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seaside dining

Oddly, Mention1, someone recently revived this thread from last July. So it wasn't that I asked the question again. I went to Rachel's Waterside Grill. You can see my review here http://www.yelp.com/user_details?user...

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Rachel's Waterside Grill
281 Woodcleft Ave, Freeport, NY 11520

Mar 14, 2011
liagd in New York State (exc. NYC)

seaside dining

I have been ordered to take myself out to dinner. Apparently I don't do enough nice things for myself. I'm thinking seafood and I'm thinking, to make it a real treat, some place where I can sit on the water. I would love a place that's got more than the usual classic boiled/broiled seafood side of fries fare. Perhaps a place like Lure but on the water, Brooklyn or Long Island maybe. Accessible by public transportation (MTA/LIRR/ some sort of ferry if need be) Suggestions? (I've heard about the Nautical Mile in Freeport might be good. Many restaurants but all seem in that boil/broil/fries realm. Please alert me if I'm wrong)

Jul 02, 2010
liagd in New York State (exc. NYC)

seaside dining

I have been ordered to take myself out to dinner. Apparently I don't do enough nice things for myself. I'm thinking seafood and I'm thinking, to make it a real treat, some place where I can sit on the water. I would love a place that's got more than the usual classic boiled/broiled seafood side of fries fare. Perhaps a place like Lure but on the water, Brooklyn or Long Island maybe. Accessible by public transportation (MTA/LIRR/ some sort of ferry if need be) Suggestions? (I've heard about the Nautical Mile in Freeport might be good. Many restaurants but all seem in that boil/broil/fries realm. Please alert me if I'm wrong)

Jul 02, 2010
liagd in Manhattan