First Bites

Prime Fish Is Open in Former Nemo Space: Massive Menu and Fresh Fish

After successfully coaxing your out-of-town guests to treat you to dinner at the pricey Prime Fish, there's still one more hurdle you must face: deciding what to order. The menu is massive, which is just one of the many things the month-old spot has in common with its sister restaurants: Prime One Twelve and Prime Italian, and to a lesser degree, the retro-style diner, Big Pink.

Located in the former Nemo space, Myles Chefetz's latest endeavor is described on the company's website as "a unique combination of fish shack meets upscale dining." Though the large indoor/outdoor eatery is slightly less glamorous than the other Primes, it most certainly isn't casual.

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Valeria Nekhim was born in the Ukraine and raised in Montreal. She has lived in Manhattan and Miami. Her favorite part of food writing is learning the stories of chefs and restaurateurs.