Clamato

Clamato

Bertrand Grébaut is one of the city’s best-loved chefs. He opened his flagship restaurant, Septime in 2011, and today is at the head of three excellent establishments, including this, his latest. Located next-door to Septime and dedicated to fish and seafood, Clamato has a distinct advantage over its more high-profile neighbor: it’s open on weekends, and takes no reservations.

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