Blue Water Grill

31 Union Square West at 16th Street New YorkNY10003
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Our modern American seafood menu from Chef Meenan focuses on innovative, market fresh items which are responsibly sourced and sure to please.
by yellowise on March 08, 2018 from yellowise


What to Drink:
The wine list is long and pricey, and servers may have trouble recommending one of the few bottles in the $40s. That said, a bump up to a $58 bottle of Dobbes Grand Assemblage Cuvee yields a stellar, light bodied red that pairs well with both fish and meats.
by Citysearch on April 01, 2010 from Citysearch
Know Before You Go:
Despite an otherwise well-run front of house, half hour waits can accompany reservations.
by Citysearch on April 01, 2010 from Citysearch

Member Reviews

great sushi and wine:
great place for sushi and wine. the servers were helpful in picking out what to order. outside seating is great for people watching
by nicole on June 20, 2008

Editorial Reviews

Blue Water Grill Restaurant Review:
Blue Water Grill is located in a former bank building in Union Square. The kitchen crafts an almost exclusive seafood menu. Lobster claws its way into bisque. Or order it live and then bid it 'adieu' for a grilled, broiled or steamed send off. The mollusk is even lobbed between brioche slices at lunch. Offerings at the raw bar beckon, too. Before or after you get to all of this, be it at the...
by gayot on October 05, 2016 from gayot
This "time-tested" Union Square "oasis" is still "holding strong" after a revamp, with a market menu of "first-rate seafood" served by "engaging" staffers in an "impressive" former bank with "marble all around" and a "wonderful" side terrace; it runs "a bit expensive", but the "energetic" regulars say it "never fails" "for business or pleasure."
by zagat on July 23, 2013 from zagat
This now-classic seafood palace sails on victoriously with its ocean-traveling menu.:
This Union Square classic is such a well-oiled machine, it can feel a little like dining on an cruise ship, albeit an elegant one. Located in a former bank, the three-floor, heavily marbled space...
by by Justin Hartung at Citysearch on February 19, 2008 from Citysearch

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by Citysearch on February 10, 2018 from Citysearch