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Revamped Reel Seafood an upscale experience

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Reel Seafood has gotten a facelift, and boy, does it look sharp. Aliki Serras has taken over from her father, LeGrande Serras, who opened the restaurant in 1983, and she’s put her stamp on it. More than $1 million for a facelift and thorough menu revamp has resulted in a swanky and sleek restaurant that will be one of the Capital Region’s best-regarded. Things were pretty good at the old place when I visited in ...

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June 4, 2014
8:07 p.m.

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Why is it good to have vegetables soaked in butter and salt? They are great as is.