Ed's Chowder House

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44 W 63rd St (btwn Broadway and Columbus)
New York, NY 10023
(212) 956-1288


  • For sea-shack favorites all year long, head on over to Ed Brown's eponymous eatery where lobster rolls are sinfully delicious and a potato chip-crusted cod tastes of summer and the beach.
  • Try the Tuna Steak Frites
  • Upscale chowder house thats perfect for a pre/post theater meal or a special occasion. Try a specialty cocktail (Silver Sidecar) and Eds Loaded Shellfish Chowder.
  • food was great but I will never go back...some of the worst service I've had in a restaurant ever!
  • Ignore the name of this seafood restaurant and go straight for oysters and a glass of Grner Veltliner.
  • The scallops are superb.
  • Free dessert!
  • Nice wine list and interesting cocktail list.
  • Try the mussels, they're so very good but watch out: spicy means very spicy! Even so, you wont be able to stop!
  • Cory the bartender is the best!!
  • Manhattan Crab Chowder is da bomb!
  • Lobster and creme fraiche omelette?? Ooooohyes.
  • Their chowder is better the Grand Central Oyster Bar. Tasty tasty sherry in the background and rich flavor of clam and bacon up front.
  • East Coast Happy Hour @ Eds Chowder House: Stop in the Chowder Bar 4-6pm, Monday-Thursday and feast on $2 Blue Island Oysters, $4 baskets of Fried Clams, $7 Land Shark Lagers, $7 Pineapple Mojitos
  • The Manhattan-style blue crab chowder is gluten-free & delicious! #gf
  • Avoid this place. Bad service. Bad food.
  • Fantastic oysters!
  • Love the New England clam chowder. Delicious oysters only $1.50 each for Happy Hour all summer.
  • Restaurant week lunches are a steal. We got calamari, cod sandwich, and banana cream pie for $25
  • Loved the skirt steak with fries, so flavorful! Also enjoyed the clam chowder. Their complementary bread is homemade. Their staff is also quick, kind, and provide excellent service.

Nearby places

70 Lincoln Center Plz (at Columbus Ave)
44 W 63rd St (btwn Broadway & Columbus Ave)
70 Lincoln Center Plz (btwn Columbus & 10th Ave)