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Lonely Planet review
New York chef Rick Moonen takes a dual approach to the purposefully sustainable catch of the day. Upstairs in the restaurant, haute American dishes perhaps start with ocean rose abalone and end with bittersweet chocolate cake. The downstairs cafe, furnished with rich mahogany tables fronting the shopping promenade, offers a more expansive full menu with a sushi bar and comfort food sides such as gourmet mac 'n' cheese. Once the spokesperson for the National Resources Defense Council's 'Give Swordfish a Break campaign,' Moonen remains a staunch advocate for sustainable fishing. You won't find farm-raised salmon here: the menu is heavy on small, line-caught fish sourced from eco-conscious aquaculture operations.