We’re addicted to local seafood
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
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