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Marea...on a Sunday?

skgchow | Dec 6, 201010:06 AM     2

I have a milestone birthday coming up this month, and it falls on a Sunday. We've made reservations at Marea for an early dinner that evening.

My question is: Do you think we'll suffer in terms of quality of the seafood if we dine on a Sunday? I categorically avoid ordering raw fish on a Sunday, and usually avoid ordering any seafood on Sundays. I expect that a restaurant the caliber and quality of Marea would serve only fresh product, even on a Sunday...but I just wanted to throw the question out there. We intend to order uni, and probably at least a crudo or two, in addition to antipasti and pasta.

Yes, I understand this problem can be solved by changing the date of our reservation. However, I'd really like to go there the actual date of my birthday. And, the week previous, we will be out of town (so not possible to switch reservation to earlier in the weekend). And with the holidays and work schedules, other weekends or even weekdays won't work for us this month.

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Marea
240 Central Park South, New York, NY 10019

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