Lost at Sea in Long Beach/

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Lost at Sea in Long Beach has no sign.

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Steve Magliano mixes cocktails from behind the cozy bar of Lost at Sea in Long Beach.

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Patrons sip drinks and chat at the cozy high top tables of Lost at Sea in Long Beach.

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Plates are meant to be shared and cocktails flow in the cozy dining room at Lost At Sea in Long Beach.

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Baked top neck clams are prepared simply with house-made bread crumbs at Lost At Sea in Long Beach.

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Seafood salad is tossed in a citrus vinaigrette at Lost at Sea in Long Beach.

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Sweet and plump broiled scallops with drawn butter and a fresh-herbed salsa verde are served at Lost At Sea in Long Beach. 

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Cod is paired with bright lemon sauce and breadcrumbs for contrast at Lost at Sea in Long Beach.

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A salsa verde-topped dry-aged steak is the lone non-seafood option at Lost At Sea in Long Beach.

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The #1 Manhattan, a riff on the classic featuring Taconic bourbon, rosso and walnut, is served along with a variety of other creative and thoughtful cocktails at Lost at Sea in Long Beach.

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