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75 Solid

Still a rollicking neighborhood spot with a lively bar scene and some inspired cooking.

210 Spring St., New York, NY, 10012


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The lowdown

Ever since we tasted chef-owner Jeremy Marshall’s inspired falafel-crusted salmon, the notion of a naked pink fillet has been tough to swallow. But despite the high level of cooking, an offbeat and well-priced wine list, and unexpected grace notes like a welcoming amuse-bouche and complementary petits fours, it’s still a rollicking neighborhood spot, where you can park yourself at the lively bar and watch the dexterous oyster shucker in action.

What you need to know

Recommended DishesOyster raw bar; seafood plateau; falafel-crusted salmon; seared diver scallops.

DrinksFull Bar

Noise LevelCivilized