Monthly Archives: July 2016

Where to Dine on the Quincy WaterFront Tony’s Clam Shop

Where to Dine on the Quincy WaterFront  Tony's Clam Shop Tony’s Clam Shop,  is   local favorite   that has been  on Wollaston  beach in Quncy   for over 50
years.   It is casual dining where you order at the counter.   They  cook all all  menu items to order as a commitment to excellence our customers remain loyal to. They use only the freshest seafood and produce items available. We are proud of our  longevity in the business. We attribute that to our commitment to excellence and our loyal

Tony’s menu is full of comfort favorites such as hot dogs and burgers, seafood options, and even Middle Eastern specialties, like tabouli and falafel! Tony’s has their liquor license giving customers a variety of beers and wines to choose from.

Here is the Swampie buzz of the Tony’s Clam Shop on Wollaston Beach

Tony’s Clam Shop, in Quincy. I wasn’t all that far at the time so, figured to stop in. For a first, I parked around back, which quickly turns residential. Inside, I was soon greeted at the Whole Belly Clams at Tony's Clam shop Wollaston Beach Quincy counter. Was a tad undecided. I almost got the Seafood Platter but, instead went with a 2-way of Whole Belly Clams and Scallops. With a good pour of draft Cisco Whale’s Tale.
I enjoyed every bite. Clams tasted of the sea. Scallops were impressive. Big surprise was the cole slaw. So much better than before.
As always, well worth the trip!

I’ve lived here 32 years and had not yet eaten at Tony’s Clam Shop on Quincy Shore Dr in Quincy. Since we needed to celebrate Father’s Day early and the weather was fabulous we Crab cakes at  Tony's Clam shop Wollaston Beach Quincy headed to Quincy Bay for seafood. Our dishes didn’t disappoint. Crab cakes were mostly crab with a tasty remoulade sauce. Shrimp were some of the freshest I’ve had in some time. Good fries cooked well. Even the cole slaw was crunchy with a good sauce and I’m fussy about my slaw. Sitting outside with great views of the Boston skyline and the water is fabulous but tempered by the four lanes of traffic at your feet. Great food but $$$$. Constant stream of customers must mean it’s worth the price!

Tony’s Clam Shoppe is awesome. I grew up going there as a Quincy kid. Anyhow, this is the broiled fish dinner. It’s a generous portion of haddock (I had already eaten at least 3 ounces before taking the picture) with lots of rice and salad for $18.95. Three meals worth for me (at least).

Pit stop in Quincy, at Tony’s Clam Shop. Across from Wollaston Beach. For a first, we tried their Lobster Roll with melted butter. Gets its own section on the board. It is $22.95 and delightful! Along with a combo plate of deep fried shrimp and scallops.Lobster Roll Fried Shrimp plate  at Tony's Clam shop Wollaston Beach Quincy
We soon realized that picking off delectable bites was better than trying to bite into the overstuffed roll. So much! The deep fried was done to perfection. Batter and all.
Service is exceptional in terms of asking for condiments like lemon slices, mayo and cocktail sauce.
Needless to say, we are big fans.

Tony’s clam Shop in Quincy… What can I say that isn’t obvious from this picture? Hands down, the best fried clams I’ve ever had. And I’ve eaten more than my share. I’m ruined now. Not a trace of grit or sand anywhere. Ridiculously fresh, crispy coating, tender as could be. I want more right now.

HANDS DOWN one of best seafood in and around new enland crazy about my seafood and bow im crazy about tony’s…absolutely incredible….great prices and our plates were stacked high….very intimidating an worth the ride….ill be back for sure

I really loved the place.. The mouth watering and delicious food along with the fresh and lovely breeze was enhancing the beauty of Wollaston beach and flavor of summer.. We ordered fish and chips and a full plate of lobsters fry.. The quantity was too good and the price was quiet reasonable..I went with my husband and we both couldn’t finish the meal, due to its quantity, we were over loaded..

Open Spring,summer and fall

Tony’s Clam Shop, 861 Quincy Shore Drive, Wollaston, MA 02170, 617.773.5090


Newport Polo New England Lobster Bake 2016

A traditional New England Lobsterbake will round out the   Newport polo  gala weekend at the conclusion of USA vs. France on Saturday August 6th  at 7:30pm  The freshest local seafood & produce will be cooked to perfection field-side by McGrath Clambakes over hot coals under a bed of fresh, local seaweed. This tasty and fun annual Polo Series tradition sells out each year, and is not to be missed.

