|Brooklyn Fish Camp|
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Review By: Thomas Rafael
There's something about Mary. Mary's Fish Camp that is. The Manhattan location has always been a dining destination for the freshest fish, and now its offspring, Brooklyn Fish Camp, is living up to that reputation. The restaurant in Park Slope has a similar set-up. You dine at th bar up front, or land a table inside. Better yet dine al fresco when the weather permits. Brooklyn Fish Camp has a great backyard with wooden picnic tables set up that are perfect for large groups. You can also catch a free movie.
Our meal began with some crispy calamari ($11) with lots of slices of hot jalapenos mixed in. Fried oysters and clams ($11) were plump and juicy, served with a homemade tartar sauce. If only the portions could be a bit larger. If you're really hungry better plan on doubling up.
Brooklyn Fish Camp, like Mary's, is also known for its Lobster Roll (M/P) which arrives with a side of shoestring french fries piled high. We didn't see Lobster Nuckles on the menu, but you may want to ask. It's a standard at Mary's and involves the part of the lobster legs most folks tend to ignore. The bits of lobster meat found inside are perfect for dipping in butter.
Neighborhood: Park Slope
Hours: Sunday-Thursday 12-3/5-10
Friday & Saturday 12-3/6-11
Entree Price: $20-25
Payment: Amex Visa Mastercard
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