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The Bounty

Restaurants, Contemporary American Greenpoint
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Photograph: Krista SchlueterOysters, mussels and clams at the Bounty
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With Achilles Heel, Alameda and River Styx, the North Greenpoint waterfront has become a mini dining hub, and you can add this nautical seafood den from the Drink team to the growing list. Chef Eric Mann (Prune, Craft) focuses on sustainable fish, sourced from wild-caught schools in the Northeast: Enjoy East Coast oysters and littlenecks at the raw bar, as well as grilled dorade with shaved fennel, mussels in escabeche and house-made fettuccine with clams. Roberta's vet Kevin Ang pulls double duty, overseeing the beverage program and the bread ovens (producing burger rolls, crackers for cheese plates and crostini bread). At the green marble bar, sip classic cocktails, such as a Hemingway daiquiri, a dark and stormy, or a Tom Collins. Bolstering the maritime theme—the restaurant name refers to the ship of the famous 18th-century mutiny—an 80-foot-long ship's sail is draped across the ceiling and old whiskey barrels serve as tables, while LED lights and floors made of recycled rubber tires reflect the spot's eco-friendly ethos. 



Address: 131 Greenpoint Ave
Cross street: between Franklin St and Manhattan Ave
Transport: Subway: G to Greenpoint Ave
Price: Average entrée: $18. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
Opening hours: Tue–Sun 5pm–2am
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