Sea Wolf Open, Eat Wolf Eat: New Seafood Eatery Hits Bushwick
Bedford + Bowery, May 23, 2016
by Karissa Gall
A replacement for the flash-in-the-pan Latin fusion cantina Lorenzo's has arrived at the Jefferson stop in Bushwick. Daniel Cipriani, the proprietor of Sea Wolf, who also owns a pair of dining establishments in Williamsburg – Lodge and Urban Rustic– as well as the Playland Grill in Rockaway, told us that the surf-n’-turf corner spot has been krilling it, so to speak, since it officially opened a few weeks ago.
New York City is surrounded by a lot of sea. The Northeast corner of Wyckoff Avenue and Troutman Street in Bushwick, however, is not one of those places. That coordinate once, briefly, and recently, was home to Lorenzo’s; its swift departure was a mystery but not one we could ruminate on for too long because—just like that—it has become home to Sea Wolf. As mentioned, the new seafood-heavy, all-day, seven-days-a-week restaurant is not on the water or anywhere very close to it, but owner Daniel Cipriani has done his utmost to trick us, and make us believe it is anyway.
"In alternativa, più blasonato e senz'altro più caro, il Sea Wolf, proprio all'angolo tra Wyckoff e Troutman. Si mangia divinamente (sia carne che pesce), il locale è molto bello, dispone di ampi spazi sia al chiuso che all'aperto ed i cocktail sono buonissimi."
10 fresh ways to eat lobster in New York that's NOT a lobster roll
Time Out New York, June 13th, 2016
by Christina Izzo
Lobster corn dog at Sea Wolf: Two summertime classics—fresh lobster and fried corn dogs—come together at this Bushwick newbie. The crustacean is cranked sausage-style into a casing and then skewered, battered and deep-fried. Drizzled with honey mustard and served over greens, it makes on-a-stick eating look damn-near elegant.$11