Here are Gramercy's 3 newest eateries to open

Photo: Sushi by Boū/Yelp

Want to hit up the newest eateries in Gramercy? From a seafood restaurant to an ice cream shop, read on for a list of the newest spots to arrive in this area of New York City.

Oceans New York

233 Park Ave. South

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Oceans New York is a seafood-focused restaurant from chef Andy Kitko (previously of Estiatorio Milos in Midtown).

Kitko's menu features seafood dishes from around the world, including nigiri, sashimi and sushi rolls; tartare and ceviche; and raw bar offerings like oyster, shrimp, Alaskan king crab and Maine lobster (all available in Oceans New York's signature three-tier seafood tower). The 220-person restaurant also offers soups, salads, grilled whole fish and meat dishes like rib eye steak and lamb chops, as well as a full selection of wine, beer and cocktails. 

With a five-star Yelp rating out 27 reviews, Oceans New York has been getting positive attention.

Yelper Dean C., who reviewed Oceans New York on Dec. 26, wrote, "I was in last weekend, and wow, truly an amazing experience."

Colleen D. noted, "Finally, a good seafood place in the area."

Head on over to check it out: Oceans is open daily for dinner daily starting at 5 p.m., with plans to add lunch and brunch service. 

Sushi By Boū

118 E. 15th St.

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The Zeckendorf Towers on East 15th Street are one of the the latest venues to play host to Sushi by Boū, chef David Bouhadana's speakeasy-style omakase concept, which has locations across the New York area and two in Miami.

Sushi by Boū offers 30 and 60-minute intimate tasting menu experiences ($50 and $100 per person, respectively). Sushi courses are made with fresh albacore, yellowtail, scallop, uni and more, all served directly by the chefs.

As we previously reported, this location of Sushi by Boū also shares space with sister restaurant Sushi by Bae, from female sushi chef Oona Tempest.

Yelp users are generally positive about Sushi by Boū, which currently holds four stars out of 32 reviews on the site.

Yelper Carol B., who reviewed the new spot on Jan. 2, wrote, "This location of Sushi by Boū is very cute, perfect for a date."

Reservations for Sushi by Boū can be made via Yelp.

Caffè Panna

77 Irving Place

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Caffè Panna is a cafe and ice cream shop specializing in homemade frozen deserts and affogatos (an Italian favorite traditionally combining ice cream and espresso).

Every day, the shop serves five core ice cream flavors and a rotating selection of daily flavors, including everything from chocolate ginger to seaweed stracciatella. Stop in for one of Caffè Panna's specialty affogato sundaes, made with daily flavors, house-made mix-ins and panna (whipped cream), and — of course — a shot of espresso.

Yelp users are excited about Caffè Panna, which currently holds 4.5 stars out of 104 reviews on the site.

Yelper Denise L., who reviewed Caffè Panna on Jan. 2, wrote, "Wow, everything tasted really good, and the panna is perfect, not too sweet but just right!"

Caffè Panna is open from 11 a.m.–11 p.m. daily.

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