78 "Seafood" Restaurants in New York.
La Esquina Del Camarón Mexicano is a tiny, cash-only spot in the back of a bodega, and it’s a wonderful place to eat a cup of shrimp and octopus.
El Tina is a small 24-hour spot in Inwood with a very good $6 bowl of seafood soup.
Canal Street Oysters is a big seafood spot on the Tribeca/Soho border that’s a good option for wine and oysters after work.
This location of Seamore’s in Gotham West Market in Hell’s Kitchen is best for a quick lunch or drinks at the bar during Happy Hour.
Piccola Cucina Estiatorio is a Sicilian spot in Soho that’s always a party and also happens to serve great seafood pastas.
The Jones is in the tiny Noho space that used to house Great Jones Cafe. It’s a great spot for breakfast or a few seafood-focused small plates.
The Fulton in the South Street Seaport is where you should go to eat phenomenal seafood while looking out at the Brooklyn Bridge.
Mar serves very good seafood-focused Spanish dishes inside Mercado Little Spain in Hudson Yards.
Estiatorio Milos is a fancy Greek spot in Hudson Yards that works for corporate card meals when you don’t have a spending limit.
Chef’s Table At Brooklyn Fare in Hell’s Kitchen serves a tasting menu that’s unlike anything else you’ll eat in NYC.
Saint Julivert Fisherie is a Cobble Hill spot where you’ll eat seafood small plates and try unusual wines.
Randazzo’s is a seafood market on Arthur Avenue in The Bronx with a raw bar on the street during nice weather.
Paul’s Daughter is a counter-service spot on the boardwalk in Coney Island that has everything from lobster rolls to soft serve.
Nathan’s sells hot dogs all over the country, but it all started at this spot on Coney Island.