September 12, 2019

Brooklyn Bay Seafood Restaurant in Bay Ridge


Update: 9/11/19  It Opened!




This is what you see as you enter the restaurant.




Nice lighting….This guy was starting his first day there….too bad the shark ate him.



Cute counter-height tables in the front of the place.



This was glowing on the side wall – it looked cool. 





Brooklyn Bay Seafood is a new restaurant that opened at 7026 – 3rd Avenue (corner of 71st Street).   Phone: 718-333-5835.









August update:  They put up a nicer sign claiming and it is a seafood restaurant (because some people thought it was going to be a seafood store).

In Mid-July, they had up a fence because they gutted the old place and installed new windows. 








This corner has not been an easy spot for restaurateurs, so we wish the new owner a lot of success!  It isn’t easy to open a business anywhere these days. 




The business before this was Ginny’s $5 -$9 restaurant.  Very nice lady, but she was paying a lot of rent for the place. (See here)


Before it was Ginny’s,  Mama’s Greek Restaurant was there.  Before that, Bon Chovie was there. Before that, it was Pashazade (I loved that place0. And before Pashazade’s, this was the home of  The Water Grill.  The location has not been easy, but that’s about to change as we bless it with good fortune and happiness. 


See other store opening and closings in Bay Ridge





Topics: Bay Ridge | 2 Comments »

2 Responses to “Brooklyn Bay Seafood Restaurant in Bay Ridge”

  1. Nick the Rat Says:
    September 27th, 2019 at 8:57 pm

    I just ate there… The crawfish were OK but the calamari and catfish sliders tasted like they came out of the freezer. Not many options for food and the menu only listed Soda Can for drinks. Prices were decent, but I left and was only about 60% satisfied…

    I give the place 6 months max.

  2. marlene Says:
    September 28th, 2019 at 12:24 am

    Sometimes restaurants need a little time to get setup. They are new….maybe they are just missing something and if they add that one thing, that will make people more satisfied. Maybe great bread? Or corn on cob?