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Posted by holly1975 on 03/23/2007
Once we got past the minor wait, everything else was fabulous. We read that Ed from Pearl opened this new place, so we had to try it. To be expected, the food was top notch. Fresh oysters shucked fresh right behind the bar. the lobster roll really shows off Ed's years of practice. the roll was soft and with a mild hint of butter. The lobster salad was made with big pieces of lobster and light mayo. It came with home made pickles that had the right amount of tang, and french fries. No room for dessert, but we'll be sure to try it next time. A great addition to Lafayette Street. Highly recommended!
Posted by Curlysasa on 03/18/2007
Ed McFarland, formerly of Pearl Oyster Bar has finally taken center stage and opened his own restaurant. A wait that was definitely worth it. The food is absolutely succulent from the fried oysters that melt in your mouth to the rich and buttery lobster pot pie. The lobster roll and clam chowder are also sensational as we tried a variety of dishes. Also don’t forget the raw bar, I suggest the sampler platter which will delight anyone’s taste buds. If you still have room after that Ed’s Crème Brule is one of the finest. I strongly recommend Ed’s to anyone who loves seafood, reasonable prices and a friendly atmosphere.