Citysearch Editorial Review.
That C in “Legal C Bar” could be for contemporary. It could be for conceptual, or even casual. But, more likely, it reflects this offshoot of Legal Sea Foods’ slimmed-down urban dining aesthetic. (C it now?) The airy, open-plan, canteen-styled space is a high-tech, industrial-organic array of lacquered wood, polished concrete and buffed metal. However, the menu is familiar Legal Sea Foods fare scaled down to an all-day menu featuring a few raw bar items, plenty of small plates (meaty lump-crab cakes with mustard aioli, crispy whole belly clams), substantial sandwiches (including a tender tuna burger) and classic entrees like baked stuffed lobster and a fried fisherman’s platter.