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Fly Fish is a saltwater rebranding of the short-lived barbecue restaurant Whiskey Sunday. While the Eastern Seaboard–themed spot lies steps from the park in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, it resembles a bait and tackle shop, bathed in nautical blue and accented by distressed buoys, scuffed floors, and sailor's knots. All that's missing is the barnacles and a regional twang. The galley has the most success, with lighter dishes on the seafood shortlist, like chilled half-lobster and oysters. An impressively moist, peppery crab burger also stands out. Po' Boys and potato-bread pork sliders are average, though a sweet house barbecue sauce perks up the meat for the latter. For a place that inspires downing pints, finger foods are lackluster and sides run dry and uninspired; hush puppies come fried beyond recognition and coleslaw is stiff and under-seasoned.
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