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No Name Restaurant

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No Name Restaurant Review

Famous for not being famous, the No Name has been serving fresh seafood, simply broiled or fried, since 1917. (For the non-Piscean inclined, they also serve steak, chicken, and kid-friendly chicken fingers.) Once you find it, tucked off New Northern Avenue (as opposed to Old Northern Avenue) between the World Trade Center and the Bank of America Pavillion, you can close your eyes and pretend you're in a little fishing village—it's not much of a stretch. And, the free parking is a bonus.

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Updated: 11-13-2013

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    Stick to the basics if you go here

    It's possible to get a decent meal here if you stick to fried stuff and the fish chowder -- not the place to try and stretch the boundaries. Generally not a favorite of the locals; has a decent water view, grubby decor, reasonable prices, and OK service. Can be hard to find, tucked away in a fish pier building and not that well marked.

    by bachslunch, 12/2/08

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