This location of Seamore’s - a seafood spot with six locations around the city - is located in Gotham West Market in Hell’s Kitchen. Eat some fish tacos at their bar seats outside on the sidewalk, or get drinks during their very good Happy Hour that runs from 3-6pm on weekdays.
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We love the Mermaid restaurants, but an oyster bar? I guess fifteen or so varieties qualify you, but we were hoping for a deeper raw bar and a little more excitement. Where's the oyster inspiration?
Burger & Lobster
The Popular London restaurant chain's first NYC location is in Chelsea, and it has mixed results. The burger is great, but the lobster? Not so hot.
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