DINING DIARY | SEAMORE'S / by Brackett Bilodeau

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Image courtesy of ny.eater.com

Nolita meets Montauk in Meatball Shop co-founder Michael Chernow’s latest seafaring venture, a 70-seat summery space serving up coastal favorites in a simple, no-frills format. Seamore’s caters to the health-conscious foodie in all of us with its fresh, approachable fare and seasonally sensible menu, highlighting the underdogs of local fish markets and emphasizing sustainable practices with Executive Chef Gregg Drusinsky at the helm.

With a team of environmental and ethical partners and suppliers, Seamore’s has made its mark on the New York dining scene since its opening just one month ago. Go all in with the “Reel Deal” -- the menu’s main event for those with a serious appetite -- featuring the catch of the day served over a bed of greens with a selection of three sides along with a choice between the house sauces, available in inventive varieties from harissa cashew to miso brown butter and coconut cumin. Salads, fish tacos, sandwiches, and hearty sides complete the menu roundup, making for a perfectly balanced selection for any palate. Contact your Attaché for details and more menu picks.

390 Broome Street at Mulberry Street