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Seafood at Seamore’s NYC

Seafood at Seamore’s NYC

I finally had the opportunity to grab a meal with the lovely Minna after we met at a brunch organized by Minnie back in February. This was our first time meeting since then, and I had such a pleasant time catching up with her and enjoying some amazing fish tacos at the newly opened Seamore’s!

Seamore’s is the brainchild of Michael Chernow, the same guy who opened up The Meatball Shop in the Lowest East Side. The menu offers a range of items with various seafood as the stars such as sandwiches, tacos, and the “Reel Deal,” essentially a make-your-own bowl served with greens and your choice of seafood, sauce, and sides.

{The view from above.}

{The view from above.}

{Monkfish Reel Deal.}

{Monkfish Reel Deal.}

{Crispy Dogfish Tacos.}

{Crispy Dogfish Tacos.}

Since trying the crispy fish taco at Tacombi, I was hooked and on a mission to find more spots in the city that offered the same thing. The Crispy Dogfish Tacos here did not disappoint. The fish was perfectly crispy and delicious! I’m a “less is more” gal when it comes to my tacos, so I was also happy to see that the tortilla wasn’t covered to the edges with toppings. However, I do wish there was a little more bang for the buck. The crispy fish tacos come out to be $15, essentially $7 per taco.

I do want to try the surf and turf taco, as seen on their Instagram. Grilled shrimp and brisket? I’m all for it.

{Watermelon Agua Fresca // I think that was an Orange Lemonade?}

{Watermelon Agua Fresca // I think that was an Orange Lemonade?}

{Daily Landings wall where the catches of the day are indicated.}

{Daily Landings wall where the catches of the day are indicated.}

{Smile!}

{Smile!}

{Cute outdoor seating!}

{Cute outdoor seating!}

I’m a sucker for large open windows, cute interior, and a warm atmosphere. And paired with awesome company and conversations, I had an outstanding time. I am extremely grateful for the amazing girls that I’ve been meeting through Instagram as of late. I feel like people are always afraid of meeting the wrong kinds of people through the ~*Internet*~ but I’ve been fortunate enough to have met some of the most down to earth, friendly, and hilarious people through the app. The key is to have an open mind. If people are meeting potential husbands and wives through sites like Match.com and [okay, maybe not] Tinder, why can’t we befriend members of a community in which we have similar interests? Times are a-changing, and it’s time we get with them.

Seamore’s
390 Broome Street
New York, NY 10013

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