Ed's Chowder House
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44 W 63rd St (btwn Broadway and Columbus)
New York, NY 10023
- 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.