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92 South St Fulton/John
New York, NY 10038 View Map
Phone: (212) 509-9694


Hours: Mon-Sat 11AM-9PM, Sun Noon-7:30PM
 
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"My Father, Captain Tom, worked and kept a tug boat at American Boat and Cartage on Pier 11 East River. As a young child, I had the pleasure of my dad buying my brother and I meals at Sloppy Louie's when he would bring us down to the river or we would visit. That was when Fulton Fish Market wa..." (Read More)


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Kevin Daley

Date Posted: Monday, November 25, 2013 7:36 PM (report spam)

My Father, Captain Tom, worked and kept a tug boat at American Boat and Cartage on Pier 11 East River. As a young child, I had the pleasure of my dad buying my brother and I meals at Sloppy Louie's when he would bring us down to the river or we would visit. That was when Fulton Fish Market was only a working market, the Banana Boats would come to the East River and Pier 11 was not yet a Food Wharf. My father and his friends were working on making things like Operation Tall Ship happen and the South Street Seaport Museum was not yet there! Indeed, one of my dad's friends would tell us of the times he was the captain of the Ambrose Light Ship and only he was brave enough to climb the mast in really, really, bad weather to replace a burnt out light, thereby saving many a ship from disaster. What great food Sloppy Louie's had, It was a first class restaurant in a working district back then. Can they ever bring it back? At least it would be a great tribute to some great people if someone did! I still remember the great food and great treatment they gave me as a child. They were genuine. I guess that is why my dad, Captain Tom, liked the place so much!


Date Posted: Sunday, September 22, 2013 4:30 PM (report spam)

I just wanted to correct my poor spelling, it was cousin Aldo. We used to call him Aldo pussycat


Date Posted: Sunday, September 22, 2013 4:25 PM (report spam)

I was fortunate to know Louie personally. He was my uncle, and passed away when I was around 5. When we would visit, him and aunt dee they always made great meals. Aunt dee would give us peaches soaked in vodka, not enough to make you drunk, but you would sleep on the way home to upstate New York. After his death, and after my aunts stroke the business was passed on to family(unknown). I am glad that he is so fondly remembered.My father used to work in his kitchen, and told me how much Uncle Lou would take pride in his business. I am sorry it is closed, after my uncle and aunts death my family did not communicate much, and I am just finding out now that it is closed. I am the last living son of my father, who also passed away, but I will always have fond memories of uncle Lou and aunt dee. Cousin also also was quite the character. Thank you for remembering my uncle, and his restaurant.


Date Posted: Sunday, January 09, 2011 8:56 AM (report spam)

I couldn't agree more! Bring back Sloppy Louie's AND Sweets!!!

Coline

Date Posted: Tuesday, September 14, 2010 12:59 PM (report spam)

Historic Sloppy Louie's restaurant is closed. This is the biggest disaster in fish restaurant history. My family dinned there for generations. Which entrepreneurial person will bring Sloppy Louie's back to life? Don't forget its neighbors are South Street Seaport and Wall Street. Nothing better for the brain and gut than fresh fish chowda'.


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