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Anthony's Pier 4

"Anthony's Pier 4 offers a spectacular view of the harbor or the city skyline. A New England favorite, our featured lobsters are caught by our own lobstering company and our award winning wines are selected by our expert wine buyer to compliment your menu selections."

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"Known for his innovation and playful risk-taking in the kitchen, Fathman describes Azure's cuisine as 'clearly American with subtle French, Asian, Latin and Mediterranean influences. Flavors and ingredients are treated with respect and integrity, but there is enough balance and flavor to appeal to everyone's taste.' Azure's menu features inspired seafood dishes that showcase regional ingredients from Northeast and Pacific coast waters."
61 Exeter St.
Back Bay

B&G Oysters

"In 2003, Barbara opened B&G Oysters, LTD., providing the city with a classic yet stylish oyster bar. At the center of the dining room of this subterranean restaurant is an open kitchen surrounded by a white marble bar and black bar stools. Cool blue and grey tiles accented by stainless steel lend a calming oceanic aura to the space while the funky music playing keeps the mood fun and social. The menu offers exquisitely fresh seafood including a daily selection of 12 oyster varieties, ready to be shucked, and fun New England-inspired dishes such as a lobster BLT."
550 Tremont St.
South End

Barking Crab

Casual seafood dining on Fort Point Channel.
88 Sleeper St.

Blackfin Chop House

"Blackfin features seafood, dry aged meats and a custom built raw bar."
116 Huntington Ave.
Back Bay

Court House Seafood Restaurant

"Court House Seafood has been around since 1912. We are a family oriented business committed to providing our customers with fresh seafood and friendly service."
498 Cambridge St.
East Cambridge

East Coast Grill and Raw Bar

"Fresh Local Seafood, Live Fire Grilling and BBQ!"
Brunch, Sundays, 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
1271 Cambridge St.
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Four Winds Bar and Grill

"Great bar and grill in the North End, on the harbor. Traditional seafood to fajitas and BBQ. Large screen TVs for sports events. Function room available."
266 Commercial St.
North End

Jasper White's Summer Shack

Oyster bar.
149 Alewife Parkway.

Jimmy's Harborside Restaurant

242 Northern Ave.
South Boston

JP Seafood Cafe

"Diners flock here to savor elegantly appointed sushi boats, sizzling platters of delicately seasoned fish fillets, and a delectable array of vegetarian dishes served in spirited surroundings. A gracious and attentive staff is at your service to assist in navigating the extensive menu and to recommend the perfect selection from the many varieties of sake, plum wine, Pacific Rim beer and domestic and imported wine available."
730 Centre St.
Jamaica Plain

Legal Sea Foods

1 Park Place (Park Square); Prudential Center; Copley Place; Chestnut Hill; South Shore Plaza (Braintree); Framingham.
Back Bay, Downtown
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Muqueca Restaurant

Brazilian seafood: "The name 'moqueca' designates a style of preparing the food that consists of cooking without water, just with the vegetables and fruits of the sea. Unlike the moqueca from Bahia, the capixaba doesn't take dende oil and nor coconut milk."
1093 Cambridge St.
Inman Square
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Out of the Blue

"Out of the Blue offers delicious quality seafood in a relaxed casual atmosphere."
382 Highland Ave.
Davis Square
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199 Clarendon St.
Back Bay

Tia's Restaurant & Bar

"For 22 years Boston business professionals have frequented Tia's Restaurant on Boston's waterfront. Voted 'Best of Boston' by Boston Magazine, Tia's is the place to be! Our outdoor patio has heated awnings so you can jump into the 'Summer Mode' and enjoy dining and drinking under the stars. Tia's, famous for its $18.95 lobster special, also serves delicious fried clams, steamers, steaks and lighter fare. Tia's has a great kiddie menu and is handicap accessible."
200 Atlantic Ave.
Downtown / Waterfront
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Turner Fisheries

10 Huntington Ave. (Westin Hotel).
Back Bay
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Union Oyster House

America's oldest restaurant.
41 Union St., near Quincy Markeet.
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Village Restaurant

"The North Shore's Best Seafood Restaurant. Heralded by Gourmet Magazine, Saveur, Roadfood, and named 'one of America's top 10 small town cafes' by

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