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Breezy Seamore’s Cruises Into Chelsea With Seafood And Rum Bar

The beachy Nolita restaurant opens its second outpost

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Restaurateur Michael Chernow’s stylish Nolita seafood restaurant Seamore’s has extended its signature summer whites to Chelsea.

A new 70-seat location of the restaurant opened at 161 8th Avenue this week, serving a similar menu of seafood, fish tacos, and salads. Christopher Cryer, executive chef at the downtown location, created the menu here, too, adding several new items like a hard shell poke taco with passion fruit and quinoa puffs, a fish burger with jalapeno mayo, and a Nicoise salad. Seamore’s Chelsea will also have a vegan coconut and pink lemonade soft serve ice cream made by OddFellows.

Later on, look for a rum bar in the lower level called Fishbone, which will open in a few weeks with rum cocktails, a selection of indie rums, rum flights, and a frozen rum drink.

The Nolita location of Seamore’s opened in June 2015 and has largely been well-received, particularly by the Instagram and fashion set. Chernow also co-owns the perpetually busy local meatball and pasta chain The Meatball Shop.

Check out the full menu for the new Seamore’s below, and let us know what you think if you stop by:

Seamore's [Chelsea]

161 8th Ave, New York, NY 10011

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