Eating and Dining in New England
Our Favorite Tables
Traveling in New England? We've put together a list of our favorite tried and true restaurants. Be sure to let us know if you check them out!
Red Cat Kitchen-Oak Bluffs
Oak to Ember- Gloucester
My Place by the Sea-Rockport *requires reservation call @ 12p daily
The Contented Sole- New Harbor *seasonal/deck
Street & Co- Portland
Abel's Lobster Pot- Bar Harbor *seasonal/waterfront
Jumpin Jay's Fish Cafe- Portsmouth
The Mooring- Newport
Recipe of the Month
Fresh and New England inspired recipes.
Whether you're a seasoned seafood enthusiast or a culinary explorer seeking new horizons, our New England Haddock recipe promises to transport you to the quaint shores of the Northeast. Immerse yourself in the coastal charm and savor the taste of New England with this flavor-packed delight that transforms every gathering into a coastal celebration.
Side dish ideas:
Asparagus with lemon pepper seasoning
Buttery Garlic Green Beans
Roast Red Russet Potato
Elevating your New England Dinner Party
Creating a seacuterie board is a delightful way to showcase an array of ocean-inspired flavors, textures, and colors. Similar to a charcuterie board but with a focus on seafood, a seacuterie board allows you to display a variety of marine delights. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you craft a stunning seacuterie board.
Charming, Simple Details
Don't overthink it when throwing a party in New England. Most of us are just happy to be there! Scattered beverage tubs filled with local beers and bubbles are a great way to take pressure of the host, keep your guests happy and hydrated, and spark conversation.