THE FIX

We’re ad­dicted to lo­cal seafood

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o al in en ers weigh in on where to feed their ob­ses­sion ith lo al seafood. Feel­ing the need for some salty, fresh oys­ters? How about, as one concierge notes, a place where “the crab shines and they sim­ply let the lob­ster speak for it­self. To find o t more about where to go and what to or­der, read on For more great lo­cal seafood in the city, visit where­trav­eler.com

Seamore’s

I love this place, and its use of un­known yet sus­tain­able and deli io s fish.

–Eric Adolf­sen, coowner, The Wooly Pub­lic restau­rant Lure Fish­bar

This is my ba­sic goto spot for re­ally great seafood.

–John Varvatos, De­signer . The Sea Fire Grill

I go out of my way for the crab­meat- stuffed lob­ster here. While the crab shines, the lob­ster speaks for it­self: The chef doesn’t do any­thing fan y ith it.

–Spencer Howard, Concierge, W Ho­tel New YorkTimes Square

Jack the Horse Tav­ern I think this spot in Brook­lyn is great, be­cause it serves Fish­ers Is­land oys­ters: They are oys­ters that come from the fam­ily-owned b si­ness. They re sa­vory, briny and re­fresh­ing, and can be found in other resta rants too.

–Nancy Web­ster, Ex­ec­u­tive Di­rec­tor, Brook­lyn Bridge Park Con­ser­vancy Ed’s Lob­ster Bar

The lob­ster rolls are the best, but they have lob­ster ev­ery­thing here. Tiny s ot big avor

–Andy Karl, ap­pear­ing in “Ground­hog Day” on Broad­way Grand Cen­tral Oys­ter Bar & Restau­rant

What s not to love about one of the most iconic restau­rants in NYC? The old and ar­chaic in­te­rior space is a treat: As the city changes, this is a great on­stant. The oys­ters are supremely fresh— the restau­rant staff shucks an oys­ter ev­ery se onds

–Rafael Su­sana, Concierge, Park Hyatt New York

Lob­ster and shell­fish med­ley at the Grand Cen­tral Oys­ter Bar & Restau­rant

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