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Posted by Kimberly on 05/04/2005
Great, great food, friendly atmosphere, so beautiful around Christmastime and you will love everything. Fresh fish and great wines...a must!
Posted by Soho Lady on 04/12/2005
Ever crave a great meal but you just don't have the energy to drag yourself out? No problem! Just call up and get this great seafood delivered! The oysters have always been fresh and the red snapper with the grits is wonderful.
Posted by Sparks on 03/25/2005
My girlfriend and I have been to FISH maybe 5 or 6 times in the last 4 months. We are both oyster lovers and wanted to find a place we could have them without going broke. We found out about their $8 Oysters and a drink special and wanted to try them out. The freshest oysters and the coldest beer you could ever want. About the second time there the owner came over and had a drink with us. We are now FISH regulars and you would be a fool to pay the prices of these other places. If you want a good value and a place with personality, the FISH is the place.
Posted by unclesam on 03/21/2005
The horseradish salmon was one of the tastiest dishes I've ever eaten in Manhattan. The service was really solid and the stellas on tap were perfect. Really Solid spot.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/15/2005
The place looks like a dive but the food is good. Try the Angels on Horseback - broiled oysters wrapped in bacon, cocktail & horseradish, it's worth the $9. Also, their Catfish Sandwich is the bomb! $10 it's a real treat.
Posted by allynyc on 02/21/2005
This place is great! I am required to dine out and entertain alot for work, and I have to say that FISH is the ONE restaurant that has NEVER let me down. This place is consistently great. The Food, the brews, the staff always pleases. One week, I went there three nights in a row! And had a great time each time. I have taken native New Yorkers and out of towners here and all love it! The market is great, too.
Posted by Rick on 09/08/2004
Heard about this restaurant and I went a few months ago. What a mistake. I had the new england clam chowder which was very watery, not creamy like I expected. Also had the lobster roll which was filled with so much mayo. The decor is similar to a pete's tavern. There are dozens and dozens of great seafood places in the city...this one is near the bottom.