NYC Chapter

Ocean Friendly Restaurants New York City

MANHATTAN

148 Duane St, New York, NY 10013

OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  No expanded polystyrene use (aka Styrofoam).
  •  Proper recycling practices are followed.
  •  Only reusable tableware is used for onsite dining, and disposable utensils for takeout food are provided only upon request.
  •  No plastic bags offered for takeout or to-go orders.
  •  Straws are provided only upon request.
ADDITIONAL OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  All seafood is ‘Best Choice’ or ‘Good Alternative’ as defined by Seafood Watch, or certified as sustainable.
  •  Vegetarian/vegan food options are offered on a regular basis.
  •  A discount is offered for customers with reusable cup, mug, bag, etc.
  •  Energy efficiency efforts such as LED lighting and Energy Star appliances, are in place.
  •  No beverages are sold in plastic bottles.
  •  Water conservation efforts, such as low-flow faucets and toilets, are implemented.

The Hotel Chantelle is spread across 3 unique floors of nightlife, dining and entertainment. It’s a place to start the evening, enjoy the entertainment and sights and end the night, every week. Saturdays and Sundays we start bright and early with Brunch at 10:30am on the Rooftop and after Brunch entertainment on into the evening! Be sure to make your reservations in advance! 92 Ludlow St, New York, NY 10002

OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  No expanded polystyrene use (aka Styrofoam).
  •  Proper recycling practices are followed.
  •  Only reusable tableware is used for onsite dining, and disposable utensils for takeout food are provided only upon request.
  •  No plastic bags offered for takeout or to-go orders.
  •  Straws are provided only upon request.
ADDITIONAL OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  Vegetarian/vegan food options are offered on a regular basis.
  •  Energy efficiency efforts such as LED lighting and Energy Star appliances, are in place.
  •  No beverages are sold in plastic bottles.
  •  Water conservation efforts, such as low-flow faucets and toilets, are implemented.

Grand Banks is a celebrated oyster bar aboard the historic wooden schooner, Sherman Zwicker. Inspired by the floating “oyster barges” that lined Manhattan’s waterfront in the 18th and 19th centuries, Grand Banks features sustainably harvested oysters, nautically inspired cocktails, and awe-inspiring views. Pier 25 Hudson River Park, New York, NY 10013

OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  No expanded polystyrene use (aka Styrofoam).
  •  Proper recycling practices are followed.
  •  Only reusable tableware is used for onsite dining, and disposable utensils for takeout food are provided only upon request.
  •  No plastic bags offered for takeout or to-go orders.
  •  Straws are provided only upon request.
ADDITIONAL OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  All seafood is ‘Best Choice’ or ‘Good Alternative’ as defined by Seafood Watch, or certified as sustainable.
  •  Vegetarian/vegan food options are offered on a regular basis.
  •  Energy efficiency efforts such as LED lighting and Energy Star appliances, are in place.
  •  No beverages are sold in plastic bottles.
  •  Water conservation efforts, such as low-flow faucets and toilets, are implemented.

ATRIO Wine Bar & Restaurant serves seasonally-inspired New American cuisine with the finest local produce and a dash of passion. 102 North End Ave, New York, NY 10282.

OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  No expanded polystyrene use (aka Styrofoam).
  •  Proper recycling practices are followed.
  •  Only reusable tableware is used for onsite dining, and disposable utensils for takeout food are provided only upon request.
  •  No plastic bags offered for takeout or to-go orders.
  •  Straws are provided only upon request.
ADDITIONAL OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  All seafood is ‘Best Choice’ or ‘Good Alternative’ as defined by Seafood Watch, or certified as sustainable.
  •  Vegetarian/vegan food options are offered on a regular basis.
  •  Energy efficiency efforts such as LED lighting and Energy Star appliances, are in place.
  •  No beverages are sold in plastic bottles.
  •  Water conservation efforts, such as low-flow faucets and toilets, are implemented.

Osteria 57 follows a vision based upon the belief that our experiences are interconnected to the point that what we eat, the wine we drink, and the atmosphere around us, can facilitate and support the flourishing of our souls. 57 West 10th Street New York, NY 10011

OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  No expanded polystyrene use (aka Styrofoam).
  •  Proper recycling practices are followed.
  •  Only reusable tableware is used for onsite dining, and disposable utensils for takeout food are provided only upon request.
  •  No plastic bags offered for takeout or to-go orders.
  •  Straws are provided only upon request.
ADDITIONAL OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  All seafood is ‘Best Choice’ or ‘Good Alternative’ as defined by Seafood Watch, or certified as sustainable.
  •  Vegetarian/vegan food options are offered on a regular basis.
  •  No beverages are sold in plastic bottles.

American cuisine with a focus on fresh seasonal ingredients. Located in the heart of Manhattan’s Financial District in the Millennium Hilton New York. 55 Church St, New York, NY 10007

OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  No expanded polystyrene use (aka Styrofoam).
  •  Proper recycling practices are followed.
  •  Only reusable tableware is used for onsite dining, and disposable utensils for takeout food are provided only upon request.
  •  No plastic bags offered for takeout or to-go orders.
  •  Straws are provided only upon request.
ADDITIONAL OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  Vegetarian/vegan food options are offered on a regular basis.
  •  No beverages are sold in plastic bottles.

