Below is a list of the top and leading Seafood Restaurants in Boston. To help you find the best Seafood Restaurant located near you in Boston, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Boston’s Best Seafood Restaurants are:
The top rated Seafood Restaurants in Boston, MA are:
- Neptune Oyster– famous for serving some of the city’s freshest seafood
- Atlantic Fish Co – providing the freshest fish as an institution for Boston’s greatest seafood since 1978
- Select Oyster Bar – focuses on offering high-quality seafood in a relaxed bistro setting
- Yankee Lobster– brings the “Taste of New England” to any location in the United States
- Boston Sail Loft – serves the best chowder in Boston
Neptune Oyster is famous for serving some of the city’s freshest seafood. Though they debuted quietly in 2004 in a place as small and pearly as its namesake, Neptune Oyster soon established itself as a real Boston dining pioneer, nearly single-handedly updating the ancient Italian neighborhood it calls home while also redefining New England seafood. Thanks to the familial warmth of the employees and a menu of local seafood and dishes that please both regulars and tourists, Neptune manages the impossible challenge of becoming a destination restaurant that seems like a neighborhood restaurant.
The warm buttered lobster roll and the cornmeal johnnycake drizzled in honey butter and topped with smoked bluefish and sturgeon caviar have earned the national acclaim.
Address: 63 Salem St # 1, Boston, MA 02113
Phone: (617) 742 3474 Website: www.neptuneoyster.com
“Food here is superb! You absolutely need to try the lobster roll and the oysters (duh!). They’ve got a very big wine selection, which makes dinner much nicer and tastier.
The place itself is small, so it does get packed. We came in here just before waiting time became absolutely ridiculous. We waited for 20 minutes, but after us, the waiting list was of 2+ hours.
5/5.” – César Rincón Mayorga
Atlantic Fish Co
Atlantic Fish Co has been providing the freshest fish as an institution for Boston’s greatest seafood since 1978. Their menus are printed on a daily basis to reflect the high quality of their ingredients, which are delivered fresh from the harbor every morning. They believe that the highest quality and flavor come from the freshest catch. They’ve refined a time-honored method for preparing the finest seafood. And they only buy what they intend to prepare, so their stock is kept minimal and their menu is always fresh.
Address: 761 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116
Phone: (617) 267 4000
“Upscale seafood restaurants that excels in quality and simplicity.
Ordered San Francisco Cioppino, Fried oysters, and fisherman’s pasta and all the dishes were fabulous. Freshness of all the seafood (lobster, scallop, mussels, oysters, salmon etc) was on another level and I especially liked how they used parts of salmon & fish with high fat content. All the sauce/broth in the dishes I tried were simple yet perfectly executed in every aspect.” – Jea Hyun Kim
Select Oyster Bar
Select Oyster Bar focuses on offering high-quality seafood in a relaxed bistro setting. The restaurant is a Back Bay townhouse serving modern seafood in a neo-bistro style influenced by Paris, originally opened its doors in April 2015. Local oysters are served raw at the raw bar, while the rest of the menu includes crudo, ceviche, local seafood, Spanish octopus, and more. The restaurant uses basic seasonal preparations to highlight the highest quality fish. Their wine list focuses on seafood-centric wines.
Address: 50 Gloucester St, Boston, MA 02115
Phone: (857) 239 8064
“The drinks are stellar, the food is fresh and delicious. I love the fact that they auto-include gratuity in the bill so you don’t have to do math after eating. You don’t have a dedicated server, but rather everyone working makes sure your table has what it needs. A true team approach, 10/10!” – Tars Cunha
Yankee Lobster brings the “Taste of New England” to any location in the United States. You can offer a New England Clambake with live Maine lobsters, fresh steamers, exquisite shrimp, and creamy clam chowder in less than 24 hours, all in its own pot and served piping hot from your kitchen at any time of year. From the boat to your kitchen, they continue to serve the best in fresh seafood from their new state-of-the-art facility on Boston’s new waterfront.
Address: 300 Northern Ave, Boston, MA 02210
Phone: (617) 345 9799
“Lobster bisque: meh. “Stuffed” haddock is only topped with Ritz crackers breadcrumbs, not stuffed. Fried shrimp: large portion but not well seasoned. For a place to be featured on diners drive-ins and dives… I was left disappointed. Perhaps if i had the lobster roll or crab cakes (was sold out) I’d have a different experience” – Dominique George formerly Drake
Boston Sail Loft
Boston Sail Loft serves the best chowder in Boston. This no-frills North End cafe on the water’s edge has been attracting a legion of devotees for a generation with its herby, unpretentious, ridiculously thick take on the New England staple. The clam chowder at the Boston Sail Loft is the perfect remedy to a frigid Boston day. You’ll have a very substantial meal if you use the bread basket to soak up all the creamy richness. Visit them now and have a taste of their best-selling meals.
Address: 80 Atlantic Ave, Boston, MA 02110
Phone: (617) 227 7280 Website: www.thebostonsailloft.com
“One of the best clam chowder I ever had, the fisherman’s platter was a feast, if you like fried seafood this is for you. Stuffed salmon was also good, it was soft and buttery. Friendly staff, the wait time was around 45 minutes on a Sunday evening, they will call you if you put your name” – Ajith Rajeswari
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