At this Greenwich Village restaurant, mussels come in various international preparations ranging from Thai curry to Provençal to a bizarre New York option made with buffalo sauce and blue cheese. Dishes like crab sandwiches, fish and chips, and scallop ceviche round out the seafood-centric menu. The food is fine--not outstanding--but the tranquil back patio, complete with koi pond and waterfall, is certainly one of the city's top spots for al fresco dining.
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