Newport Polo New England Lobster Bake 2016

The New England Lobsterbake Menue:

Rhode Island Clear Broth Quahog Chowder Station
Garden Salad with Italian Dressing
Draw Butter
Corn on the Cob
Red Bliss Potato
Barbecued Chicken
1 ¼ lb. RI Lobster

Tickets $50 per person, available online until August 3, while supplies last. Cash bar. Polo match tickets sold separately. For more info, email

Each dinner includes a whole lobster. There are non-seafood options available. Sorry, no child portions available. For children, we recommend the food concessionaires on site during the match, so that after the match, the adults can eat while the kids play on the polo field under your watchful eye.

Now in its 3rd generation, McGrath Clambakes & Catering is a full-service catering company that specializes in authentic old fashioned New England clambakes as well as traditional catering services. Whether you’re interested in hosting a casual family party, wedding reception or special event, our expert planners can create a memorable day in many locations in and around southern New England. With over 45 years in the business, you can count on McGrath to provide a completely customized experience for you and your guests. (401) 847-7743 Email:

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250 Linden Ln, Portsmouth, Rhode Island 02871

Boston Seafood Festival 2016

The Boston Seafood Festival will be on Sunday August 7th 11-7pm at the Boston Fish Pier . The seafood fest  offer a full day of events focused on educating the public about the local and global elements at play in New England’s dynamic fishing industry. Xjyo6d7r

The event will include:


Harpoon Beer Garden

Kids Activities

Amazing Food Vendors & Food Trucks *Yes, we will have non-seafood items too!

Smoothies & coffee

Boston Artists

Sea-Themed Crafts and T-Shirts

Celebrity Chef Demos

Oyster Shucking Contest with cash prizes!

Live entertainment

Blessing of the Fleet

All-Day Lobster Bake Tent

Volunteer opportunities


And more!!

Tickets buy online

General Tickets  12 and older $15  Kids  5-11 $5.00 under 5 free

Lobster bake Lobster Bake Ticket** (INCLUDES ADMISSION)*Includes 1- Lobster, Steamed Clams, Corn on the Cob, Pasta Salad and a Roll!  $50

VIP** Includes General Admission, VIP Tote bag, 2 Drinks from Beer Garden, 1 Lobster Bake Ticket   $80


Boston Fish Pier
212 Northern Ave, Boston, Massachusetts 02210


Where to Dine at Marina Bay Quincy Siros Restaurant

Srios  restaurants  is an  Italian restaurant   turning out pastas, entrees & pizzas, with outdoor seating overlooking Marina Bay in Quincy MA.  Siros is part of the East Drink Mingle restaurant group that also include Port 305 and Blue that are on the boardwalk as well.  Where to Dine at Marina Bay Quincy Siros Restaurant

Where to eat on Marina Bay Quincy

Here is the Swampie buzz of   Siros n  ItaliaRestaurant Marina Bay

My sister and I took my mom to Siro’s at marina bay for Mother’s Day. Had made reservations , got a nice window seat. Even though the weather was not that great the view was still nice. Had the best waitress Jen. Came over and took are drink orders right away. They had a special menu for Mother’s Day. We started with the Lobster Bisque. It was very good. My sister and I ordered the Filet with Lobster. Came out just how we ordered it. Was a good size filet.. Also came with two good sized lobster pieces. Mom got the scallops which was also good. The waitress Jen was excellent. She checked on us thoughout the meal, even when she had a lot of other tables including a large party.

Went to Siros in Marina Bay last night with my cousin. Wow…we seated outside under cover looking out over the harbor and with a view of Boston. Then the downpours and thunder and lightening started! It was awesome…because we were out there but under cover! We started with rolled eggplant which was thin sliced with some kind of cheese (goat maybe) and lightly fried. To die for. Then came beet salad which is always a huge favorite…the roasted beets and whipped ricotta/goat was delish! Next…seafood risotto. OMG. Huge pieces of lobster and large scallops and large shrimp in a delicious cream sauce. So not good for and worth every calorie! Dessert was tiramisou. Creamy and sweet and a great ending! Our waitress was so busy and so sweet! Can’t wait to go back!!

Great food always ! Chicken Parmesan is fantastic. Caesar Salad is fantastic.
Eggplant Rollitini is excellent and the
Hummus and bread is great too !
Have never once had less than an excellent
Meal here… The staff is very professional
And friendly , and always provide perfect service. The place is very attractive inside
And the views are nice too ! Have been going here since it first opened and Will always go back

Have been here for many functions (showers, birthdays, retirements) and many more times just for lunch/dinner. Always love it! Location food and hospitality are wonderful.

