Grand Banks to Offer Dining and a Raw Bar on a Tall Ship

Via The New York Times:

This seasonal raw bar and casual deck-side restaurant will be aboard the Sherman Zwicker, a 142-foot wooden fishing schooner docked at Hudson River Park Pier 25. The tall ship, built in 1942, has been restored and offers programs in ecology, New York Harbor history and seafood sustainability. It is run by the nonprofit Maritime Foundation, an educational group. Mark Firth, who was a founder of Diner and Marlow & Sons, is running the restaurant. The raw bar features a selection of East and West Coast oysters, plus light food like lobster rolls, crudo, heirloom tomato salad and sides like hush puppies. The food and cocktail menus change daily.