Fresh on the heels of Moxy Times Square’s The Magic Hour cocktail bar is another amazing spot within the hotel that you won’t want to miss.
We can say that Moxy is totally killing it, but there's more to the story.
Millennial as anything, Legasea is a seafood brasserie with fun twists on classic dishes, the likes of which will have your friends drooling after seeing your pictures.
Executive Chef Jason Hall is responsible for curating the menu featuring a la carte and full menu options that will delight your eyes and taste buds alike.
The room is set on the second floor's West Terrace of the Moxy Times Square Hotel at 485 7th Avenue and is set as an open room to promote a chic yet approachable vibe. But let’s face it, you're really going for the food.
Their website highlights items like Lobster Bake that holds shrimp, clams, mussels, corn, and new potatoes, and an even more exciting 7th Ave Seafood Tower that comes with 4 East Coast oysters,4 West Coast oysters, 6 prawn cocktails, 6 Littleneck clams, a whole chilled lobster, 2 King crab leg sections, 3 Crab claws, Tuna tartare and Cucumber salad. All this will set you back a whopping $95.
To say it’s a splurge may be pretty damn accurate, but this is a place of indulgence. If you split with friends, it's really not that bad, so treat yoself!
And for you meat-lovers, they have burgers, steaks and chicken options too, as well as some killer appetizers like Calamari, Honeynut Squash Tempura, and Spicy Crab Beignets.
And if that doesn’t all stuff you up, their dessert is arguably our favorite feature. Hit up what they call their World’s Fair Sundae Bar and choose from six flavors of ice cream (vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, pina colada, Greek yogurt or Chocolate Sorbet) and top it with any two toppings from caramel popcorn to mixed nut brittle—but you can always pay an extra dollar for more. Because when are two toppings ever enough?
That said, their other desserts sound equally phenomenal. If you feel like drooling, you can check out their menu here. And once you’re done, you’ll probably want to head over and get a taste in person.
[via Eater NY] [Feature Image Courtesy Instagram]