This Washington Heights bar and restaurant serves primarily seafood influenced by the cuisine of the Mediterranean. Start with some wine, either by the glass or the bottle. Then, order the East Coast oysters ($2.50 each) or chilled Maine lobster ($18) from the raw bar. Other appetizers include a grilled watermelon salad with arugula and ricotta ($8), baked clams with garlic, chili and lemon ($14) and harissa-glazed pork belly with charred fennel and green apple ($9). For the main course, choose between entrees like tagliatelle with scallops, roasted tomatoes and olives ($16), wood-grilled branzino fillet with romesco sauce ($14) and surf and turf with flatiron steak, scallops, prawns, mussels and potato puree ($28). And don’t forget to save room for desserts like guava cheesecake with ginger streusel, strawberry gelée and coconut snow ($7) and honey–olive oil cake with pistachio mousse and apricot-lavender coulis ($7).
Wahi Oyster Bar first opened its doors in 2016 at 4484 Broadway in NYC. While it's located in front of The Arka Room, Wahi is its own space complete with a trendy atmosphere, excellent food, and top-notch service.
Imagine a comfortable dining area complete with industrial textures and exclusive tables being served elegant seafood dishes by the chef himself. This is what you'll find at Wahi Oyster Bar. Located in front of The Arka Room, our oyster bar offers guests a unique and charming dining experience. With a menu featuring dishes created from fresh, natural ingredients and an extensive wine list, your toughest decision will be choosing what to order. Maybe you're feeling a little adventurous and want to try something new -- our mixologists are happy to help with some cocktail experimenting. So, grab your friends and wear your finest for a night out in the neighborhood.
|Venue name:||Wahi Oyster Bar & Restaurant||Contact:|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Weds: noon-11pm; Thurs-Sun: noon-1am|
|Transport:||Subway: 1 to W190st, A to 190th & Bennet|
|Price:||$30 and under|
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