Row 1

210 Spring St (at 6th Ave.)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 274-0505
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: Noon–3:00 PM Fri: Noon–3:00 PM Sat: Noon–4:00 PM Sun: Noon–4:00 PM

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  • Freshest Oysters! Get the Blue Point, La St. Simon, Raspberry Point & Canoe Lagoon. The truffle crusted cod is also a must try. It's one of my favorite NYC restaurants
  • This place can be busy on Friday & Saturday nights. Try their Jalapeo Quencher cocktail while you wait to be seated. Perfectly sweet & spicy.
  • Go to Aquagrill and order one of every oyster.
  • Try chef and owner Jeremy Marshall's fascinating falafel-crusted salmon at this neighborhood favorite.
  • Freshest oysters in town, shucked with care.
  • This place is a seafood institution!!! The most varied oyster list in NYC... STELLAR SERVICE (I know- used to manage here)... A TRUE HIDDEN JEM!!!
  • 32 !!!
  • Best oysters in town!
  • Everyone who loves Lure Fishbar is wrong. Aquagrill is 5x better. Make sure to start with some oysters!
  • Good food, however, service sucks.
  • mango tart dessert is amazing see pic
  • Awesome spot!
  • Servizio pessimo! Dopo aver prenotato, ho aspettato 40 minuti vedendo altra gente che entrava.,sconsigliato!
  • Just walk in and grab a seat at the bar (else u need reservations). Plates are great, but I go there for the oysters -best selection in town. 2-3 doz at a time and some martinis to wash it down, mmmm
  • Perfect for a nice date night.
  • In a neighborhood of average-nice restaurants all trying desperately to be a cut above, this one actually is *that* good. Oysters and nightly specials are highly recommended.
  • Best oysters in town. Widest variety as well
  • Try their chocolate tasting desert! The best final touch ever!
  • The Manhattan clam chowder is brilliant - the essence of the clam juice is so pure, that clam screams right at you. - Jeffrey Saad, United Tastes of America
  • Have a glass of Cava at the bar, and with Katie Hall's suggestions on the oysters, it's sure to be a great afternoon!