Hilton’s new concept restaurant, Herb N’ Kitchen, features seasonal salads, artisanal sandwiches and brick oven pizzas. A barista zone offers specialty coffees to enjoy either in the restaurant or on the go. 1335 Avenue of Americas, New York, NY 10019

OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  No expanded polystyrene use (aka Styrofoam).
  •  Proper recycling practices are followed.
  •  Only reusable tableware is used for onsite dining, and disposable utensils for takeout food are provided only upon request.
  •  No plastic bags offered for takeout or to-go orders.
  •  Straws are provided only upon request.
ADDITIONAL OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  All seafood is ‘Best Choice’ or ‘Good Alternative’ as defined by Seafood Watch, or certified as sustainable.
  •  Vegetarian/vegan food options are offered on a regular basis.
  •  Energy efficiency efforts such as LED lighting and Energy Star appliances, are in place.

Rockaway

1. Cuisine By Claudette
116th St, 69th St.

A casual health-conscious cafe and provisions store that has been a part of the Rockaway community since 2012. Offering made-from-scratch baked goods, gourmet coffee, and mouth-watering food made fresh from quality ingredients. a) 143 Beach 116th Street, Rockaway Beach, NY, NY 11694
b) 190 Beach 69th Street, Suite ‘C’ Arverne, NY 11694

OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  No expanded polystyrene use (aka Styrofoam).
  •  Proper recycling practices are followed.
  •  Only reusable tableware is used for onsite dining, and disposable utensils for takeout food are provided only upon request.
  •  No plastic bags offered for takeout or to-go orders.
  •  Straws are provided only upon request.
ADDITIONAL OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  Vegetarian/vegan food options are offered on a regular basis.
  •  A discount is offered for customers with reusable cup, mug, bag, etc.
  •  Energy efficiency efforts such as LED lighting and Energy Star appliances, are in place.
  •  No beverages are sold in plastic bottles.
  •  Water conservation efforts, such as low-flow faucets and toilets, are implemented.

Locals is a collective space for surfers to share their experience over a quality cup of coffee. Life-long Rockaway residents and owners of Locals Surf School, Mike Reinhardt and Mike Kololyan founded Locals Collective with the aim of creating a place that could further unify the growing number of people who are discovering the Rockaways and its rich surf culture. 190 Beach 69th St, Arverne, NY, 11692

OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  No expanded polystyrene use (aka Styrofoam).
  •  Proper recycling practices are followed.
  •  Only reusable tableware is used for onsite dining, and disposable utensils for takeout food are provided only upon request.
  •  No plastic bags offered for takeout or to-go orders.
  •  Straws are provided only upon request.
ADDITIONAL OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  Vegetarian/vegan food options are offered on a regular basis.
  •  A discount is offered for customers with reusable cup, mug, bag, etc.
  •  Energy efficiency efforts such as LED lighting and Energy Star appliances are in place.



Brooklyn

Island Oyster is a one-of-a-kind summer destination in New York City that was recently nominated for a James Beard Foundation 2019 award for Best Restaurant Design.  Featuring easygoing summer fare, a tropically inspired cocktail program and panoramic views of New York Harbor and downtown Manhattan. 146 Carder Road, Governors Island New York, NY 11231

OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  No expanded polystyrene use (aka Styrofoam).
  •  Proper recycling practices are followed.
  •  Only reusable tableware is used for onsite dining, and disposable utensils for takeout food are provided only upon request.
  •  No plastic bags offered for takeout or to-go orders.
  •  Straws are provided only upon request.
ADDITIONAL OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  All seafood is ‘Best Choice’ or ‘Good Alternative’ as defined by Seafood Watch, or certified as sustainable.
  •  Vegetarian/vegan food options are offered on a regular basis.
  •  Energy efficiency efforts such as LED lighting and Energy Star appliances, are in place.
  •  No beverages are sold in plastic bottles.
  •  Water conservation efforts, such as low-flow faucets and toilets, are implemented.


Pilot is a seasonal oyster bar aboard one of America’s most prized wooden schooners. Showcasing sustainably harvested oysters and nautically inspired cocktails, Pilot presents a concise menu of ingredient-driven seasonal plates by nationally acclaimed chef, Kerry Heffernan.

OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  No expanded polystyrene use (aka Styrofoam).
  •  Proper recycling practices are followed.
  •  Only reusable tableware is used for onsite dining, and disposable utensils for takeout food are provided only upon request.
  •  No plastic bags offered for takeout or to-go orders.
  •  Straws are provided only upon request.
ADDITIONAL OCEAN FRIENDLY PRACTICES
  •  All seafood is ‘Best Choice’ or ‘Good Alternative’ as defined by Seafood Watch, or certified as sustainable.
  •  Vegetarian/vegan food options are offered on a regular basis.
  •  Energy efficiency efforts such as LED lighting and Energy Star appliances, are in place.
  •  No beverages are sold in plastic bottles.
  •  Water conservation efforts, such as low-flow faucets and toilets, are implemented.