Everything you need to know about Sea Level’s ‘kid cousin’, The Waterman—which opens today at 4 p.m.

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The Waterman is (finally!) opening at 2729 South Blvd., Suite D—right near Harris Teeter and Holler & Dash—today at 4 p.m. Paul Manley, the co-owner of Sea Level, and the same investment and operating team from the Uptown seafood restaurant are behind the opening of the new fish bar in Sedgefield.

Inside, Carrie Frye Interior Design was in charge of the slightly industrial but welcoming vibe with soft furnishings. There will be both inside and outside seating along with a 2,000-square-foot rooftop bar.

Instagrammers, get ready; Manley said there is a clear view of Uptown from the roof. The rooftop bar is expected to be open in a few weeks.

(RELATED: Sea Level’s ‘kid cousin’ concept will be an oyster and rooftop bar)

On the menu, there will be everything from tacos to po’ boys. We’re most excited about these mouthwatering menu items…

The Fisherman’s Pick

Beer-battered cod, house-made pickles, cole slaw, tartar sauce with a potato bun, served with house-cut fries or cole slaw, $13.

The Fisherman’s Pick Sandwich

Shrimp Po’ Boy

Fried with Waterman sauce, lettuce, tomato, house-made pickles, served with house-cut fries or cole slaw, $14

Note: Other Po’ Boy options include oysters or calamari

The Shrimp Po Boy

Braised Chicken Tacos

Corn salsa, Tabasco crème and cotija with a house-made corn tortilla or scallion pancake, $5 each.

Note: Other taco options include grilled fish, crispy oyster, blackened shrimp, mushroom and brisket.

Braised Chicken Tacos

Tin of Smoked Sardines

In tomato sauce, with crackers, grainy mustard and house-made pickles, $13.

Tin of Smoked Sardines

Chargrilled Oysters

With charred onion butter, $12.

Chargrilled Oysters

Creamed Spinach and Bacon Oysters

It looks just like it sounds, $12.

Creamed Spinach and Bacon Oysters

The Catch

Fried NC trout, dirty rice, roasted corn and creole crawfish sauce, $23.

The Catch

Low Country Boil

Shrimp, smoked sausage, oysters, corn, red potatoes, lemon butter and Old Bay seasoning, $24.

Low Country Boil

Below is the full menu.

All images are provided by The Waterman

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