Thursday, September 12, 2019

The Boilery in soft-open mode on 3rd Avenue

The Boilery has made its debut at 58 Third Ave. between 10th Street and 11th Street.

For now, the sign out front is advertising 20-percent off during this soft opening.

As the name suggests, the restaurant offers communal seafood boils and a variety of grilled seafood. Find the menu here.

The Boilery is now in expansion mode. There's a location up on Amsterdam Avenue, with new restaurants opening here, Chelsea, Midtown East, Danbury, Conn., and Las Vegas.

Perhaps the owners have what it takes to make this space work. As previously noted, this address has been three restaurants — Jin Kitchen and Bar, Shu Han Ju II and Mulan East — in the past four years.

Thanks to Steven for the photos!


Anonymous said...

Hmm, reminiscent of the shrimp boil spot that lasted a nanosecond on St Marks. While I sometimes crave a good New Orleans style oyster po’boy, this place doesn’t inspire me which describes their’s as:

Deep Fried Oyster Po'boy
buttermilk battered “shrimp”, signature remoulade shredded lettuce, fresh tomato, old bay & chives on toasted Martin's hoagie roll

Jose Garcia said...

Sounds fishy to us, too. xo, JG

Anonymous said...

Tried it today. Food was good: crispy soft shell crab sandwich stayed crispy,waffle fries spectacular.

2ndAveSilverPanther said...

Neighbors - We have a winner! Just had lunch there, and enjoyed very generous portions of modestly priced tasty, fresh food. I am not a shill, and I can bitch about happenings our hood as well and often as anybody. These folks deserve success and I wish them well.