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Sea Food

  1. Marketing Gimmicks
    Japanese Chain of ‘Fishing Restaurants’ Finally Planning to Open in“We ask our patrons not to wave the fishing rods around. Just use a gentle dipping motion to snag the fish.”
  2. Sustainability
    How NYC’s Leading Chefs Plan to Turn Overlooked Local Fish Into SeafoodChefs like Dan Barber, Mario Batali, and April Bloomfield want people to treasure sustainable seafood the same way they value local, seasonal produce.
  3. Sea Food
    Thomas Keller Will Launch His Newest Restaurant on a Cruise ShipPer Sea?
  4. Little Fish
    The World’s Best Chefs Will Serve Bait Fish to Help Save the OceanRené Redzepi, Grant Achatz, Daniel Humm, and others will serve things like haute anchovies and sardines to celebrate World Oceans Day.
  5. Coming Soon
    Michael Chernow’s Seafood RestaurantIt’s called Seamore’s, and it’ll serve under-utilized, local cuts of fish.
  6. New York Cooking
    The New Guard of Grocers: 44 Specialty Food Shops That You Need to KnowButchers, bakers, pickle-makers, and spice merchants.
  7. Openings
    What to Eat at Greenpoint Fish & Lobster, Now Open on Nassau AvenueTacos, curry mussels, and, duh, lobster rolls.
  8. Grub Guides
    Crudo, Ceviche, and More: The New Wave of Raw Seafood in New YorkThis sushi-mad city has a newfound fascination with alternative fish dishes.
  9. Let’s Do Lunch
    Fishing With Dynamite Now Open Seven Days A Week For LunchPotential lunch break dishes include Albacore tartare and Maryland blue crab cakes.
  10. Seafood
    Sea Salt Fish Grill Opening Monday In Santa MonicaFish tacos and grilled filets will bulk up the city’s growing seafood scene.
  11. Openings
    What To Eat at David LeFevre’s Fishing with Dynamite, Opening Tonight inThe chef’s latest exploration of seafood spans time, region, and memory.
  12. Empire Building
    Killer Shrimp Invading Santa BarbaraOwners explain the name, but still won’t let loose with the secret recipe.
  13. Openings
    What To Expect at David LeFevre’s Fishing With Dynamite, Opening Later ThisDavid LeFevre’s sister restaurant to MB Post features a raw bar and sections for “old school,” “new school,” and “no school” seafood dishes.
  14. Sing a Song of Sang
    Sang Yoon Takes a Stand For AnchoviesThe chef likens them to “the sixth man coming off the bench. Not a star player, but critical to the success of many dishes.”
  15. Let’s Do Brunch
    Brunch Begins This Saturday at littlefork, Check Out The MenuJason Travi’s new menu features a morning burger served on pancakes, Bloody Larrys, and even more uses for maple syrup.
  16. Puck Tales
    Malibu’s Most Wanted: Wolfgang Puck Rekindles Rumors About BeachsideThe chef confirms he would like to focus on “very simple” seafood.
  17. Coming Soon
    Delta Pride Fish Co. Bringing Southern Seafood to Howard Hughes CenterL.A.’s current trends of Southern cuisine and regional seafood are coming together in a casual environment.
  18. Seafood
    Your Fish Is Not Who You Think He IsSushi lies.
  19. Empire Building
    David LeFevre Plans New Manhattan Beach RestaurantThe seafood restaurant is going to be called “Fishing With Dynamite.”
  20. Empire Building
    David Reiss Opening Little Fork in Hollywood, Seafood-Driven Abbot KinneyDaniels was formerly the executive sous at Manhattan’s Perry Street.
  21. Chef Shuffle
    Ralic’s on South Appoints John Anninos as Its ChefThe chef describes himself as a “fishing fanatic,” spent two years working as a commercial fisherman.
  22. Openings
    Now Open: Rhino Bar, Serving Gastropub-y Fare ’Til Wee Hours in theThe final piece to the 13th and Locust puzzle was set into place yesterday.
  23. Something’s Fishy
    Major Grocery Chains Caught Red-Handed Mislabeling Red SnapperThose tricky dicks at even Ralph’s try to defend their practices.
