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Set in Times Square—a neighborhood better known for trinkets and fast food chains—Blue Fin is an outlier and a standout. Located in the groundfloor of the W Times Square, it shares the same sleek, design aesthetic, with modish appointments and a glitzy glass staircase. Meanwhile, the food is ambitious, but not outlandish: Scottish salmon is dressed with morels, sweet garlic and verjus; the fried softshell crab has a rhubarb vinaigrette, and some extra crunch from toasted macadamia nuts. In addition, there’s a raw bar, serving east and west coast oysters, assorted clams and caviar, and sushi, to boot.