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Where to Dine at Marina Bay Quincy Port 305 Restaurant

Port 305 is a seafood restaurant and bar  located on the Marina Bay waterfront  that maintains a casual elegance for its diners. Being located near  Boston, this restaurant  has access to some of the freshest seafood around, and it definitely takes advantage of that.

The interior of the restaurant is quite small, with the centrally located bar dominating the dining room. There are only a few booths scattered around the bartops, as well as a small deck outside where guests can gather when the weather permits.  There is a great function room as well.

The menu at Port 305 is very seafood heavy, but those that are in the mo od for something different have several things to enjoy as well.   Port 305 is a sister restaurant to Siros, an upscale Italian restaurant that is around the corner on the Marina Bay  boardwalk

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I sat at the bar with 2 friends and we had drinks and appetizers. Erin our bartender was great, fun to talk to, funny and very personable. The apps were very good and the Apple Sangria was amazing. Next time I go I will have dinner but based on what I did eat I’m sure it will be fabulous!

Great food, fun and knowledgeable staff and captivating views… a must go-to spot for a night or day out.

Wonderful atmosphere, wonderful seafood    wonderful service, wonderful view of the Marina bay waterfront. A great experience for our girls night out

Great. Food. And drinks. Really enjoy their  mussels.  I

Great place good food plenty of beers plenty of TVs there. Great views in the summertime. The employees are stellar.

first time out in Quincy after a client meeting and Port 305 was well known by the locals. There are a few bars in the area along the  Marina Bay docks.    Nice view, but we just missed the sun going behind the building which would have brightened up the outside deck a little. We sat outside anyway since the day was great. It was a beer and  app afternoon. The clams and Nachos were good. Pot stickers went pretty fast as did the wings. Reasonable prices and a good beer selection. I can’t imagine there are too many places for the local businesses to head to after work so this place must get busy.

I recently attended a small function here. For a buffet, the food was superb. It was served fresh, tastefully and hot. It was displayed very nicely and the variety was fantastic. The staff was extremely friendly, continually helpful and always willing to go out of their way to get you anything . Great place for a small function.

Sat outside overlooking the marina on a gorgeous sunny day.The quality of the food was excellent.  I had the Turkey Club with Asparagus – fresh and flavorful  My boyfriend   had a burger with pub fries – perfectly cooked and tasty  This is a perfect spot on a sunny day – pricey, but well worth it for the view of Boston harbor.


Spring and Summer Kitchen Hours – Open 7 days for Lunch and Dinner
Sunday through Thursday 11 am – 10 pm
Friday and Saturday 11 am – 11 pm

Port 305, 305 Victory Road (Marina Bay), North Quincy, MA, 02171.

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

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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.

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


Where to Dine at Marina Bay Quincy Captain Fishbones

Captain Fishbones in Marina Bay waterfront in  Quincy  offers the Boston areas finest dining. They  specialize in Seafood, Steaks, Pasta, Desserts and much, much more. You will be dazzled by the  fine food and desserts, as well as the most comfortable and exciting atmosphere offered in Marina Bay. If you are looking for a place for a nice night out with your loved one or just looking for a place for a meal with some friends…Captain Fishbones is the place! They also have function room for any occassion.  Where to Dine at Marina Bay Quincy Captain Fishbones

They have  our indoor and outdoor dining areas. If you are looking to catch the game and have a couple drinks and some great appetizers, check out our bar and outside deck bar…you’ll love both  They also have   Sunday Brunch Buffet 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Where to eat on Marina Bay Quincy

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Lunch at Captain Fishbones , Marina Bay, Quincy. Delicious scrod topped with lobster and shrimp tacos. The weather didn’t hurt, either.

My first time for sunday Brunch. Food was good they make waffles and omlets (only bacon & sausage patties for meat). The atmosphere was great was able to see the  game while eating and drinking my complimentary mimosa. While playing Keno. It was a good time with family. Cant wait to do it again!

