fried clams and shrimp.
The Original Soup Kitchen
This place isn't just a destination for George Constanza photos and “No Soup For You” merch. The soup is worth returning for.
Lady's Seafood & Soulfood
This East Harlem soul food spot serves superior BBQ shrimp and stuffed salmon. Get here early, before they run out for the day.
If you want to eat fish tacos and enjoy tropical drinks in a beach shack with a sand floor, head to Surf Bar in Williamsburg.
Marea in Midtown makes some of the best pasta in NYC. You must order the bone marrow and octopus fusilli.
Thai Sidewalk is a street cart just a block away from the Dumbo waterfront that makes an excellent $20 lobster roll.
When you're in the mood for exciting ceviche and other raw seafood dishes, consider Mexican spot Tacos Güey in Flatiron.