This place could not be more perfect! Took my husband for
his birthday dinner and was everything we wanted it to be. Our waitress, Jen was so pleasurable and always made sure we were happy. Food was amazing. Can’t wait to
visit again.

Took my aunt for her birthday lunch and the food was great! the  waitress Liz was  awesome. They were very friendly and accommodating. Great place to celebrate special occasion. Nice boardwalk and view added. Will come and dine again!

We enjoyed amazing, delicious pan seared halibut on a bed of lobster and corn risotto today! Absolutely delicious! Beautiful day on Marina Bay boardwalk at SIROS


2016 Spring and Summer Kitchen Hours –
Sunday Brunch, Lunch and Dinner 11 – 10
Tues – Wed -Thur – Fri – Dinner 4 – 10
Saturday Lunch and Dinner 11 – 10
We will be open on Monday, July 4 and Monday, September 5!

Siros Restaurant, 307 Victory Road, Quincy (Marina Bay), MA 02171.

Newport Mansions’ Wine & Food Festival 2016

Celebrating its 11th year, the Newport Mansions Wine & Food Festival has been called “the best wine and food festival in the country,” and “the Rhode Island Festival that all others are judged against.” Featuring a gala cocktail party, two days of Grand Tastings, seminars, special wine dinners and much more, this exclusive weekend is held in one of the most spectacular settings in America.

Thursday, September 22 – Sunday, September 25, 2016
Rosecliff, The Elms & Marble House, Newport, RI

Two-day Grand Tasting with hundreds of wines under the big tents on the lawn of Marble House    Details

Celebrity chef appearances and cooking demonstrations by national, regional and local chefs


Educational Seminars with leading food and wine experts    Details


Wine & Rosecliff  Gala     Details


NEW! The Vintner Dinner-Women in Whites      Details


NEW!  The Bordeaux Dinner at The Elms   Details


NEW!  Sunday Jazz Brunch in the Gold Room   Details


Newport After Dark party    Details

Free parking is provided at Easton’s Beach on Memorial Boulevard, with free shuttle transportation to and from Marble House.

NOTE: All attendees must be over 21.

Where to Dine on the Quincy WaterFront The Inn at Bay Pointe

The Inn at Bay Pointe  in Quincy  aims to be the South Shore’s premier destination for the freshest local and exotic seafood, perfectly grilled steaks and chops and a creatively executed menu that showcases quality and quantity at reasonable prices.Where to Dine on the Quincy WaterFront  The Inn at Bay Pointe

Summer 2015 marked the debut of the  brand new, state-of-the-art deck, bar & lounge on Quincy’s beautiful waterfront. And this summer season is going to be even better and more fun with the addition of our massive, hand-built raw bar which will feature the freshest shellfish from local waters, all shucked to order! There’s nothing better than ice cold oysters and cocktails as you relax by the water on a warm summer evening! Our custom deck also boasts a huge bar, comfortable and stylish new furniture, beautiful landscaping, a modern sound system, HD televisions and an unbeatable ocean view ideal for summer dining. Dining outside is not the same as dining outside by the water! Come join us and find out why for yourself!

Picturesque water views. Hazy sunsets. Moonlit nights. Gentle breezes. The old song had it right. There is nothing better than sitting on the dock of the bay. Nestled inside Bay Pointe Marina in Quincy, on the South Shore of Massachusetts, The Inn at Bay Pointe sits on the docks amongst the boats and alongside the bay and offers a spectacular New England backdrop for both innovative and traditional fin fare fresh from local markets. In the summer months, relax and watch the boats drift by from our large seaside deck or dine year round inside where nearly every seat in our dining room overlooks the water and adjacent marina and a sophisticated 13619845_1139055969469204_1625008592909454799_nnautical décor creates an ambiance of simple elegance.

For seafood lovers, the chef offers the “Bay Pointe Fish Market Menu”, a separate selection above and beyond the daily menus that boasts a variety of fresh fish that can be prepared to your specifications. The fish offered on any given day depends on seasonality and availability and will change on a daily basis depending on what our fishermen can supply, just like an actual fish market.

Here is the Swampie buzz of the The  Inn at the Bay Pointe in Quincy  

The Inn At Bay Pointe in Quincy on the waterfront!
I had mouthwatering mussels in a white wine garlic + sauce. I’m afraid I had had 2 drinks so it looks a little blurry today!!point is, I’d get them again!!! Bon appetit!!

