The Low Down
Know Before You Go: The restaurant doesn't take reservations and lines are often long, so patience is a virtue you'll need during the busiest times.
What to Drink: A short list of very affordable wines is available, as well as three draft beers: Guinness and a rotating pilsner and amber.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
When this diminutive homage to seafood first opened, there was but one table and 20 or so seats at the cheery marble dining bar. Overwhelmingly popular, it has since expanded into the storefront next door. For those who crave an excursionâ¦
Best Lobster Roll
By InThe Road at Citysearch
Being here few times for dinner and becoming a fan of this restaurant...Sometimes it's too crowed that you have to wait on line to get a table, but... Read More
By Tbonedelux at Citysearch
Being a huge fan of the Lobster roll... the search is always on in NYC to get a taste of summer. After being strongly recommended by fans, we deci... Read More
Lunch service very friendly, and oysters were...
By parkhyein at Menuism
Lunch service very friendly, and oysters were great. The lobster roll, while huge and delicious, was $27 --... Read More
Best Fish in NYC and a Bargain
By caylowenstein at Citysearch
I don't know what restaurant the previous reviewer went to but it wasn't Pearl Oyster Bar--they don't have any MEAT! LOL! Idiots! Pearl is far and ... Read More
By kendrickbreeden at Citysearch
I give this place 3.5 stars..\r Although the ambience, the service and the decor was great, the food actually was a bit of a letdown.. not that it... Read More