Rockaway Clam Bar comes to us from the people behind Red Hook Lobster, and they now have a stand in the Riis Park Beach Bazaar. They serve reasonably-priced seafood like chowder, fried clam rolls, and some lobster clam sliders that need to be part of your beach experience.
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