You’ll find an impressive collection of fish packed into the ice bar at this stylish Hellenic haunt. Fruits of the sea include all manner of Mediterranean species (sargo, pageot and loup de mer), along with a range of tentacled delights. The preparation is classic Greek—all creatures are grilled, with olive oil, herbs, lemon and capers.
Mediterranean cuisine covers a whole lot of coast, spanning the south of Europe and the North of Africa—the best Mediterranean restaurants in NYCreflect the range, from pasta-focused Italian restaurants to seafood-slinging Greek restaurants to a hummus purveyor inside one of the city’s most beloved food courts. If you’re craving Israeli shakshuka, Greek baklava or Neapolitan pizza, check out the best Mediterranean restaurants NYC has to offer.
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