Sunday brunch was solid. Mimosas built right. Booths very spacious. Service on point. Great view. Try it out. Get there early.

From the mussel appetizer to the grilled swordfish & seafood Alfredo, an amazing meal. If you make it to Quincy, this is a must stop that will exceed your expections. BTW, the bartender mixes a wicked dry Martini and make sure you ask for Rebecca as your server.

Wonderful food, welcoming atmosphere…scallops are to die for. Highly recommend the cantaloupe martini. Definitely our favorite at Marina Bay!

Great service and great burger!! We sat at the outside bar on the water and it was amazing!!

Great service this evening. Had the scallops which were delicious. Toms burger was a little cooked for medium overall food was good.

Captain Fishbones  Marina Bay Quincy

Monday thru Thursday menu is served 11:30 am – 10 pm and pizzas until 11 pm
Friday and Saturday menu is served 11:30 am-11 pm and pizzas until 12 am
Sunday menu is served 1 pm- 10 pm and pizzas until 11 pm

332 Victory Rd, Quincy, Massachusetts 02171

Where to Dine on the Scituate WaterFront TKO Malley’s Sports Cafe

T.K.O. Malley’s is “Scituated” overlooking on of New England’s most scenic and historic working harbors. A few advantages to our central location… we are nestled in a “walkable” Scituate Harbor among several specialty shops and galleries. Join us for dinner and drinks then take a stroll through the beautiful harbor. Also watch the fishing fleet bring in their daily catch while you enjoy your dining experience. The working Town Pier is visible from both our indoor dining room and outdoor patio.

Where to Dine on the Scituate WaterFront  TKO Malley’s  Sports Cafe

T.K.O. Malley’s offers a full service dining room, 35 stool indoor bar and sports lounge, a seasonal outdoor bar and patio, and our newest addition transient boat dock. We take pride in ensuring you a clean, entertaining and value conscience experience. The Food and Beverages we provide are prepared to give our customers the highest quality and most satisfying experience. We offer a wide selection of food choices from Burgers, Sandwiches and homemade Pizzas to Steak, Poultry and Seafood Dishes. Take a look at our Menu and be sure to try our award winning Seafood Chowder!

Wicked Trivia is a Team Based Game that is played at Bars & Restaurants throughout the Greater Boston area. While Trivia can be found at many places, we take tremendous pride in the level of fun we provide. We also offer this as an Add-On feature to our Disc Jockey Service. All of Our Hosts are Professional Disc Jockeys
They specialize in One Thing Fun…!
We offer prizes for our Winning Teams, so brings your friends & your thinking caps!
Wednesday Nights S I N G O!
Great Fun!!
Music Bingo from 6:30-8:00! If you like Wicked Trivia on Thursday, you’ll love SINGO on Wednesday nights! Also, Sizzlin’ Dinner Specials including your favorite: Fajitas!!

Where to eat on the waterfront in Scituate 

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Braved the hot sun and traffic to meet a friend in Scituate by the water. we  started at TKO Malleys for drinks! Al fresco was nice, as they have a small pier for sight-seeing and umbrellas for shade. I tried a Nor’easter with Crown Royal Maple, ginger beer and fresh lime juice. A good drink. Our little one enjoyed her chicken veggie soup and a walk on the pier.

Excellent Sports Bar with a splendid harbor view totally the best of both worlds. Food was of a great variety from snacks to meals

Very fun and comfortable atmosphere, and the food was very good! Staff was very friendly, would love to go here again!

This has to be one of my favorite spots to go in Scituate. You have to eat outside for sure. The view is amazing. The lobster roll I found was the best around. Can’t wait to try something else on the menu.

Great place! Location is perfect during the summer months try to sit outside . Food is good. Service is great. Beer is cold.

