The well-appointed Seasins presents a hit list of Portugal’s culinary gifts for those who’ve never dared dip their toes in the bacalao-filled waters—consider it Portuguese dining for the cuisine’s uninitiated. The signature cod is front and center, prepared a myriad ways from fried to baked to minced and rolled into poppable fritters. There’s an entire section of the menu dedicated to the country’s most prized protein. You can’t miss it. The South of Fifth restaurant excels in the seafood department, serving up mixed stews and steamed mussels in a delectable house-made tomato sauce you’ll be crazy not to slurp once the shells are shucked. Vino verde and pasteis de nata, the other two staples of any Portuguese meal, exceed expectations.