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Blue Water Grill
Posted by Lisa on 10/13/2006
By far the best seafood and sushi! Service and atmosphere are amazing! Especially the jaz room! Highly reccomended :) Me and my fiance's favorite!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/08/2006
Ive been here a few times now, and it always meets my expectations. The seafood is creative and delicious, and the service is wonderful. I highly recommend this place! Perfect date spot!
Posted by Anonymous on 09/21/2006
This place was just so-so. I had higher expectations when I went and was a bit let down. Food was typical...I didn't feel like the dining experience was unique and one that I would go to again. Our waiter was so bad...someone else saw us sitting there for the longest time and took our orders. Overall, since the waiter and food wasn't that great...it didn't make the best dining experience.
Posted by Dr. Kizzy on 09/10/2006
I love this place! I been going to BWG since it opened. It always been my thing to go there fro Brunch or fancy lunch to win over a saler to list their property with me. I worked and live in Union Square with all the choices I always end up eating at BWG. On Sundays My sister and I used to go there every weekend after shopping on 5th avenue. Great food Excellent I highly recommend the The Shrimp and Lobsterb Spring Rolls, my first sushi cross over riooll was eaten here the amazing Spice Tuna rolls, I am also weaken by the Filet mignot and sparraagus rolls. my favorite which by the way is so hard to pick one is the Chilean Sea Bass the Lobster Mashed potatos helped me put on an extra 20 pounds when I was pregnant with my son. I just trly love their food The romatic Setting of the Piano bar. The live Jaz is the Best place to go for a date. Great Wine Selection. And in term of their service Iit is friendly and Accomodating. I been going there almost every week since the open They always treat me like a Queen is like going home for Sunday Dinner. I am the hardest to please of all Picky eaters and this one makes the Top of the Kizzy's PICK! Bon Appetite.
Posted by lickin the chops on 09/10/2006
We went to Blue Water Grill on Saturday, our first time going there in 7 years, and now I remember why. We sat in the Jazz room, and it was irritating, and loud. Lots of children, even though it was 9pm on a Saturday, including the out of towners sitting next to us. It's our own fault, I felt like I was on the upper East Side at sister restaurant, Atlantic Grill, which is not a complement coming from me. Everyone's fish, and steaks were overdone. I ordered mine rare and it was medium, the tuna was brutalized that my wife got. The shrimp that came with my surf and turf, were as rubber and tasteless as could be. All in all, really bad, if you have children, are from Long Island, and want remnants of home, get over there quick otherwise, go elsewhere.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/03/2006
Okay, maybe it's because we hit it for brunch and not dinner or a "sunset menu" or whatever, but a) the price was excellent, b) the food was great, c) it included a Skyy Screwdriver, and d) the price was excellent. Thirteen bucks somewhere else would have gotten me... maybe one-and-a-half drinks and no Bananas Foster French Toast, so I feel like I can't really argue. Plus the contents of the bread basket were excellent. We'll definitely be going back.
Posted by Joan Kadie on 08/15/2006
Three weeks ago, before making a reservation for 6 people, I checked the prix fixe luncheon menu which was very attractive. It offered a choice of 4-5 appetizers, 6 entrees, 4 desserts for $24.07. A reservation was made based on this menu and 6 of us met for lunch today. Much to our consternation, a choice of only two appetizers, two entrees and two desserts were offered. When I questioned this "alternate menu", I was told that I must have looked at the wrong menu previously--or that it was offered only during "restaurant week". This was a poor excuse as I know what I had looked at. We were given the choice of not ordering, ordering from the regular menu or accepting the prix fixe menu. Since there were 6 of us and it would have been too much trouble to leave, we decided to order from the prix fixe menu. Although the food was good, no attempt at apology or restitution or substitution was offered. (Danny Myers would have been overly apologetic for the "misunderstanding" and would have either offered a glass of wine on the house or a tray of cookies, etc.) The attitude of management and servers left a lot to be desired.