it was around the 90's on either 2nd or 3rd avenue? Have an on-going dispute about this.
please correct or vindicate me lol
Yes. Passed it recently (never in that neighborhood) and was STUNNED to see it still in existence!
I think the name was actually Cockeyed Clams (plural), part of a mini-chain. This thread may help a bit:
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