280 Bleecker St, New York, NY | Directions 1001440.731733 -74.003332
Sun-Thu, 3pm-10pm; Fri-Sat, 3pm-11pm
Neighborhoods: Downtown, West Village
The comments are right on! Great food and service. Definitely going back.
I agree with all the recommended comments this place is awesome, good and drinks are great
Great place! It's small, so be ready to wait for a table for awhile...but it is worth it. Great staff!
wow awesome beer selection and great fried food to go with it. This is the place to go they do seafood right a reasonabel price.
Best west village meal – Recently I've been given the opportunity to try many restaurants in the west village. Coming from long island this place puts the north and south fork to shame as far as seafood. Everything was fresh and delicious wine was cheap and the atmosphere was cape codish. Overall a great experience for a great price
Lobster maximus – First trip to New York, for a family reunion at Christmas. my Neice took 6 of us to "Fish", as I said I wanted some decent Lobster, after 27 years in Glasgow where anything bigger than a shrimp gets called Lobster.Anyway, straight to a table. We must have ordered 6 trays of oysters on the half-shell along with many Pabst Blue Ribbon beers (still for $8 you get a beer and 6 oysters). Then I ordered the "Lobster Special". Out came the largest Lobster I have ever seen, in a Zoo, on televison documentaries, anywhere...it was enormous and fed all 6 of us. I swaer the claws were the size of my hand! In any event, we devoured it. I believe there were lots of other things on the platter, like fries and Corn on the cob etc, but the Lobster was out of this world. The restauarant was actually fairly quiet, yet it was full of people just the same. It was the only trip into Manhatten, and well worth it.
Wow! FISH is a NYC Hidden Treasure! – This was an unexpected find on a pressured day. My friend and I managed to get a coveted window table and first took advantage of the oysters & wine special. What a treat! For the price, it can't be beat anywhere in Manhattan. Our main courses of grilled salmon and oysters wrapped in bacon were delicious. Desserts were fabulous. The inherent charm of the rustic decor and quality of food and service rate this 10 out of 10, and well worth the travel from midtown.
Try The Stone Crab – This Fish location is great for out-of-town guests because of its proximity to nightlife and shopping. Fish has its fish flown in daily and is very reasonably priced (especially for the West Village). My boyfriend lives for the cold stone crab and I like the southern-influenced dishes with sides like hush puppies, collard greens and bar-b-que shrimp n' grits with Vermont cheddar. After dinner, you can go west on Bleecker and up towards Meatpacking to discover shops open late night and quaint neighborhood bars. If you are looking for jazz, you can go East on Bleecker. Fish is a great restaurant at which to begin your evening out on the town.
@spudalta – @ spudalta...I was a server for many years and just so you know: WE AREN'T IN YOUR COUNTRY ANYMORE. you are supposed to tip appropriately based on where you are. SO ridiculous. Servers in NYC live in one of the most expensive cities in the world and they get paid NOTHING after taxes, so they rely solely on tips. Please don't go out to eat anymore.
On a good note: FIsh's food is fantastically fresh and flavorful seemingly without even trying. They let the flavor of the seafood shine without drowning it overpowering, overthought out sauces. Delicious!
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