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T.K.O. Malley’s Sports Cafe

11:30 am – 1:00 am

Where to Dine on the Scituate WaterFront Barker Tavern

Barker Tavern is overlooking Scituate Harbor, and centrally located between Boston and Cape Cod, the Barker Tavern is the ideal intimate setting for a unique and memorable dining experience.,date night, special occassions.  Whether you’re for looking a quiet comfortable evening of fine food and wine or a lively meal of hearty sandwiches and cold beer or maybe you need to schedule a private room for all your friends or family, the Barker Tavern is the restaurant to call.

A fully-restored 17th-century house (part of the original dwelling) is said to be one of the oldest English houses in the U.S.), the Barker Tavern is home to the well-known Eli’s Pub,  Walking into Eli’s Pub is like walking into a traditional New England pub: bracing drinks, fresh food, a warm and friendly environment, and of course, that one person who laughs a little too loud for the crowd. Kick back and enjoy yourself – you’re at Eli’s Pub!

Where to eat on the waterfront in Scituate 

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Date  night  at the Barker Tavern Scituate. Bloody’s, Oysters Rockefeller and Clams casino. Highly recommend


We went last night to Barker Tavern.
It was my first time here. The hostess remembered it was our anniversary and sat us right away.
Server brought over complimentary champagne for a toast (classy touch).
The food was very good and came out in a timely manner.
I had the baked oysters that had a creamed spinach and feta over it. Very good and filling.
I also had the 8 oz steak with a bernaise sauce asparagus and garlic mashed. All very tasty, steak was juicy and asparagus perfectly cooked.
My husband had the veal porkchop and the sautéed spinach which melted in your mouth I loved it. He could not decide on sauce so server was very nice and gave him 2 to try at no charge.
The only thing I will say is there was really no ambiance and there was a speaker in the restaurant that was playing the radio but it played commercials and there was talking which I thought was very odd to have while you were eating dinner (very small thing just distracting to hear a voice talking from a speaker).
All in all very reasonably priced meal good food. Just wished there was more of an atmosphere.

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barker3We went to The Barker Tavern in Scituate for the first time yesterday. I called for a reservation but they didn’t have anything open in the dining room. I was told that the pub side was first come, first served. We got there around 5:30 and is was filling up quickly. The pub side has their own menu but last night they were only serving off the dining room menu. I had the seafood pasta with swordfish, 2 jumbo shrimp, and a lobster tail. It was in a cream sauce with sun dried tomatoes and greens; it was delicious! The picture didn’t come out so good because I dove right in and then tried to rearrange it to look pretty again; I failed. My husband ordered the chicken piccata and it came with artichokes and mushrooms (he hates mushrooms but has learned to get them on the side and give them to me!). He is really picky about his chicken and he said that this was tender and very good, not too thick. The waitresses on the pub side were attentive and look like they really enjoy working there, chatting up customers and joking. We will definitely go back to try the simpler pub menu and also try to get a seat in the dining room sometime!

Last night we went to the Barker Tavern in Scituate to celebrate our anniversary. The food, as always, was absolutely amazing. We had the raw bar and some dolmathes to start with a Caesar salad. I love that when you say you’re going to split it they bring it to you in 2 bowls. The hubs had their seafood casserole and I had my usual broiled swordfish. Amazing. Everything is seasoned perfectly and you can cut the swordfish with a fork. I love it. One thing we did comment on is how the place has changed. 17 years ago when we were planning our wedding, you got funny looks if you weren’t in a jacket or tie. Last night people were walking in in shorts and polo shirts. The service at the Barker is always excellent.

Went to Barker’s Tavern in Scituate the other night for our fourth visit in the last year. You will be hard pressed to find a better “fancy” restaurant south of Boston. The quality of our meals, the attentiveness of the staff (especially Sal), and the ambiance is unmatched. It is pricey, but the old expression rings true, ” You get what you pay for.”

