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2826 Telegraph Ave. (Stuart Ave.) Send to Phone
Contemporary aquatic décor creates an apt setting for Mediterranean-inspired seafood and wood-fired pizzas.

Dinner Tues.-Sun.
Open late Thurs.-Sat.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Maritime East Restaurant Review

: Maritime East boasts a contemporary beachside cabana-inspired ambience that showcases fresh, innovative seafood. The menu changes daily and is easy to navigate for its brevity, but it's not so easy to decide between starters like the french-fried yellowtail with fried lemon and Kennebec potatoes with fennel tartar sauce, or the warm duck confit salad with organic arugula, baby turnips, hazelnuts and a blood orange vinaigrette. Then there are the entrées that include the “deviled” Dungeness crab linguine with Meyer lemon confit and a poached farm egg, or whole-roasted fish with fennel, orange, beet and Moroccan olive salad. Whatever you decide, we recommend that you don’t pass up the black mussels with cilantro and their harissa vinaigrette---nicely complemented by an order of dukkah-spiced, wood-fired flatbread with Maldon sea salt. Or try the petrale sole, accompanied by a brown butter and cauliflower purée with sea bean-grape salad, and the fresh selections from the raw oyster bar. Maritime East features a carefully selected wine list and some well-known creative specialty cocktails, carried over from its sister restaurant in San Francisco.
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