We had a pre-birthday celebration @ Inn @ Bay Point last night. Per usual the food was 13254495_1112416075466527_3522686653623408071_nAMAZING & our server Danielle was top notch !! Great night with family & loved ones. !!

Service was impeccable, stuff knowledgeable, fast, attentive, visually pleasing and “patient”
Portions were largr  generous, cost reasonable and arrangement and presentation mouth watering. Forget about the cherry on top … The part when we’re overlooking the marina and feeling the breeze on a beautiful outdoor patio.

From the moment I walked in to the second I left it was an awesome experience. The food was top notch! Staff happy, helpful and efficient. I recommend this restaurant experience to anyone.

My sisters and I went here for first time yesterday on Mother’s Day after seeing it advertised on talked about online  at the swampie  The atmosphere, staff, and food were all great. The portion sizes were huge too. We tried the prime rib and baked stuffed lobster everyone was satisfied. After dinner, we went outside in back to the gazebo and took some pictures. We definitely will be going back there!

Wonderful food! beautiful view! best the best thing to do is always have reservations  especially on a summer weekend  so you can just get right in and enjoy yourself but walk-ins are always welcome.

Excellent restaurant and amazing meal!!!! We got the oysters as an appetizer, the 2 lb. baked stuffed lobster, and broiled scallops…. oh my yummy

Went for my 3rd time tonight with my hubby  and sat outside on the deck. Had about a 20 minute wait for an outdoor  table so grabbed a drink at the bar and enjoyed the views. Beautiful weather with good drinks and great food. I got the seared shrimp and scallops and hubby  got the blackened chicken pasta. We both loved our meals, but I think his won. The pasta sauce was delicious. Will definitely be back again this summer.

Great spot for a casual  lunch. Everyone’s food  was delicious and service was on point. Two overflowing bread baskets for our large  table of 6, calamari was fresh with a delicious aioli, steak was tender, scrod was light and flaky, swordfish melted in your mouth, and I was extremely happy with my cobb salad with added shrimp. Will def be back soon.

After not having a great experience, I wantedto try again  My husband and I went on a Monday night.  Got seated right away at a water front table. Had an excellent waitress named Maria  that was new but never would of known it, friendly personable checked in wiht us when needed . She did an outstanding job. Got the scollops and lobster risoto. Was delicious husband got the lobster mac and cheese was also good.

Open year round, Everyday

Lunch: 11:30am-4pm Daily (No Lunch on Sunday)
Dinner: 4pm-10pm Monday-Thursday
4pm-11pm Friday & Saturday
12pm-10pm Sunday
Brunch: 10am-2pm Every Sunday

We are located at the end of a small residential side street (Washington Court) off Route 3A/Washington Street, in the Quincy Point section of Quincy, Massachusetts only about a mile or so from the Fore River Bridge which separates Quincy from Weymouth. Nearby landmarks of note include the USS Salem, the Quincy Shipyard, Fore River Bridge and Bay Pointe Marina, where the restaurant in located. We are only a few short miles from Quincy Center and Route 3 as well as nearby Route 53.

Feel free to utilize your GPS to find us by entering our address:
64 Washington Court, Quincy, Massachusetts

A Night At The Brewseum 2016 Children’s Museum in Easton‎

The 3rd  craft beer fundraiser, A Night at the Brewseum returns on Saturday August 27th, 2016 from 4:00-7:00 pm at the  Children’s Museum in Easton. This “adult only” fundraiser will be held both inside The Old Fire Station, and outdoors in The Wild Place – our outdoor learning center.

A Night At The Brewseum 2016 Children's Museum in Easton‎

We heard you! This year we are expanding our space for your comfort! Adding more elbow room will ensure that all guests enjoy the event and all that our outdoor space has to offer!
Come and enjoy our Craft Beer Expo featuring…
Tastings of local craft beers, ciders, and artisanal beverages from…
Beer Works Beer Works
Blue Hills Brewery Blue Hills Brewery
Clown Shoes Clown Shoes
Downeast Cider House Downeast Cider House
Farmer Willie’s Farmer Willies
Jack’s Abby Jack’s Abby
Lord Hobo Brewing Lord Hobo
Narragansett Brewing Narragansett Beer
Peak Organic Brewing Peak Organic
Wachusett Brewing Wachusett Brewing
And many more!!
Our 3rd Annual Home Brewing Competition:
Enter your home brew to be judged by restauranteurs, bartenders, and local beer experts! Check out this page for more information.
Great food to purchase
Stoneforge Grill
Check back for more details on food vendors!
~Complimentary Eats like…
Popcorn & Pretzels from The Bank of Easton
And so much more!!
And back by popular demand… The Wolfpack!!!

