Magazine July 30, 2012, Issue

Zagat’s New York Restaurant Guide

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The fish is “as fresh as you’ll find it anywhere,” and the New England clam chowder is as creamy as possible under NYC Health and Safety regulations on dairy use per portion. The oyster crackers have been replaced by low-carb repurposed packing materials, and they are no longer available by the dozen, but the old style of the place is “intact and better than ever.” Tuck into a variety of sustainable low-sodium fish products — many served with a zesty lemon wedge for added flavor — and enjoy the simple, unadorned low-fat charm of fish steamed

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