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Atlantic Seafood is Really Harbor Kitchen


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Atlantic Seafood is Really Harbor Kitchen

Chandavkl | Jul 2, 2012 03:02 PM

Thanks to yay4food for the heads up on the opening of Atlantic Seafood upstairs from the gym in Atlantic Times Square. I arrived at 10am expecting a mob scene like the one I remember when Top Island first opened up a few years ago (yes, that Top Island), but the crowd was surprisingly tame and there were open tables. Dim sum is primarily cart service with extras being carried on trays. Had a half dozen items, all decently good but not overwhelming either. Best items were the pumpkin filled green tea balls and the Hong Kong taro buns. While I was there this guy seemed to wave to me a couple of times. Though he was dressed in a baseball cap and a short sleeve shirt he was part of the restaurant landscape and I figured he was one of those semi-recognizable faces from some other restaurant. When I went to pay he came up to me and said "We're here now!" I still didn't make the connection so I had to ask him where he used to be. That's when he said that Atlantic Seafood was the successor to Harbor Kitchen, and that he had recognized me as one of his Harbor Kitchen customers. Street address is 500 N. Atlantic Bl., #200.

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