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Good seafood shack in Brooklyn?

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Stella Aug 2, 2006 07:29 PM

I miss the fried clam sandwich at Pier 116 terribly (though I'm glad at least that the space is being used by a restaurant as good as Taku), and the oyster po'boy at Blue Star was good while it lasted, but that too is gone.

Where in the borough can I go when that seafood-shack urge hits? Given the post below about Brooklyn Fish Camp, I'm not inclined to try it. Would prefer something in Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, Boerum Hill, or Park Slope.

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  1. pitu RE: Stella Aug 2, 2006 07:40 PM

    Bob Law on Vanderbilt, for the big ol' nasty delicious fried stuff, and Stone Park for perfect oysters in panko, for a high end app at the bar.

    Plus the cod sandwich at B'klyn Fish Camp is perfect...but I just finished posting about that below...

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      David B RE: Stella Aug 2, 2006 07:45 PM

      Crave on Henry and Carroll has a really great Shrimp Po' Boy that is about as good as it gets. Also try their Salt Cod Fritters - that was my favorite dish anywhere during Brooklyn Restaurant week - melt in your mouth delish.

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        Pupster RE: Stella Aug 2, 2006 08:00 PM

        Stan's Place on Atlantic, the New Orleans-themed place, has a number of seafood options including po'boys. I've only had brunch there but I wouldn't mind trying a po'boy if I were feeling the craving.

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