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240 Central Park S (at 59th St & Broadway)
New York, NY 10019
United States
(map) (212) 582-5100
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To whet the appetite start of with some light bites, like the grilled baby green peppers with their mild spiciness and blistered skin, or the playful seaweed, shrimp and chickpea zeppoli.
Nick Solares
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  • "
    While there are very fine raw bars around town, few restaurants do crudi quite like Marea.

    Time Out
    85
  • "
    To whet the appetite start of with some light bites, like the grilled baby green peppers with their mild spiciness and blistered skin, or the playful seaweed, shrimp and chickpea zeppoli.

    Serious eats
    88
  • "
    The seafood entrées, when they finally appear, come in all sorts of baroque shapes and sizes. On my visits, I ordered the Dover sole from the trolley cart, and a vividly orange, spiky-finned John Dory, which had arrived via FedEx from Greece that morning.

    New York Magazine
    80
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    While Marea is a seafood restaurant, it is not one that seeks to place a divide between that which swims and that which walks. It is perhaps more accurate to call it a restaurant inspired by seafood — but by no means in thrall to it.

    New York Times
    85