  24. Openings
    SQIRL Cafe Teases Eastsiders with Phallic ClamsExotic seafood found at newly opened SQIRL Cafe
  25. Openings
    What to Eat at Prime at the Bentley, Serving Kosher Steaks and Sushi 21 StoriesThe pop-up is expected to stay open for the next three or four months.
  26. Openings
    Cousins Maine Lobster Opens Brick-and-Mortar, Friday in Old Town PasadenaThe business flies Maine lobster into L.A. daily for lobster rolls and split, skewered tail.
  27. Reopenings
    Seafood Unlimited Is Back With Larger Bar and Dining RoomWith the renovations comes changes to the menu.
  28. Openings
    See the Menu for Bait & Hook, Bringing Seafood of All Sorts to 14th Street TodayAhoy, more lobster rolls.
  29. Foodievents
    Three Seafood Suppers to Ring in Summer’s End [Updated]As the season winds down, stop crying and go eat some crab.
  30. Neighborhood Watch
    A Paradise Fit for QueensIn Jamaica Bay, the seafood is cheap and the living is easy.
  31. Trend Alert
    Just Call It the Lower East SlurpWhat the heck is up with all these LES seafood joints?
  32. Look What We Found
    Mitsuwa Spawns a Fish Hot DogAnd it’s surprisingly not bad.
  33. Fish Stories
    Study Says Barnegat Bay Is In Bad ShapeThough the threats are real, NJ’s Governor Chris Christie doesn’t take them seriously.
  34. Openings
    Down East Sails Into the LES This WeekendGrey Lady is opening a takeout seafood shop.
  35. To Catch a Fish Thief
    Sushi Stealer on the Loose in QueensThis particular “Pink Piranha” is still at large.
  36. What to Eat
    What to Eat at Crave Fishbar, Bringing Todd Mitgang’s Seafood Back toSee the Asian-leaning seafood menu.
  37. Openings
    Crave Fishbar Brings Todd Mitgang’s Crave-able Cooking Back to MidtownHis original, Crave Ceviche Bar, was destroyed in that 2008 crane accident.
  38. Fishy
    Community-Supported Fishery Village Fishmonger Launching SoonWe smell a trend.
  39. Openings
    Lake Trout to Open Next Week in WilliamsburgDelicious “crappy food” from a former Fette Sau pit-master.
  40. Openings
    First Look at Extra Fancy, Bringing More Seafood and Cocktails to WilliamsburgA highbrow-lowbrow seafood joint from Employees Only and Macao veterans.
  41. Empire Building
    Sherry Scopes Progress at Connie & Ted’sMichael Cimarusti is currently reviewing bids for the build-out.
  42. Something’s Fishy
    L.A. County to Target Fraudulent Seafood IssueAfter findings that over half of L.A.’s seafood is being mislabeled, the health department swoops in with a solution.
  43. Health Concerns
    FDA Targets Two California Seafood Producers Over Toxic FindsWith salmonella recalls, rampant mislabeling, and toxic discoveries, it’s been really a bad week for seafood lovers.
  44. Menus
    Chaya Serves Eight Courses of Wild Alaskan SeafoodDishes include a tart with uni and Alaskan King crab.
  45. Seafood
    That Dover Sole L.A.’s Buying is Probably Just Sutchi CatfishOver half of local seafood samples were found mislabeled in Los Angeles.
  46. Mediavore
    FDA Rejects Ban on BPA; Fast Food Linked to DepressionDo we need to start calling them “unhappy meals?”
  47. Divine Providence
    Cimarusti Previews Dishes From Upcoming Connie & Ted’sThe chef plans to make the kind of easy seafood recipes he ate growing up in Rhode Island.
  48. Reopenings
    Water Grill Unveils Refreshed Space Today, Opens Tomorrow Evening withThe addition of T.V. sets at the bar kind of makes us want to spit out our craft brew.
  49. Temporary Closings
    Water Grill Closing for a Month to Expand Menu, Dining Room, and KitchenStill, one wonders if the months-long chef search is a factor here.
  50. What to Eat
    Half-Shell Happenings: Live Scallops Today at Eataly and Minetta TavernWidow’s Hole is making a special delivery of the hard-to-get live mollusks.
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