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Enjoy a Summer Dinner At These Seafood Restaurants Near Your Octagon Apartment

August 12, 2021

After a day soaking up the sun, sitting on the beach or relaxing poolside, nothing is more fitting than a seafood dinner with freshly-caught clams, oysters, lobsters and other fish favorites.

Here near Roosevelt Island which has a seemingly endless number of top-notch seafood restaurants, it’s easy to enjoy your favorite seafood dish without going too far from your Octagon apartment. Here are a few spots to get a bite.

Sea Fire Grill, located at 158 E 48th St Between 3rd and Lexington Ave, New York which is 16 minutes from your Octagon apartment, is an upmarket American seafood and raw bar destination with a swanky, spacious dining room and a fireplace.

The Sea Fire Grill offers locally-sourced, contemporary American seafood where consistency in execution and highlighting the fish itself is priority. It boasts a sleek and energetic bar, elegant dining rooms featuring a roaring fireplace and dark walnut wine racks throughout. It lends the perfect balance to refined cuisine, chic décor and impeccable service.

Oceana, located at 120 W 49th St, New York which is 16 minutes from your Octagon apartment, is a vast, elegant upscale restaurant featuring innovative American seafood and an extensive wine list.

A beloved New York City dining destination for nearly 30 years, Oceana is renowned for exceptional hospitality, an award-winning wine list and world-class cuisine from Executive Chefs Michael Aungst and Tim Jocz. It also has newly renovated dining rooms and a café. Additionally, now featured is a six-seat chef’s counter, where guests can enjoy a front row view of the bustle of the kitchen and have the opportunity to engage with the chefs.

Sea Fire Grill

158 E 48th St Between 3rd and Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10017

(212) 935-3785

Oceana

120 W 49th St, New York, NY 10020

(212) 759-5941

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