British seafood restaurant Dame opens to large crowds in Greenwich Village

June 2, 2021, 11:07.15 pm ET  

 British seafood spot Dame opens to large crowds in the Village
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Several New York City restaurants have emerged stronger after the pandemic. Dame, owned by Patricia Howard and Ed Szymanski, is one one of them. Started as a pop-up inside Round K, Dame went on to open a provisions shop on MacDougal Street back in January selling fish & chips on the weekends and a nice selection of wines. Fast forward to June, and Dame has emerged as a full-fledged restaurant in the heart of Greenwich Village with indoor and outdoor seating. The outdoors is decked out with colorful flowers and cafe style seating.

The menu is just as colorful with grilled oysters in a starring role with green chartreuse butter. There are blowfish tails fresh off the grill served with mint and capers, and smoked whitefish croquettes to start. Dig deeper and you will find fried soft shell crabs with tarragon aioli, and grilled razor clams with bone marrow & white asparagus. The fish & chips are still here, along with a warm lobster tart with morels & green garlic. A rhubarb & elderflower custard tart can be found among the deserts. From the looks of it, Dame is off to a damn good start.

Dame is located at 87 MacDougal Street, New York, NY ‪(929) 367-7370‬

Fore more information visit damenewyork.com

 

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