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Seafood Restaurant$$
Today 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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288 3rd Ave Brooklyn, NY 11215
288 3rd AvenueUSNew York11215
$$Seafood Restaurant, Wine Bar
Seafood Restaurant
Wine Bar
Food Store
Today 5:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday ClosedWednesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:00 – 11:00 pmFriday 5:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
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Lobster rolls, a raw bar & other shore classics attract seafood lovers to this rustic clam shack.- Google
"Also, I cannot justify $18 for a lobster roll...I don't care how good it is."
"Clams not fresh and not cleaned properly."
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Jerry Zajac
5 months ago
The oysters and the drinks were good but the reason i gave it 2 stars was the service! . The place was light with ppl and it took forever for them to come around to ask for a 2nd drink to getting your check. Should have went to BK crab.
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Tommy Wallach
a year ago
I ordered the roast beet sandwich, and it's like nobody ever even tried the thing before they put it on the menu. It's an open faced sourdough baguette, piled high with beets and a bit of arugula. There's literally no actual way to eat it. You can't cut sourdough bread with a butter knife, but the second you try to lift the thing, it just spills out everywhere. It was, no joke, the dumbest single meal item I've been served in my entire life. Boo. (Guy working there was a total champ and remade it in a bowl, but still...)
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D Cast
3 months ago
Service was slow but food was excellent
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Heather Cross
2 years ago
I want to like this place more than I do. They have a decent happy hour ($1 oysters (shuckers choice) and $5 drafts), but wine is pricey. Unfortunately, the oysters weren't shucked terribly well -- lots of bits of shell. Burger, pie and salad were fine, but nothing really got me excited. The best thing about the place is the decor, it feels like you're really at the beach.
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Don Stugots
10 months ago
Great beer selection. I was very happy with my options here. Boardwalk fries are the best fries and theirs are so good that I had two orders. The decor is cool and eclectic. The service left much to be desired.
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Duane Roggendorff
a year ago
Always delicious, Littleneck serves a hearty meal no matter what you order. Brunch is great with everything from the egg sandwich to the fried chicken and waffle on point. Tasty cocktails, too. Only been twice for dinner, but was equally impressed. Out of the way and thus less annoying than it would be for this level of food anywhere else. Littleneck rules!
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Traci Cappiello
a year ago
I visited Littleneck using Brokelyn's Beer Book with two friends. Visiting during their awkward time between brunch and dinner, we only ordered two sets fries to supplement our beer at the bar since the four other available food items were seafood. The service was decent and decor was nice. Lobster rolls will run you $18 but if you want a cheaper snack, the fries are amazing!
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Jocelyn Borgner
a year ago
decent enough bar, and good service, but if you're only going to come in for a couple of beers and and order of fries, expect some attitude from the bartender. also, I cannot justify $18 for a lobster roll...I don't care how good it is.


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