Nothing says summer like digging into a plate of fried clams. Phantom reveals the eight spots with the greatest golden fried orders he’s ever found.
There’s nothing like eating fresh seafood right near the water. In the Boston Seaport District there is a little place where the portions are big, the prices are small – and the parking is free.
Row 34 bills itself as “the working man’s oyster bar.” It’s packed with customers feasting on fresh shucked shellfish, and sampling dozens of unique beers.
Being in New England, Phantom’s standard for seafood is pretty high. So when a seafood restaurant gets his stamp of approval, you might want to take notice.
A good bowl of chowder, or “chowdah” as the locals call it, is worth a drive to one of these Cape Cod or South Shore spots.
Whether you want to get down and dirty as you peel and crack your way through shellfish or sip wine and savor caviar and a raw bar, Boston has many seafood spots to choose from, each with their own specialty.
Who knew that some of Boston’s best seafood is served up at a market or food truck? The beloved combo of fish and chips is offered at these spots and more, whether you are looking for something casual or more upscale.
Whole Foods Market said Friday that it will stop selling fish caught from depleted waters or through ecologically damaging methods.
More grocery stores are joining a program that’s trying to keep the seafood supply robust for future generations.
The Phantom Gourmet recently went to the Granite State for a place that’s serving up some creative seafood delights.