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The seasonal outpost of the eatery will reopen on March 15.

Union Square »

Ruby the yellow lobster has moved to a permanent home on Long Island after being "pardoned."

Long Island City »

The new fish market will open Friday and focus on responsibly sourced seafood.  

Inwood »

Some dishes once served by NYC restaurants have vanished from menus. Others are no longer recognizable.

Park Slope »

The alleged thief shoplifted more than $400 in items from the Whole Foods Market in Gowanus.

Roxbury »

We have tips on where to sail, see whales and eat lobster.

Long Island City »

If you make lobster rolls or some other lobster dish, don't throw away those bodies and shells.

Chelsea »

Cull & Pistol will serve seafood specialties, along with fresh selections at a raw bar.

Rego Park »

A high-end dinner-to-go from London Lennie’s in Rego Park includes lobster for two. 

Cobble Hill »

Marco Polo chef and owner Marco Chirico shared the secrets of his signature gnocchi dish.

Upper West Side »

Luke's Lobster could offer three tables of outdoor seating by the end of the month.

Red Hook »

A new seafood shack is the first to offer waterfront views in Red Hook.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

The Lobster Place sold its last lobster at its 252 Bleecker St. location on Sunday, company president Ian MacGregor said Monday morning.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

The Maine Lobster Council recently told Zabar's to stop labeling a salad made out of crayfish as "lobster salad." Zabar's says it will call it "seafare salad" instead.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

From the outside, 805 Third Ave. is just a typical office building. But inside is a hidden lunchtime gem attracting attention largely by word of mouth.