The Barker Tavern – 21 Barker Road · Scituate Harbor, Massachusetts 02066

Where to Dine on the Scituate WaterFront Mill Wharf Restaurant

The Mill wharf restaurant is located on Scituate Harbor waterfront  in the very sight  of the original mill.  Every seats  commands a panoramic viewWhere to Dine on the Scituate WaterFront Mill Wharf Restaurant
The continous  movement the fishing boats and pleasurecraft in and out of the harbor passing by the lighthouse and onto the open waters of the Atlantic side unending entertainment

In good  weather sit   on  the deck and enjoy the mill worms delicious seafood specialties the  bar is set up for your choice of appetizers to accompany cocktails or a favorite beverage inside his stork artifacts and unique antiques contrast the contemporary architecture cathedral ceilings

Open daily the lunch and dinner the Mill Wharf,  it easily  seats 200 with additional 100 on the deck  wonderful food beautifully served and exciting location will all add up to a memorable dining experience    The Mill Wharf Restaurant also has a function room where they accomdate  groups from 15-45.


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Just had dinner at Mill Wharf in Scituate. Great food and service. We are boat people and we enjoyed the view from our window seat. Mother Nature letting us know she is the boss. The water was in an uproar with the wind shaking the Windows. It was dinner and a show.

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Fish Tacos – Mill Wharf Restaurant in lovely Scituate Harbor. Margaritas and Tacos it does not get any better than this. Grilled Mahi Mahi, roasted poblano slaw, pico de gallo, red chili aioli and avocado cream. Delicious and so fresh


We love love love, absolutely, love the Mill Wharf. The food is fabulous (try the lobster stew) and the wait staff are so nice. HIGHLY recommend the Mill Wharf

What a great restaurant. We usually eat there once or twice when we visit family. The seafood is always delicious, and the “pub” fare, or comfort food is always satisfying. We’ve been there with our girls starting at about age four or five, who are now teenagers, and they’ve always been welcome and had dishes enjoyed by children.
Nothing says New England like a cove full of working and recreation craft moving in and out of the inlet. Views are terrific.

Great dinner! Went here with my hubby  and his parents. There was a 30 min wait for a table downstairs, but upstairs the tables are seat yourself. Wish we could have gotten a seat on the deck but the views inside are great too! Upstairs, you can order from the downstairs menu or the pub menu. There’s something for everyone on either one. I had the chowder and a 1 lb steamed lobster. Soooo good! The lobster was sweet and my first of the season. My husband had the surf and turf which looked great but I was too into my lobster to sample much of it. :)A really great place in a perfect spot. I recommend!

I had the chopped beet salad and it was excellent! Perfect combination of greens with dressing, cheese and beets. My husband had the caesar salad with blackened chicken and he also said was very good – ate every bite.  We’ve had mixed experiences in Scituate restaurants but the Mill Wharf was overall a good experience with prices that were appropriate.

Mill Wharf
150 Front St
Scituate, MA

Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront The Blued-Eyed Crab Grill & Rum Bar

The Blue-Eyed Crab opened in 2007 and is located along the waterfront  in Plymouth. Chef Casey’s inventive menu of fresh seafood paired with creative cocktails straight from the Caribbean makes this a local favorite. The fun and casual atmosphere is perfect for a quick lunch, after work cocktail, or a night out with friends and family. Choose from the festive dining room or the outside patio to enjoy our excellent food and great service.Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront The Blued-Eyed Crab Grill & Rum Bar

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I tried The Blue-Eyed Crab in Plymouth last night for the 1st time…it was so good I had to go back for lunch today! Love the atmosphere, bright fun colors and reggae music playing, you feel like you’re in the carribean as soon as you walk in. Waitstaff is outstanding. Just a side note that it is a little loud and small (which doesn’t bother me at all) and dinner items aka large plates are only served after 5pm. Ordered a Polynesian Surf for a drink which was phenomenal…I love me some fruity rum drinks! We ordered chowder, coconut scallops, jerk chicken buns, fish and chips and a lobster roll which was ordered by my 6 year old lol. I so badly wanted the key lime pie and rum cake for dessert but I had no room left. I might go back tomorrow for that!


