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We managed to get a table for 6 by calling in on the day. The place was really busy and there was a good vibe. We ordered some starters to share - the chicken wings and calamari were amazing. We then ordered mains and I...More
My cousin and I were looking for seafood restaurants and found this place. I am so glad we chose this spot. I got the 1b of shrimp with the cajun blend seasoning and made it spicy. I also ordered potatoes and corn. It was really...More
arrived with no reservation, not a problem at all, seated promptly.
excellent crawfish and king crab combo - with lots of garlic butter. good sides as well, pity there was only 1 small corn on the cob and 1 small potato included in the 2...More
I was recommended to The Boil several years ago. Upon looking for a place to eat in NYC recently I remembered the name and looked it up on Trip Advisor. The place was busy and looked as though the patrons were having a blast. The...More
Visiting from Miami we decided to give The Boil a try because it was walking distance to our hotel. Chad our server and great bartender was friendly, courteous and knowledgeable in helping us make a decision with our order since it was our first time...More
I will NEVER EVER go to this place again. It’s way overpriced for the amount of crab clusters you get. You should at least have 3 clusters of crab legs paying that kind of money, especially for a combo. I ordered the snow crab and...More
I ordered barbeque sherps, the dish was a smaller than a lot of barbecue sauce, the fries were salty and spicy and I asked for it not to be spicy Overall it was bad even the price was not cheap, I do not recommend
Early dinner reservations for a party of six. It was hotter than Hades outside but the rule is that unless your party is complete you have to wait on the street. The place is a hole in the wall, not much space, but it was...More
Went there for my bday celebration. The food was okay, ridiculously priced tho. Piece of bread for 8$. That’s really bananas. They only take cash, that’s weird for me but I used their ATM. I was sitting down enjoying my cup of water. When my...More
Bursting with an amazing array of sights, sounds, and smells on every block, a visit to Chinatown feels like entering a different world. It’s a colorful spectacle that gets even more crowded on weekends, when families stream in to enjoy huge dim sum feasts and to stock up at the markets on Mott Street. To take a break from the buzz, grab something sweet from one of the many bakeries in the area and head to Columbus Park, where
many Chinatown residents exercise, play games, and chat the day away.