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The Water Club juts out onto the East River between 29th and 32nd Streets, and the restaurant takes full advantage, with floor-to-ceiling windows. Seafood is a specialty, including a raw bar and stuffed Maine lobsters. But the turf-based selections are just as extensive, with a range of steaks and double-cut lamb chops.