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Mary’s Fish Camp

Restaurants, Seafood West Village
4 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Mary's Fish Camp
Mary's Fish Camp

Time Out says

Named after owner (and former Pearl Oyster Bar partner) Mary Redding, this tiny space has the fun, low-key feel of an informal coastal Florida seafood house, only without shrimp peelings on the floor. Whole fish, such as red snapper, daurade and tilapia, are simply prepared: Stuffed with fresh herbs, they’re cooked quickly at high heat to keep the flesh flavorful and moist. Lobster comes either grilled or in a roll. Join the crowd and have a tall, gooey hot-fudge sundae for dessert.



Address: 64 Charles St
New York
Cross street: at W 4th St
Transport: Subway: 1 to Christopher St–Sheridan Sq
Price: Average main course: $20. AmEx, MC, V
Opening hours: Mon–Sat noon–3pm, 6–11pm
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4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4 / 5

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Shocked in so many years to never have camped out here~ and I will. Loved the crab dip and bangkota. I'll devour more next time. Guinness cake with ginger ice cream?? Great tunes. Inventive fish list and amazing specials.

Pros: Well priced lobster roll good bar seating 

Cons: Wine selection, can be a long wait, known to run out of lobster rolls towards the end of the night 

Went here for a casual dinner. We got the lobster roll (amazing), seared tuna bowl (just okay) wine and beer. The wine selection was only okay. They says it is BYOB but it is a 40 dollar corkage fee and not the kind of place that is worth bringing a nice bottle of wine to justify the corkage fee price. 

The wait can get a bit lengthy if you do not get there right when it opens. We got there at 6:45 and only had about a 25 minutes wait. 

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