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390 Broome St. (Mulberry St.) Send to Phone
Michael Chernow of The Meatball Shop fame looks to the sea at this light and airy eatery.


Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sat.-Sun.

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Seamore's, New York, NY

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Seamore's Restaurant Review

: This Little Italy spot is neither little nor Italian. It’s a seafood-leaning American restaurant with a few nods to the south of the border. The man behind it is Michael Chernow, who founded the popular mini-chain The Meatball Shop. Fish tacos are dynamic: dogfish is fried, the meat flaky and light resting upon corn tortillas. There’s a mix-and-match section on the menu as well: choose from a selection of whatever fresh fish is in that day and then a topping (it’s hard to go wrong with harissa), and it arrives on a bed of fresh greens. A ubiquitous kale salad and a grass-fed burger are options for those not in the mood for the fruits of the sea. A nice wine list is separated by terrain, and a few signature cocktails are available. Seamore's also offers a takeout window dedicated to soft serve ice cream and poké (their version features tuna, ponzu, peanuts and avocado over steamed brown rice).

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