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Ahoy Matey! Walk the Plank at this New England-style Seafood Joint Followed by an Old-School Dock Worker Bar

  • Drinks
  • Food

If you’re craving true New England seaside seafood, then the Lobster Joint has you covered. You can nearly smell the salty ocean breeze in this cozy indoor/outdoor restaurant specializing in everything from lobster grilled cheeses (a combo sandwich you never knew you needed) to their tomato-based fish stew (with pollock, mahi, and wine). While a lot of the options here are fairly traditional (see: baja fish tacos, crab cake sandwiches, and a choice between New England or Connecticut lobster rolls), the atmosphere is its defining feature. Nautical decor is on full blast with ship wheels, anchors, and wooden lobster traps. The vibe extends all the way to the beachy patio with weathered blue tables, antique lanterns, and a framed painting of a ship out at sea.

After dinner, keep with the nautical theme by taking a stroll over to Achilles Heel—a low-key but sophisticated bar fashioned after vintage dock-worker bars from the early 1900s. With a vintage weathered look that reaches its tin ceiling and vertical shiplap walls, you’ll feel completely transported. That said, the winning touch is their craft cocktail list, including standout options like the mezcal-based Public Beach (with lime, sherry, and maraschino) and the rye-based Old Flame (with blood orange amara, vermouth rojo, and nutmeg).

Lobster Joint

1073 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn

Achilles Heel

180 West Street, Brooklyn

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