Though it's called Roe Restaurant & Fish Market, don't expect much on the restaurant front because that part isn't quite ready. For now, what counts as seats are a few plastic chairs and tables set out on the sidewalk. Dining here means slurping chowder and cracking into a lobster on paper plates while you're inches away from the parking meters and Belmont Shore foot traffic. But that's exactly why you should come: seafood tastes a heck of a lot better when you're not dressed up and charged a customary tip at the end. Like its peers Bear Flag Fish Company and Slapfish, Roe belongs to the new school of seafood restaurant where instant gratification and low cost is more important than a dining room. You get the sense that chef/owner Arthur Gonzalez, formerly of McKenna's, just wanted to start cooking, even before his... More >>>