In emulation of the lobster pounds Down East, the modest bill of fare highlights the freshest seafood simply prepared, from the elemental Caesar salad with its pleasantly caustic dressing to the perfect clam chowder flavored with chives and smoked bacon to the lobster roll crammed full of meat. On a recent visit, the oyster roll was the best item, a mayo-smeared bun piled with 10 oysters so light they threatened to float up to the tin ceiling.
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It has been such a good year for eating in New York! Here, the Fork team looks back at some of the best things we ate in 2012, from rice porridge with uni in the West Village to dreamy cheese fries upstate. Share your best bites in ...