15 East: Super-pricy, super good. The seafood was fresh and perfectly cooked when it was cooked, perfectly sliced when it wasn’t (anyone who’s had to gnaw through a hacked hunk of raw tuna knows what I mean), complimented with vibrant, in-season flavors. The standout for me was the soft-shell crab. Fried is an easy crowd-pleaser, but I appreciate a place who can leave the crabmeat tender and juicy while making sure that the shell isn’t a metal plate to crack through. Also, not greasy, and crispy to the last mouthful. Excellent.