Delicious food presentation and cocktails at Blue Eyed Crab in Plymouth Flounder, Salmon – cocktails were amazing and fresh


My wife and I had lunch at The Blue Eyed Crab in Plymouth. Delicious! We both had the Specials. She had the Salmon and i had the Fish and Chips. We took a picture of the menu, the inside of the reasturant and our dishes. The service was excellent. Our waitress was pleasant and knowledgable


Dinner at the Blue Eyed Crab on the Waterfront in Plymouth. Calamari appetizer was delicious- unique flavor and peppers. In my top 5 all time. I had the Crab Bisque, Crab Cakes, and a bloody mary. YUM. My husband had fish tacos and enjoyed them. My 12 year old and 5 year old had fish and chips and shrimp cocktail. Both cleaned their plates. The little guy had a plate of mashed potatoes with no complaints. Promptly seated, courteous staff, and outdoor seating was nice. Be advised they add an 18% tip for 5 or more people already (although we left more of course). Would definitely return!

170 Water Street, Plymouth, MA | 508-747-6776 |

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Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront – Patrizia’s Italy Trattoria

Patrizia’s is a contemporary Italian restaurant in downtown Plymouth waterfront where attentive service can be experienced in our elegant-casual dining rooms and on our terrace overlooking Plymouth Bay for a romantic, relaxing and more casual “al fresco” dining.  We consider “smart casual” appropriate. We recommend you dress to impress. Jeans are OK, but please avoid tees, sneakers, flip flops, hats, and informal wear.  Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront  -  Patrizia's Italy Trattoria

Our menu offers hand-made pasta, seafood, entrees, Americans’ favorites and daily specials perfectly prepared by award winning Italian chefs in keeping with the Italian farm-to-table traditions.  Patrizia’s newly renovated bar showcases an extensive collections of Italian, American and international wines, hand-crafted drinks, domestic and European beers.

Patrizia’s is the authentic Italian dining experience. Voted the Best Italian restaurant in the South Shore by The Talk of the Town.

Make Patrizia’s your restaurant where you Eat Well Every Day!

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Great food & service . They were accommodating to making changes to the menu for my children . Adult dinners were excellent . Large portions . Well cooked and served at the right temperature. Looking forward to another trip especially sitting out on the patio in the warmer weather

Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront  -  Patrizia's Italy Trattoria

Dinner in Plymouth w/hubby and son at Patrizia’s. Hubby had the veal which our son finished off hubby said was to salty. I had the Ribeye, steak fries and creamed spinach, I enjoyed mine. Josh has Orecchiette w/bric and sausage which he ate all his. It’s very pricey but we all enjoyed the company was the best oh and our son said the lava cake was AWESOME

Great dinner tonight at Patrizia’s in Plymouth. I can’t tell you the names of what we had because everything was in Italian. The appetizer was a less salty version of prosciutto with golden figs and a balsamic reduction, which we shared. Dinner was a seafood stew similar to ciopinno – absolutely delicious!

Open year-around – Tuesday-Sunday – 11:30am – 10pm

After-dinner live night entertainment. Plenty of free parking available.

Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront -Anna’s Harborside Grille

Anna’s Harborside Grille is Authentic Greek Cuisine and Contemporary American Fare in the Heart of Plymouth’s Historic Waterfront! It is a Swampie Favorite!! Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront -Anna's Harborside Grille

Perhaps it’s the smell of fresh herbs and spices being used for tonight’s special or the intimate setting where patrons are engaged in conversation while enjoying one of Anna’s signature martini drinks. High cathedral ceilings give way to an exposed kitchen where customers watch with curiosity as dinner is being prepared. The outside patio (heated and tented if needed )  is immersed with summer and there are ocean views as far as the eyes can see. However, at its core, Anna’s is more than just dining. In fact, it is an opportunity to slow down from the fast pace of life and take time to fully enjoy homemade authentic Greek Cuisine and contemporary American fare with family and friends… very similar to how Anna herself hosted dinner at her own home. We hope to see you soon!

