Monday - Sunday 12pm - 4pm
Monday - Thursday 4pm - 11pm
Friday & Saturday 4pm - 12am
Sunday 4pm - 10pm
Valiant Parking: Leroy & Greenwich
Central Parking: 7th Avenue & Morton
What Insiders Are Saying
The Clam in the West Village is (you guessed it) a seafood restaurant that's a safe bet for most occassions.
Really enjoyed the restuarant. Great food, service, great vibe. Would recommend. (a little noisy)
The clam pizza was unreal! We got a little bit of everything and it was all easy to share. Casual environment that would be good for friends, a date or family visiting!
It was not a very good night for them. The air conditioning was on the fritz and servers seemed a bit overwhelmed.
The bartender was unable to make a proper French martini... which they admitted and comped the vodka/ soda I eventually settled for.
The clam dip and sliders were excellent as always. The lobster arancini andcmonkfush entree were underseasoned and a bit tasteless.
Disappointed... especially because I convinced my husband it would be great.
It all came together - i.e. food, service, ambiance and even the nice people sitting next to us. Really a special night for my wife's birthday!
After a long hot day of touring and theater, The Clam provided us with the perfect end to our day trip to the city. The interior is clean and bright with white walls and large picture windows. Crisp white table linens added to the feeling of understated luxury—a hint of the Hamptons or Chatham. Our server was friendly and attentive but not obtrusive. The wine on tap is a good value and went nicely with our heirloom tomato salad. We had read that the spaghetti and clams were not-to-be missed. Truly delicious. We hope to return for the fresh, beautiful food and atmosphere.
A nicely located in the west village, but needs a wine list with better values as menu prices are already a bit on the pricey side and resulting in a fleecing of diners!!
The clam dip with the house-made potato chips is a great start, as was the Mezcal spritzer. The white clam pizza is a great option, its quality right up there the the much larger pie at Frank Pepe's in New Haven in terms of taste and abundance of clams. The steamers were great and I saw a number of smiling faces upon the delivery and consumption of the sliders to their tables. It's a good option for those either enjoying a nice evening walk in the neighborhood or before seeing a show at the nearby Cherry Lane Theater.
Attentive service, good ambiance, tasty food, respectable wine list;
We liked all dishes. The clam dip could have had a bit more seasoning and was the only dish I wouldn’t order again.
Exactly what I was looking for. Solid oysters, love the clam dip. And of course those sliders were delish!
Had an amazing dinner here. Great service too. Our server was super professional and couldn’t do enough for us. The food was so so nice. 5 stars.
We LOVE everything about The Clam!
Love going to the Clam. Always wonderful food. Every course is at the same high-quality level.
Waiters are not consistent. Some are good and others are just ok. Don't let that stop you. It's so worth it.
The accolades for The Clam are well deserved: gracious host/ess staff, efficient and professional wait and bus staff, delicious food plus great martinis and wine-by-the-glass choices: obviously a favorite of ours.
Upscale seafood restaurant with a casual vibe
Everything is so fresh!!
Delicious as always. Great food, great service. great fun.
A pleasant dinner. Chose to eat at the bar. Bartender was terrific and cocktails were unique and quite good. Food was solid, nothing phenomenal, although given the fare they are not aiming for haute cuisine. Clam pizza sounds better than it was executed. Price points typically high, but not outrageous. Would go again and work around the menu's soft spots.
Cozy place for
Definitely a neighborhood favorite! Great service and delicious cocktails. Only complaint is that it is too noisy
We ordered seafood, and everything was fresh and delicious. The Mâitre D' was especially helpful selecting a wine, and, thanks to our booking through OpenTable, we were seated, per my online request, at just about the quietest table in the house.
Have been here several times for different occasions and we are never disappointed. The food is delectable, the staff is warm, friendly and competent, also love the summer cocktails. The Clam is definitely a neighborhood gem!
Attentive service, great food. We’re never disappointed. Love coming to this cozy spot.
