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Andrew Cebulka

The Neighborhood Dining Group — owners of Husk, Minero, and McCrady’s — have converted an old single house on Calhoun Street into a stunner of a seafood restaurant. The raw bar offerings range from local oysters and clams to Kaluga caviar, and executive chef Shamil Velazquez’s inventive small plates are stylish and intensely flavored. Rich kombu-poached lobster is tossed with orbs of tangy Asian pear, ground peanuts, and green Thai basil leaves, while a deconstructed chowder delivers tender clams, mussels, shrimp, and a flawless peach-hued scallop within a pool of creamy, savory broth. Each dish is finished with precise visual style that befits the picture-perfect setting. Grab a seat out on the second floor piazza, order a glass of chilled red wine, and dive in. —Robert F. Moss (Dish, Winter 2020)

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Hours: Lunch, Dinner (daily) Happy Hour Mon.-Thurs. 4:30-6 p.m.

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