This past weekend a friend and i ended up at Elias after failed attempts to secure reservations at other more hip places in Astoria. Good thing. I have not been here in four years but they have not missed a beat. This place with large windows lets the light in. It has a strong neighborhood feel and is especially perfect if you are a group of 6 (six)or more. You will feel right at home. We started with the Octopus And Calamari. The octopus was very good and the calamari was okay. Here it is the whole fish that is the story. Served simply, the fish is the star not some fancy sauce. My Black Sea Bass was succulent. My amigo had the Monk fish and it was excellent. The story here is excellent seafood in a warm family ambience. It is not an out of the way place. Just a few blocks from the foot of the Robert F. Kennedy(Triborough) bridge and they have room for several cars in their own lot. Remember, you are just a short walk from A NYC Park that has an excellent example of an art deco pool that is open to the public. This is a beautiful area to walk around especially after a meal at Elias'. Check them out.
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