Hook, Line and Sinker – Lure Restaurant, New York City – on Voyage.tv

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Its hard to get more stylish than the fashionistas prowling the trendy streets of SoHo, but Lure Fish Bar’s chic, ultra-modern interior comes close. The glitzy subterranean eatery has the feel of a superbly appointed yacht cabin, with a ships distinctively curved ceiling, sensual low lighting, slick, circular leather booths and round, nautical-style windows, ideal for peering up at the elegant heels of the pedestrians on the sidewalk above.

The Menu: As the name and the unmistakably seaworthy decor suggest, Chef Josh Capons menu is heavy on seafood, with starters like New England clam chowder, niçoise salad, garlicky lobster croutons and tuna tiraditos in snappy ginger vinaigrette. Notable entrées include mahi mahi tacos in a crispy tortilla shell, an abundant serving of steamed mussels in lemon and white wine and a whole daurade accompanied by dill gnocchi. Theres also top-flight sushi, sashimi, and tempura and a winning raw bar spanning both coasts.

The Must Have: While youre almost obligated to order at least one item thats sprung from the sea (the nautical theme is practically daring you not to), you wont be disappointed by sticking closer to shore, either. Lures best-kept secret is a sophisticated burger thats a take on the infamous patties at the In-N-Out chain on the West Coast. Its served on a brioche and is actually more delicious than the better-known burger at Fanellis across the street.

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