We ended our Bronx visit with a trip to City Island, at the extreme northeast of the New York City borough. At the southern tip of the island, right at the water's edge, sit two competing super-casual seafood joints, Johnny's Reef (see the user-submitted Roadfood.com review) and Tony's Pier. Johnny's Reef is perhaps the more inviting of the two; Tony's Pier has a decidedly seedier edge that we actually do not find at all unpleasant (those oysters above are from Tony's, ordered by Amy of ayersian). Is the seafood pulled from these waters? Let's hope not. Really, whether you're at Tony's or Johnny's, you didn't come here to find the city's best chowder or fried clams. No, the point is to sit by the water at picnic tables with baskets of fried seafood and platters of raw shellfish, and quaff brews (or, at Tony's, pina coladas) in the sun.