On a quiet side street surrounded by modest-sized homes, this eatery with bright blue awnings offers a raw bar and seafood. On the menu: sesame-encrusted tuna, roasted Chilean sea bass, and crab cakes with creamed corn and cilantro salsa. Enjoy live jazz Thurs and live piano Fri. Lunch Sun to Fri; dinner every day. A three-course prix fixe ($15) Mon to Wed. Reservations recommended, especially Fri and Sat nights.
Best Prix Fixe 2010
Wanna know who’s going to be traded off the Knicks? How about what a Mets pitcher’s injury really means for the season? If so, Tommy Dee, a bartender at the Goldfish Oyster Bar & Restaurant in Ossining, is the man to ask. The 35-year-old Hawthorne resident shares this sports knowledge with his Goldfish patrons, usually on Friday and Saturday night, in between rounds of his famous espresso martinis and black cherry cosmopolitans. He attracts more than 30,000 unique hits per day at TheKnicksBlog.com, which he founded in April 2008. There, he broke the story that Amar’e Stoudemire would be rejoining D’Antoni and assured an anxious city as early as last September that Carmelo Anthony wouldn’t sign a contract extension with the Nets. He won a New York Emmy this year for his work at SNY.tv.