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Review: Tides Lunch


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Review: Tides Lunch

Bekk | Oct 19, 2005 08:59 AM

So a few friends and I went to Tides for their lunch debut yesterday, since I'm a fan of their seafood, I was curious about their lunch. It was good, they only serve sandwiches. We had the Oyster BLT, Shrimp Po'Boy and of course the Lobster roll. They also had some apetizers and salad. All in all a very small lunch menu that was really quite removed from their dinner menu. There was no wait service but there was wireless. I'm biased because I like their food but it was nice. Sandwiches were between $8.00 and $12.00 but the lobster roll was still $24.00.(I like the dill better than the terragon)

The place looks completely different in the day time, it's not so romantic but still very cool. Overall I would recommend, "simple seafood sandwich lunch" (as Steven, the owner says).

Worth a shot if you're in the Lower East.

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