General Admission Tickets available as well as Designated Driver Tickets!


The Children’s Museum in Easton is an educational, cultural, and social learning center for children and families, with a primary focus on children ages 1-8.
Our mission is to help children and families become life-long learners, using hands-on experience as the key to stimulating curiosity and motivating learning.

Tickets are $30 

Children’s Museum In Easton
9 Sullivan Avenue, North Easton, MA 02356

Father Bill & MainSpring FoodFest 2016 in Hingham MA

Father Bill’s & MainSpring  non-profit organization dedicated to ending homelessness in Southern MA, will host its annual FoodFest fundraiser on Tuesday, July 26, from 6 to 9pm  at The Launch at Hingham Shipyard (VIP party begins at 5:00 p.m. at Hingham Beer Works).   Father Bill & MainSpring FoodFest 2016 in Hingham MA
FoodFest 2016 features up to 40 of the South Shore’s finest restaurants, bakeries and beverage distributors, offering their signature samples, while guests are entertained by live music from District 21 and have the opportunity to participate in a silent auction, wine pull and raffles. Tickets are $150 per person and can be purchased online
FBMS hopes to raise $300,000 to close the 54% funding gap in its emergency shelters. Father Bill’s & MainSpring provides emergency and permanent housing, work force development and prevention services annually to about 5,000 individuals across the South Shore area, including families with children.

Current Participating Restaurant and Beverage Vendors, with more to be announced:
 Abby Park, Milton
 Alma Nove, Hingham
 Bia Bistro, Cohasset
 Bistro Chi & Kama Lounge, Quincy
 Boathouse Bistro, Hingham
 Brookdale Quincy Bay, Quincy
 The Corner Stop, Cohasset
 Costco, Avon
 Cypress Catering, Milton
 Fire It Up! Flatbread, Kingston
 FBMS FoodWorks, Brockton & Quincy
 The Fours, Quincy
 Fratelli’s, Quincy
 The Fruit Center Marketplace, Milton & Hingham
 Fuji 1546, Quincy
 The Galley, Scituate
 Ginger Betty’s, Quincy
 Greenside Grille, Hingham
 Jake’s Seafood , Hull
 Just Add Cooking, Boston
 The Lantana, Randolph
 Lavishly Dunn Catering, Hanover
 Legal C Bar, Hingham
 The Lobster Barn, Abington
 Margaritas, Weymouth
 Marylou’s Coffee, South Shore
 Menchie’s, Hingham
 Montilio’s, Quincy
 Nona’s Ice Cream, Hingham
 Novara, Milton
 Peel Pizza Co., Cohasset & Hingham
 Phillips Chocolates, South Boston
 Punjab Café, Quincy
 The Quarry Restaurant & Lounge, Hingham
 Simpson Springs, Easton
 Teen Challenge Catering, Brockton
 The Tinker’s Son, Norwell
 Trident, Hingham

Trident Raw Bar and Galley to Open up at Hingham Shipyard

Hingham Shipyard will have a new restaurant by the end of the summer  Trident Raw Bar and Galley from the owner The Tinker’s Son Norwell  Bia Bistro  Cohasset  and Galley Scituate!!  Swampies have loved their other restaurants and this will be sure to be another favorite.  Trident Raw Bar and Galley to Open up at Hingham Shipyard

Last week, the selectmen voted to approve the liquor and entertainment licenses for Trident Raw Bar and Galley. The establishment is located in the former Union Fish location.
Owner and manager John Brian Houlihan comes to Hingham with 30 years of experience in the restaurant business. He currently owns restaurants and bars in Norwell, Cohasset, and Scituate. Previously he was the executive chef at the Bostonian and Four Seasons.

Local, Sustainability Minded, Creative Small Plates / Tapas Style with a focus on our extensive Raw Bar menu and a Wine and Craft Cocktail focused Bar.

Owner Brian Houlihan’s love affair with the restaurant industry began at the age of 13 during a stint as a bottle boy for The Powder Mill Hotel in his hometown of Ballincollig, County Cork. Upon completion of culinary school in Ireland, he ventured abroad at the age of 18 and landed a position with The Harvard Club in Boston followed by roles as the Sous Chef of The Four Seasons and the Executive Chef of The Bostonian Hotel. Now Brian is smitten with the South Shore and it seems the feeling is mutual!


Trident Raw Bar & Galley, 23 Shipyard Drive, Hingham