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Mary's Fish Camp
Posted by Chris on 09/24/2014
There is not one inch between tables so you had better like what the people sitting on either side of you are talking about. You will hear them screaming at each other to be heard over the unbearably loud music. The couple next to us asked to have the volume turned down a little. It remained on "Deafening." The food is fine but there are so many excellent seafood restaurants in NY that unless you're testing your new heavy-duty earplugs, there's no reason to eat in such an unpleasant place.
Posted by anonymous on 04/23/2014
$35 for a lobster roll. I've been coming here for a long time, and that just makes me sad.
Posted by Deb on 04/13/2014
Be prepared to wait about an hour. When you get in there it is loud. And you'll be sitting elbow to elbow the table next-door. The staff is quite nice and does the best they can. Forget about doing any substitution. They will charge you the menu price and charge extra if you want something different. So there's no flexibility in ordering. The food is good, but if you want a relaxed environment, go elsewhere.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/02/2014
I am baffled by how popular this restaurant is considering you leave smelling like fried fish, the music is too loud to talk, they charge $14 for a pixie cup of wine, the portions are small, and everything is spicy, I left feeling ripped off and hungry after spending over $100 for 2 people.
Posted by Pia on 05/21/2013
This is easily the best lobster roll in NYC and many other places. Everyone is nice, it is an adorable space, there are healthy options, and I would eat there every night! I especially love the elotes.
Posted by anonymous on 01/04/2013
I read a number of good reviews for Mary's Fish Camp so I decided to take my parents who were visiting at the time. We waited for one and a half hours to be seated in a tiny corner -- uncomfortably wedged between two large groups. The waitress forgot our drinks completely...here comes our food and still no drinks. The food was bland and unremarkable -- one of our dishes consisted of lettuce, grilled fish and mango slices. (?) Radio music was blasting through dinner making conversation impossible. Poor experience, I will never ever go back.
Posted by Sarah on 04/20/2012
I've been to Mary's several times. I like the lobster roll and oysters. But I really really really hate being rushed. Tonight we went at 6:00 and were probably out in 40 minutes. The waitress (the one with tattoos) brought our oysters before our drinks and kept hovering over our table to take our plates the minute we took our last bites. My mom accidentally gave the waitress two cards instead of one-- and only noticed when the waitress brought back two receipts for her to sign. The waitress didn't seem to care that there was a misunderstanding/mistake. And I just don't get why if she was given 2 cards, why she didn't ask us how we wanted to split the bill? Ugh. I love the food but the service and cramped environment are major downers.