Mary’s Fish Camp, West Village, NYC

///Mary’s Fish Camp, West Village, NYC

Mary’s Fish Camp, West Village, NYC

My friend said she wanted to try Mary’s Fish Camp in the West Village, so we met there recently. It only has a few tables, and some counter seating. So if you decide to try it,  go early as they don’t accept reservations.

I tried the red snapper pozole with fresh avocado, sprinkled with hominy ($28) and a side bowl of fresh jalapeños; my friend, the bouillabaisse ($32).  To that we added shoestring crispy fries ($8)  and honey, Siracha and lime Brussels sprouts  ($8) with a covering of crumbed bacon and crispy onions.

The sides were worth going there for; the main dishes — although nicely seasoned — were pricey for what was served. With a serving of Sauvignon Blanc in a small juice glass ($13) plus a non-alcoholic drink ($4) to accompany our food, this meal cost each of us $50 before tip. That said, I would still recommend Mary’s Fish Camp if you’re in the area and in the mood for seafood.

– bonnie
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Mary’s Fish Camp
64 Charles Street
New York, NY 10014
(646) 486 2185
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By | 2017-08-20T13:01:09+00:00 February 15th, 2017|NYC Restaurant Reviews|0 Comments

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