Winter is coming and along with it scallop season. Try Ben Pollinger’s recipe for fried sea scallops.
Ben Pollinger, author of “School of Fish,” shares the best places to get seafood in New York City.
Try out this recipe for crab-stuffed roasted lobster from Ben Pollinger, author of “School of Fish.”
Police were searching Wednesday evening for a suspect who stole a semi-trailer truck with more than $1,000 worth of seafood in the Bronx.
For some, octopus might be an acquired taste, but, at its best, it’s a chewy, meaty treat. The restaurants below serve our five favorite versions of octopus in New York City.
The presence of a dangerous marine organism could eventually impact the fish that we eat for dinner.
Brooklyn’s popular Smorgasburg heads outside again this weekend on April 5. We’ve outlined some of the best food to eat here.
There is not shortage of romantic restaurants across the Hudson from NYC in Hoboken or Jersey City. So grab a date and wine and dine in New Jersey.
Get your fix, whether it’s lobster, crab, clam or oyster you crave. These are our favorite seafood sandwiches in the city, from lobster rolls to authentic NOLA po’ boys.
The beginning of summer marks soft shell crab season. Enjoy these delicacies stuffed in sandwiches or plated with seasonal veggies at these New York City restaurants – while they last.
Students from Connetquot High School’s “Clam Club” said they want safe and plentiful seafood. They joined their science teachers and marine biologists to seed and plant thousands of baby clams and oysters.
A fancy night out for filet mignon and lobster is a once in a while splurge, but Surf and Turf doesn’t have to be saved for special occasion. These New York City restaurants offer a spin on this traditional land-meets-sea plate to enjoy any time of the year.
There are plenty of things you should seek out during cold and flu season. The power of others, such as the hot toddy, are just mythical.
Researchers tested 142 samples of seafood from fish markets, sushi bars, restaurants and stores and found that 39 percent of the fish sold was mislabeled.
The roll was a top-sliced bun, about the size of a hot dog bun. While the roll was small, it was stuffed with lobster meat.