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Roast beef with bacon and all the trimmings at Anna’s Harborside restaurant on the Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront -Anna's Harborside GrillePlymouth waterfront! DH’s finished half and has the rest for supper. I had fabulous grilled lamb kabobs on pita wrap, not your ordinary wrap but one garnished with lettuce, tomato and onion and a healthy slab of tasty sauce. Not really versed in Greek food terminology but who cares when the food is delicious. And, you have to break the Italian mold occasion. Anna’s has the freshest food, great service!

We dined at Anna’s Harborside in Plymouth tonight. It was very good. We shared calamari as an app. Two of us had the chicken santorini and one of us had the flat iron steak with mashed. We split two yummy desserts – a bread and butter cake and a strawberry shortcake. I would highly recommend!

A visit to Anna’s Harborside is always pleasant, from the greeting at the door to that last bit of food you taste before asking for a doggie bag. My guess is the owner has a lot to do with it. He greeted me tonight and even though my dining guest, granddaughter Olivia, had not arrived, immediately led me to a table. Olivia arrived moments later as the waitress, Lauren, filled the water glasses. And the feast began. Bread and dipping oil, nicely flavored with red pepper flakes. An appetizer of mussels in a tomato based sauce to share. The mussels were quite large and tasty, though I prefer the smaller variety. And, the plentiful slices of summer squash and zucchini that were in the sauce provided a nice touch. Of course, bread for soaking up that sauce. After a self-imposed meat draught, I craved a steak. The flat iron was my choice served with some oddly cut but wonderfully flavored carrots. I opted for a salad instead of potato. Olivia selected haddock with the afore mentioned carrots and mashed potato. Of course, we both had leftovers boxed and ready for tomorrow. During dinner, the owner stopped by our table and the others to check on the guests. Olivia said she enjoys going to Anna’s because of the attention the owner gives to the business. Of course, the food ranks right up there,


Family birthday dinner at Anna’s Harborside in Plymouth tonight, and a somewhat mixed review. (Sorry for no pics, but the family would have had too many “What are you doing?” comments.) I’ve been really looking forward to trying here, and I had a very uneven experience.
The Positives:
1.) The waitress did well with giving a large party enough time to talk, look over the menu, pace the apps and the meal.
2.) The apps we ordered, the hummus plate and bruschetta were AMAZING. I could have eaten the hummus with a spoon, it was that good!
3.) The kitchen was more than accommodating making a special dish for a picky nephew who also has new braces on his teeth and a sore mouth…poor kid.
4.) My husband’s lamb was good from the bite I had, although not the medium he requested but more of a medium well.
5.) Portion sizes were more than generous.
6.) The homemade potato chips were so good!
The “Meh”:
1.) It was so hot and dry in there due to the small size and general proximity to the kitchen. I wished the water refills were more abundant.
2.) We were allowed to bring in a cake, but were short 1 plate for dessert. I passed on dessert, so it wasn’t a big deal, but even my sister-in-law commented that it was good I passed, otherwise it would have gotten awkward.

What a delicious lunch at Anna’s Harborside Grille today! Nice selection of beers, many choices of wine by the glass, fresh side salads (anchovies with the Caesar, lots of olives with the Greek), BBQ pulled pork sandwich with bacon was devoured, and grilled portobello sandwich with roasted red peppers was amazing! Great service too. My third visit to Anna’s, each as good, if not better, than the last.

Went to Anna’s Harborside for lunch in Plymouth today. We started with clam chowder, this anna'swas very good, quite a bit of clams lounging in the bowl (yummy) and grape leaves (was told this was very good, but he still likes it the way he grew up with tomato sauce. I got the burger great size! I started it with a few bites with the bun, but getting too full so I finished it without frown emoticon it was tasty, the fries were enormous and hot and perfectly seasoned. The lamb kabobs was an entree seen in this picture they looked and tasted amazing… good choice

Anna’s Harborside Grille

145 Water St, Plymouth, MA 02360 | (508) 591-7372
Open Daily 11:30 AM – 1:00 AM