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About Sea Fire Grill
Offering seasonally focused, contemporary American seafood, where only the finest and freshest seafood is highlighted. Guests will be enchanted by the superb selection of raw bar favorites and delicious appetizers which include East & West Coast Oysters, Chilled Lobster, and expertly seasoned Yellowfin Tuna Tartare. Entrée selections are sure to delight, with succulent Alaskan King Crab Legs, elegant Herb Basted Black Bass and the menu wouldn't be complete without the addition of SFG's Surf & Turf - tender filet mignon and buttery steamed lobster.
New York, NY 10017
Seafood, American, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Daily: 4:00pm - 10:45pm
Lexington and Third
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
For all catering inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Allow The Sea Fire Grill’s expertise in cuisine and service to ensure your event is sophisticated, memorable, and flawless. Ideal for intimate dinners, corporate functions, or celebratory affairs, The Sea Fire Grill offers a myriad of dining spaces ideally suited for parties of varying sizes from 10 - 150. Chef’s offerings of seasonally focused prix-fixe menus and the sommelier selections of wines will certainly impress your guests.
The Board Room: With crystal lighting, walnut details, and gorgeous contemporary artwork, this private dining room exudes sophistication. With seating for up to 20 guests, The Board Room is ideal for exclusive business dinners or lively celebrations.
The Wine Cellar: Offering a behind the scenes tour of the heart of The Sea Fire Grill, the Wine Cellar is a hidden gem within the kitchen. Flanked by a floor to ceiling wine showcase this elite space is fully a/v equipped and seats up to 35 guests.
The Sea Fire Grill offers approachable contemporary American seafood where consistency in execution and highlighting the fish itself is priority. The restaurant focus is the clean and honest presentation of the highest quality locally sourced seafood.
Sea Fire Grill Ratings and Reviews
It was for the new year dinner! we need to wait 20 mins but they invited us to the bar where incredible cocktails were prepared. The ambient is cozi en the main room have a chimeney, the waiters are very kind , the service is outstanding for NY, efficient, quick always asking if you need something more, many waiters coming around.
The wine we asked for a Cunë was out of existency , we change to a White wine it was really good.
They gave us hats, , necklace and diademas for the new year, only I miss the down count! if someone could do it It will ne perfect.
The Rockefeller Oyster were delicious ! The chill lobster excelent (only al will put special mayo, or and aioli; not simple mayo and cátsup for a lobster) and a glass of champagne as courtesy
The best creme brulle ever!
Went there for the first time for New Year’s Eve. Really nice restaurant. Noise level can be high tables to close to each other the food really good the Lobster Mac and cheese to die for the tune very good my salmon was very salty and very dry. that was the only bad thing about the food The white fish sauce with the bread. Amazing. This restaurant can be good for business dinners. Birthdays. Special occasions Very fancy. Oooh and if u go there make sure you have money lol. The check can be pretty high
Sea Fire Grille is a solid standby. The food is a bit overpriced for what it is (particularly the appetizers), but overall service is stellar and the experience is well worth it. With that being said, it's probably best saved for special occassions. I highly recommend the tartare trio and the blackened Montauk swordfish! If you're looking for a solid side, go with the brussel sprouts with marcona almonds-- they're some of the best in the city. Skip over the beet or bibb salads-- they're small and not worth the money.
Went for lunch of Christmas Day. The restaurant is beautiful and the service is outstanding. Our appetizers were excellent. Main courses were overcooked (rare tuna was nearly well done) and dry. Salmon was almost tasteless. Side dishes were underwhelming. The cheesecake for dessert was quite good. Overall a mixed experience. Given the options in NYC, I probably wouldn't give it a second chance because it was the least satisfying holiday meal we enjoyed at the greatest expense.
Our family of four were there on Christmas Eve for the feast of the seven fishes. My husband wanted to order from the regular menu. Each dish that was brought out was flavorful and cooked to perfection. The sauce on the halibut was amazing. I actually caught my son licking his plate.....publicly in this fine restaurant. My eyes popped out and I brought it to his attention we were in public and he said " what, it's a compliment to the chef"!!
The restaurant was packed, but the servers were attentive and we never had to wait. The courses were spaced well so we did not feel rushed. It was a great dinner experience all four of us enjoyed our meal.
My wife and I were staying at the Lexington and the concierge recommended eating here. From the minute we walked in the service was superb. We’ve travelled all over the world and the sea Fire Grill is up their with the best of them. Made the trip over from Australia worthwhile!!!
The food was consistently excellent across each course. Wait staff was very attentive and relatively quiet ambiance with soft lighting. Overall a terrific evening and dining experience. Only constructive criticism - seating in center of restaurant great for two couples, but tables too close together for two unaffiliated parties of two. Also, temperature in diningroom was at least 75 degrees, which may have been influenced by the unseasonably warm outside (50 degree) temperature.
The food was excellent and fresh. We had the bass and the salmon. Really good. The veggies we're good too.. I have had better seafood, I am from an Island so that goes without saying, but they produce what they promise.
Kids had Mac and cheese and fries. The fries were great.
Service from the time you enter till you leave is good. The waiter could have taken it a bit easier, but overall no complaints.
I will not be rushing back but satisfied overall.
OMG! By far the best seafood in town. I highly recommend the lobster bisque to start. I had the grilled bass and hubby had halibut. Absolutely delish. The brussel sprouts were awesome! Our waiter, Lenny, was great! All staff was polite.
We will be back. Thank
Based on reviews we decided to try out the Sea Fire. What a wonderful find. The bar area was intimate. We sat waiting for our family while enjoying a drink and homemade potato chips. We were off to see a broadway show so had no time for appetizers. We had entrees which were all yummy. The service was outstanding; attentive without being disruptive. Very professional. The food is pricey but it’s New York. I look forward to going back again when we have more time to fully enjoy our meals.
Excellent food, great service, but management apparently prefers large, loud no-class groups spending the boss' Christmas money over maintaining an air of sophistication. Too bad as I'll bet those drunks won't be back because they can't afford to dine here on their own, and we won't be back even though we can.
The front staff at Sea Fire Grill was helpful, pleasant and accommodating. The waitstaff were pleasant and efficient (w/o rushing us!). Everyone enjoyed his/her meal (Salmon with black rice, Chateaubriand for two). The pear salad special was exceptionally good.
We arrived one minute late… They would not seat us… There were several parties we spoke to who had been waiting over 20 minutes… The place was packed… noisy...no place to stand...it was a mess...They had obviously overbooked... no apology…no one in charge... I have eaten here several times and enjoyed the food… After this experience I would never recommend this restaurant.
It may take a bit after your reservation to be seated, but once you are it is worth it! Just went here for my boyfriend's birthday and we are so glad we did! We ordered a bottle of sparkling rosé that was delicious. With your bread at the beginning of the meal, in addition to the typical olive oil and balsamic and butter, there is also a lovely whitefish spread. Highlights of the meal were definitely the oysters, the pan roasted scallops, and the truffle burrata. He loved the halibut he ordered and the creme brûlée was also delicious. Hoping to come back some time soon!
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