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Randazzo's Clam Bar

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  • Seafood, Italian
  • 2017 Emmons Ave, Brooklyn NY11235 40.5836565 -73.9493096
  • (Btwn Ocean Ave & E 21st St)
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  • (718) 615-0010
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User Ratings (Based on 18 reviews)

3.315
Food 3.6 Value 3.1
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(718) 615-0010
Fax:
fax
(718) 769-2188
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 11am-11:30pm Fri-Sat: 11am-12am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Kid-friendly, Outdoor Dining, Waterfront, Raw Bar, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering

User Reviews

  • Randazzo's Clam Bar

    Posted by Slick Vic on 05/25/2013

    Great food

    Lobster Randazzo for dinner. A bowl of Lobster bisque soup And Fried Calamari Hot sauce for an appetizer. Do it!

  • Randazzo's Clam Bar

    Posted by bklyngirl on 04/25/2013

    Not What It Used To Be

    Randazzos has been around for ages. It was a family-vibe place where you can get great portioned food at a good price. Went there relatively recently. Not the same place it use to be. The portions are cut in half and double the price to boot, not to mention, the quality isn't up to par. I don't even think it's run by Italians anymore.

  • Randazzo's Clam Bar

    Posted by anonymous on 04/24/2013

    ice cold red wine

    new tables an upgrade from the cheesy green tables. Wish the waitresses also underwent the same! Only saving grace was the broiled salmon! everything here is FRIED! Ordered bottle of red wine, arrived at table ICE COLD...complained. They located bottle that had not been refrigerated! eventually drank both. Only went because Gargulios closed onTuesday. never again! Whole place caught in time warp!

  • Randazzo's Clam Bar

    Posted by melissa decerno on 05/08/2012

    I wish we had more places like this

    I had to move to Arizona for work, so on my return to sheepshead bay I was dying to eat here again. Everything was delicious just like it was when I had it last, 13 years ago. I wish they bottled and shipped the sauce because I would order it all the time. The calamari is to die for! My husband and I had the Lobster Randazzo and we were in Heaven!

  • Randazzo's Clam Bar

    Posted by Frederique on 04/29/2012

    merci Paul

    ma femme et je suis tombé en amour avec cet endroit. nous avons voulu essayer les palourdes et les huîtres crues pour la première fois dans nos vies pendant les vacances à New York. nous avons en fait découvert ce clambar avec une recherche google.com rapide. chaque chose que nous avons essayé ici était incroyable! le calmar frit était incroyable! nous voulons nommer notre premier fils né Randazzo! MERCI ET À LA FAMILLE PAULIE!

  • Randazzo's Clam Bar

    Posted by Jamie on 04/11/2012

    At best a 2-star eatery

    At best a 2-star eatery that charges and 'thinks' it's a 4-star restaurant. Upon entering this eatery, it was pretty empty at peak lunch hour (that should hv been a big warning). But we were hungry and hoped for the best. Ordered the NE clam cowder which was full of flour, no clams. Their 'filet sandwich' was frozen flounder and not fresh at all. The only decent plate was the clams on half shell. With one more entree, bill came out to $75 w tax and 15% tip! Truly ridiculous for below mediocre food.

  • Randazzo's Clam Bar

    Posted by Bernard Dworkin on 10/08/2011

    How many tasteless things can one pile on a small plate?

    I had lunch at Randazzo's on a quiet day when the 4 waitresses were busy chatting loudly at the next table about whether to do a double shift. Mine was responsive when I waived at her. Problems were in the presentation and price. Imagine 12 little neck clams served on a too-small plate, virtually piled on one another, with three teenie cheap plastic containers on top with cocktail sauce, horseradish, 2 lemon quarters and no side plate. However for the $14 price, you do get a wooden Popsicle-like two pronged fork that is too thick and improperly shaped to pick up the clams. Now for the piece de resistance -- a $19.95 overly-breaded tasteless fried shrimp melee piled helter-skelter on a mini-plate with a small baked potato, and an array of peel-the-top-off 1/2 inch sized throw-away containers, several with butter, 2 Kraft tarter sauces (how insulting!), a sour cream, all tossed together falling off the plate again, no side plate. They did not have lime for my bottle of Corona ($5 was ok), but offered lemon. The beer was served "en bottle" with a small plastic cup. In all, the clams, shrimp, beer, and tax and $5 tip came to over $40 (I think, because they did not take credit cards or give a receipt). I left Randazzo's a poorer man, not only because the poor quality-taste ratio, but also because I had one more disappoiting lunch in my life. But I hear the sauce is great!

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