This multi-story, seafood-focused enterprise is focused on the second floor restaurant, where a variety of locally-sourced seafood is served with aplomb. (For the full experience, try the five-course “tasting of local fishes” menu.) Patrons looking for something lighter can visit the Moon Bar, and for those in a hurry, there's Cusser's, a street-level takeaway spot specializing in seafood and roast beef. Or, to experience their greatest hits in a buzzy culinary-focused environment, stop by the Cusser’s at Time Out Market Boston.
It’s no surprise that a city nestled on the Atlantic coast has one of the greatest bounties of seafood out there. While visitors certainly come to Boston seeking out our classic seafood dishes– think fried clams, chowder, and baked cod– these days, they’re also likely to find boundary-pushing options in addition to the classics. From the classic seafood shacks to haute cuisine, Boston’s seafood restaurants are plentiful. Fishing for more inspiration? Check out the best clam chowder in Boston, the best lobster in Boston or the best oyster bars in Boston. And when weather permits, grabbing a seat at one of Boston's best places for waterfront dining will let you add serious coastal ambiance to your already amazing seafood experience.
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