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The Lobster Club

Perfect For: Drinks & A Light Bite Eating At The Bar People Watching See And Be Seen
NYC

The Lobster Club

Perfect For: Drinks & A Light Bite Eating At The Bar People Watching See And Be Seen
PHOTOS: Scott Frances

The Lobster Club is the third and final new restaurant in the Seagram Building in Midtown, along with The Grill and The Pool. The food is Japanese, the seats are bright pink and green, and the atmosphere is sort of “if Austin Powers actually had good taste.” While everything we tried was good, we liked the cooked food, like the wagyu and uni starter or dishes from the teppanyaki grill, more than the sushi. Although they serve things like a sushi roll topped with foie gras and truffle, it’s a more relaxed experience than The Grill, and it feels like a place to hang out, rather than to celebrate something - other than having the kind of money that would allow you to hang out here. Stop by the bar if you want to check it out without committing to dinner.

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