Seabird Restaurant
Casual Mediterranean-American fare
Seafood · West Village · $$
From the Mountain Bird team, this West Village option offers a raw bar and Med-American bistro cooking with a seafood twist, along with burgers and fries. Inside, rough brick walls and wooden bench seating lend a casual feel, brightened by blue-and-white nautical wallpaper.
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Chevron
Tuesday
3:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Wednesday
3:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Thursday
3:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Friday
11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
Saturday
11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
Sunday
11:30 AM - 10:00 PM
location 361 6th Avenue, New York, NY 10014, USA phone +1 212-414-9500 website seabirdny.com directions Get Directions
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4.2
(71)
Nice patio, convenient location. Service was among the worst I have ever seen. Multiple servers attended to us. Both servers mixed up all the items we ordered and took a long time to bring drinks even after multiple follow ups. Food is generally uninspiring. Lots of recycled menu options like tomato, corn and avocado mix will be a topping on multiple dishes.
Wade Guenther · May 5, 2018
Came here for drinks. We got two fishbowls of sangrias. Both of them were great but we liked the one with white wine more. I liked the fact that it didn't get very crowded on Friday night. Will come again!
Yoomi Jung · May 19, 2018
We were a group of five. It took forever to bring our starters. The. They brought food for 3 of us, and forgot the order for 2. One of those three was red snapper, it wasn’t even warm. 2 of got served after all others were finish with food. We had mussels, it was cold! Some of them even tasted frozen. The waitress didn’t ask if the food was ok or not, if we need anything, ... . So all and all the food quality really depends on what you order, one of us had salmon the other some quinoa salad with shrimp. These were good. Red snapper could have been good maybe, if it wasn’t cold. The mussels were disaster. And the service was the worst I’ve see in Europe or North America.
Mahnaz Hadizadeh · May 5, 2018