It was great — we came here as a family to celebrate my wife’s birthday 5 years ago. We have been back every year since
Delightful meal, the food was excellent.
Came for a Saturday lunch, super quiet when we were there. Solid eats, the fried clam and lobster sliders were so gooood.
This was a delightful neighborhood restaurant with very well prepared seafood dishes that everyone in the group found pleasing. As expected for a Friday night in NYC, it was a bit noisy, but there was no blaring music to drown out conversation, a big plus. The restaurant staff were uniformly excellent despite a busy evening. We hope to come back soon.
Oppressively noisy inside, the wait staff and hostess did an exemplary job keeping us updated and entertained while waiting for an outdoor table. They even comped us an appetizer.
The noise level is heightened by poor attention to sonics, with a tile ceiling (!), uncurtained windows, and uncovered walls.
Food and drinks are all highly adequate. Recommend going after they engineer the room to be quieter.
I asked a friend to recommend a seafood restaurant for our anniversary. He lives in the Village and said the Clam was one of his favorites. We live in midtown and were unfamiliar with it. Everything was AMAZING! The food was prepared to perfection. Can't wait to go back.
The clam overall was a great experience! The food was great. Some of our favorites were the fried clam and lobster sliders, baked clams, and spaghetti with clams! Even the steak was very tender for those who don’t like seafood. Everything from the raw bar was very fresh and tasted great. Will definitely go back!
Overall, we had a wonderful experience. Food was delicious, as were the cocktails. Service was mediocre though. The waitress tried to take our order twice before we even receive our cocktails. It made us feel like they were trying to turn the table quickly. Also, the restaurant should rethink their dog policy; few want to see dogs inside a restaurant of this caliber.
One of our favorite spots which is not as good as it used to be. No more Mexican shrimp cocktail or clam chowder with whole freshly cooked clams still in the shell. No soft shell crabs at height of season. Good lobster clam sliders and fries and wines on tap. And excellent service.
The ambiance and food at The Clam are spot on. When it’s not busy which is rare it’s a lovely neighborhood gem. Even so when busy, just louder.
Dinner at the Clam is a must whenever I'm in NYC. Time after time, this delightful Village gem delivers a consistent and memorable dining experience. Chef Mike Price sources the highest quality seafood, then gently brings out the flavors with delicate sauces and accompaniments. A raw bar of oysters and shrimp set the tone, followed by a gorgeous Brooklyn burette salad. The local cheese was rich and creamy against the smokey flavor of the grilled baguette. A lightly dressed peppery arugula with pickled red onions and pomegranate seeds created a crisp foil bringing all the flavors together. The classic lobster and clam sliders were comforting, highlighted by the warm Parker House rolls. The Arctic Char was a hit. The filet with perfectly crispy skin was served over a bed of warm beet salad with watercress and a tangy horseradish creme fraiche. Dessert was a gingerbread ice cream sandwich with a rich brown butter and marscapone gelato. Beverage Director David Giuliano has created a compelling wine list, focused on old world and natural styles, which is a perfect marriage for the cuisine. As always, service was friendly, attentive and knowledgable. I can't wait to return to NYC and my next dinner at the Clam!
Great food and cute interior- on the expensive side. $17 for a glass of wine
We were joined by out-of-towners at one of our favorite restaurants: The Clam. We had a variety of dishes, cocktails and a bottle of a lovely French white. We all had a wonderful time.
Wish I could eat here every week!
Agin everything was perfect. Each fish we have always have fresh and unusual (in good way!) taste that we could never find somewhere else. We always compare another places to Clam. We were never disappointed and if there is any small miscommunication stuff and kitchen always fix it!!!! Perfect 10 for me always. Highly recommend to anyone especially fish lovers like us.
Wasn’t bad but nothing to remember as well. Overall a bit of a bland experience.
Friends in town
Food was amazing , unfortunately service sucked . Our server came once to take out drinks and food didn’t see him after that . As we’re still dinning we see him leave for the night and hostess comes to take out order. As good as the food was we won’t be coming back