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Restaurant - Raw Bar - Market
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  • Seafood
  • 280 Bleecker St, New York NY10014 40.731696 -74.003517
  • (Btwn Jones St & 7th Ave S)
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  • (212) 727-2879
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User Ratings (Based on 49 reviews)

3.785
Food 4.0 Value 3.7
Service 3.8 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 727-2879
Website:
www.fishrestaurantnyc.com
Notes:
Free Delivery (til 10pm) Take Out MC, Visa, AmEx
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 12pm-11pm Fri-Sat: 12pm-12am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Open Late, Happy Hour, Raw Bar, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out
Min Delivery:
15.00

User Reviews

  • Fish

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/23/2004

    The food is so so

    The food is so so...Way overpriced. The most uncreative chef in NYC.. Wine list put together by a wino. Trust me if you want to have a good seafood. Dont come to fish it is just a nicer red lobster.

  • Fish

    Posted by Martinin on 07/04/2004

    Good all 'round-& the BEST fresh Oysters

    I took some out of town guests - Mother, Aunt and Cousin as well as my in-town sis'. ALthough the music was too loud, everything else was nice in terms of atmosphere. The have a few tables large enough for 6 without anyone getting their noses out of joint for larger parties. FOOD: THE OYSTERS ROCK! The soft shell crab very weel done, the lobster albeit small was not overcooked (thank god). The Lobster salad was excellent. THe blackend bass A+. Our only complaint would be the grilled shrimp - too few, too dry and not a good value. All in all, a welcome little corner in the village. Ask for Tristan, the new cutie from Lubbock to wait on you.

  • Fish

    Posted by andy on 05/30/2004

    Dropping the Ball

    I went here a handful of months ago, and it was a great experience--great specials, finely grilled tuna, friendly service, and a perfect side dish of sauteed spinach with garlic. However, I just went back tonight and doubt I'll return. In fact, my whole party was a bit disappointed. Here are the highlights (or should I say lowpoints): -Waitstaff was less than stellar -Fish had a "charred" taste -Our raw oyster order was severly butchered (only 4 simple orders!) -Lobster roll was basically a glob of mayo with some pieces of lobster in it -Way too pricey for the serving sizes -Avoid the "salad"-- $9 for literally a slab of iceberg lettuce and a few slices of tomato. Should be labeled "Garnish for Hamburger - $9" All in all, there are many other great seafood places that I'll now consider. I thought I had found a reliable spot too...oh well.

  • Fish

    Posted by richie b. on 05/28/2004

    Are you all insane?

    Rudest staff in Manhattan. Avoid like the plague.

  • Fish

    Posted by Shane on 03/08/2004

    Perfect!

    We love this restaurant for a no frills seafood experience. All three times we have been, the staff has been so accomodating and friendly. We usually get the seafood tower for two and a bottle of wine, all for under $100!! There is never any overcrowding and the food is so fresh, we consider it a hidden secret!!!

  • Fish

    Posted by pongo on 11/05/2003

    Good food, rather pricey, very slow

    I have eaten there three times for lunch. Pricey food but quite good. One of my guests had to leave from one lunch because the main course hadn't arrived after 60 minutes.

  • Fish

    Posted by eatery on 06/01/2003

    Nothing fishy....

    Fish is a great restaurant in a great neighborhood...get there early and get the only table in the window and watch West Villagers stroll by...The wines are ok, but the fish was pretty goo---I just wish they'd bring back the swordfish kebobs! Overall a good experience...can also be an intimate setting with a date (it's a bit dark). But definitely go for the raw bar

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