Grey Lady

Row 1

77 Delancey St (at Allen St)
New York, NY 10002
(646) 580-5239
Seafood, Bar, American
$ $
Mon: 4:00 PM–1:00 AM Tue–Thu: Noon–1:00 AM Fri–Sun: 11:00 AM–4:00 AM

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  • The Yellowfin Tuna burger is delicious. Spicy wasabi aioli FTW
  • The Lobster Roll was unbelievable... Don't eff around... Just order it and thank me later
  • Long on attitude, short on class. Not recommended.
  • New England-style raw bar. Seafood privately sourced from Maine. Fresh oysters. Expect live-edge Saxelby cheese boards. Potato-bunned cheeseburgers.Twelve taps and a grip of bottles.
  • Order a Painkiller from Chris or Terrence, tell them I sent you, and they'll give you extra cherries
  • Doormen on a power trip- don't go unless part of a party or want to stand outside for over an hour- not worth it
  • Pretty small portions. Plan for meal #2.
  • Billed as a Nantucket bar. It ain't. And it's kinda dirty. But selection of Cisco brews on tap is good.
  • The Wren but with better burger's and a few blocks south
  • Avoid from Thursday to Sunday.
  • One of the best oyster places in the city. The staff here clearly cares about their oyster program and takes pride in their selections. Excellent variety as well as small plates. Will be back asap.
  • Dreadful. Staff have a poor attitude, service was almost hostile. Would never go back.
  • Happy hour 5-7p, $1 oysters!!!!! So good.
  • This place is like, if Long Island made an actually classy/casual beach bar (opposed to the ones that attempt to imitate that) and then oh yeah, moved it to the LES.
  • The rum pig is a great island reminder of SWR Bars Goombay Smash!
  • Gorgeous natural light, average brunch. The egg sandwich wasn't bad.
  • Good cocktails like the south-side, very refreshing!
  • This LowerEast Side spot is home to authenticNantucketstyle food, $1 oyster happy hour, and a decor chicerthan every Montauk house you'll never be able to afford.
  • Oyster happy hour
  • Don't ever come here on a weekend night.