Enjoying seafood with a view is a luxury typically reserved for submarine captains and whale-belly inhabitants. Stuff your face without submerging it with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $45 worth of seafood and drinks at The Waterview Restaurant, located at the Brewer's Capri Marina.
The Waterview serves up delicious, Neptune-approved nourishment, along with Italian-inspired dishes, from its spot overlooking Manhasset Bay. For lunch, start with the mussel-pesto marinara ($8.95) or a refreshing cold-calamari salad ($8.95) marinated in olive oil with garlic, white vinegar, and lemon. Scallops, caked in batter and decadently bathed in the deep fryer ($18.95), come sided with fries, whereas a combo of fried shrimp, filet of sole, and scallops ($22.95) satisfies diners sharing Nikola Tesla's obsession with the number three. Come dinner, class it up with selections from the raw bar, including oysters on the half shell ($9.95), shrimp cocktail ($11.95), and little neck clams on the half shell ($9.95). Seafood also makes a cameo in pasta selections such as the seafood ravioli ($18.95) or linguini with clams ($21.95). End on a pie note with The Waterview's dessert options, including lemon-meringue pie ($7.50) or a cannoli ($5.50).
Guests can toast to the sunset or play drinking games based on water ripples with a selection from The Waterview's affordable library of wines, with whites, reds, and champagnes available by the glass or by the bottle. Avoid the trouble of driving your vessel into the parking lot, because boats can dock at the restaurant's port for free, and get an eyeful of bountiful food and beautiful views with a meal at The Waterview. Reservations are required.
- The restaurant looks out onto the Manhasset Bay and the boats tied up at the marina — a pleasant view. Service was prompt and efficient, without any hovering. – Ann W. Latner, Patch
- The service was excellent. Add the spectacular view and the live piano music - I'll be back very soon. – foodmavenpw, Zagat
- Creative specials make this a fun place to visit. – RobertK4883, Zagat