Fish Restaurant

By grace.g.yang ยท March 16, 2010
Under: American,Cheap Eats,Dinner,Grace's Picks,Lunch,My Life,West Village

On Thursday night, I was introduced to the most amazing restaurant in New York, Fish. Fish is located on Bleecker Street (next to Isle) and I’ve walked by so many times but have never walked in because the restaurant looks really run down that I’ve never even thought about looking up the place to read reviews. However, I was starving on Thursday night and my friend suggested we head to the restaurant to try it out. Fish:


Fish has amazing deals – the first one (that we both ordered) was 1/2 dozen Blue Point oysters + PBR (or house red/white wine) for $8:


We were contemplating whether or not we should just get really drunk on PBR and order 30 more oysters, but decided against it since we wanted lobster as well. The oysters were very large compared to the oysters I’ve had in NYC so far but definitely amazing.

For dinner, we ordered the Down East Lobster Feast:


And added another lobster to the order for $12:


The Down East Lobster feast quite literally is a feast; it comes with a 1 1/4 pound lobster, 5 steamers, corn on the cob, and fries. For another $12, you can add another lobster (which we did). The lobsters were amazing, the fries tasted like they were triple fried (triple awesome), and it was the first time I’ve ever had steamers, so they were fun to try to unassemble.

Fish also has great lunch specials – all you can eat Maryland blue crabs for $24!!!!! I am DEFINITELY going back (and I’m bringing Dorren and Matt!)

Fish on Urbanspoon

Reader Comments

That sounds like awesomeness previously unknown to mankind! And a good deal on the lobster!

Written By Cliff on March 16th, 2010 @ 12:26 pm

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