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A Sustainably Delicious Meal at Seamore’s

April 23, 2016

Seamore’s in Nolita commands a prime corner spot in the busy neighborhood.  With soaring windows that floods the popular spot, the casual eatery focused on sustainable seafood is best enjoyed in the warm days of summer when everything is flung open to the streets.  And now that the warm weather days have finally graced us with their presence, I can’t wait to grab a seat in Seamore’s bright and welcoming dining room for a bite and pretend that we have been transported to a seaside town far away.



Poke has been popping up everywhere in the city and there is a reason why it’s so popular especially in the summer.  Seamore’s version with tuna, avocado, ponzu and generous handful of scallions and peanuts is a particularly refreshing way to start the meal.



And yes, fried calamari might be considered but that doesn’t mean they aren’t delicious, especially when they are crispy and fresh, paired with a citrus aioli.


Offered with your choice of 5 sauces and three daily sides, the reel deal is always an enticing choice.  The firm yet tender tilefish simply grilled paired particularly well with the red curry sauce and a trio of heirloom tomatoes, string beans and kale salad rounded out the meal nicely.


Those searching for a beautiful fried fish taco can also get their fill at Seamore’s but don’t caste aside the vegetarian option.  The flavorful roasted mushroom taco was just an example of how a delicious vegetarian taco can satisfy even a staunch carnivore.


And the best way to round out the meal here at Seamore’s?  A trick question because there is only one option for dessert, soft-serve from Odd Fellows.  Luckily, soft-serve is almost always the best answer anyways!  Almond joy flavor during my last visit, in a cone or a cup.  Or both in our case with two spoons to share.


Seamore’s | 390 Broome Street, New York, NY 10013 |

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