Catch

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Details
21 9th Ave (at W 13th St)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 392-5978
Seafood, Lounge
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sat: 6:00 PM–12:30 AM Sun: 5:30 PM–12:30 AM

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Foursquare Tips

  • The food is so good, you should ball tap the chef on the way out.
  • EMM Groups multi-level seafood restaurant is helmed by Top Chef winner Hung Hunyh. The menu will be New American, inspired by Asia and the Mediterranean.
  • Rude hostess
  • Melhor ang de farinha!!!
  • Omg the crispy shrimp. That is all.
  • Try the Catch roll..
  • Don't even THINK about having the lobster mac! It's all mine! Don't make me cut you! ;-)
  • Official hot spot. Trendy!! The food is on point. Try the crispy shrimp and mahi mahi taco appetizers. Superb! Also, don't ignore the lobster mash potatoes. Official! (Fyi: it's above Sephora)
  • Dont miss the glass-enclosed garden lounge on the third floor.
  • Gotta go with the Catch roll. Can't go wrong with much on the menu.
  • Catch is the love child of the dudes who brought you Tenjune and SL. It's a great place to grab drinks, AND they feed you.
  • The "catch" roll - very nice and well named. The peanut butter dessert is totally worth all the flavor temperatures!
  • One of our favorites for dinner downtown - get the MRC & Catch rolls, scallop dumplings, and the snapper with lobster mashed potatoes & truffle. Save room for dessert - the cookie bucket is UNREAL.
  • Great great food!!!! rude and annoying hostess and waitress. Need to change the staff!
  • Get anything with lobster and crispy whole snapper. Wow.
  • Crowded even on a Monday. Mrc roll, snapper, and white mussels delicious, crab spaghetti ok. Banana split good, three little cakes but vanilla was the best flavor.
  • The food is pretty amazing as well as their cocktails. Neptune drink for the ostentatious win as well as the rice cakes and the snapper. Desserts - save a lot of room.
  • estou aprendendo como usa o foursquare....
  • "It's diverting, though not delicious, and, like the over-all dining experience, feels dated". - Amelia Lester from the Sept. 3, 2012 issue. Read more: http://nyr.kr/NjxyGz
  • Strike buried-seafood treasure with the Crab-Stuffed Calamari. The tender squid encases a mingling of bright ocean, earthy legume and well-greased porcine flavors: