Chart House Reunion

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Bluewater Boathouse Seafood Grill says
Probably no restaurant better defined California in the 1970s and 1980s than the Chart House. Occupying the current home of the Bluewater Boathouse from 1969 to 2001, the Coronado Chart House was the fourth in this historic line of restaurants and a local legend. In fact, so close are the ties between our two restaurants that many Chart House veterans continue to work at Bluewater Boathouse.

We want to pay tribute to this special era, and to the thousands who called Chart House – ANY Chart House – home.

Join us for a very special reunion of Chart House employees at the site of one of the most famous Chart Houses ever. We’ll be pairing bite-sized samples of classic items from the old Chart House plank menu -- Hawaiian Chicken, Teriyaki Sirloin, Steamed Mushrooms, Artichokes, and Coconut Shrimp – with cocktails, stories and blasts from the past.

If you’ve ever worked at a Chart House – again, any Chart House – this reunion is for you. That means all walks of restaurant life, from management to HR; from hostesses to kitchen crew; from busboys to waiters. Admission is free and we’ll cover the food. A no-host bar will offer drinks both upstairs and down. And we have plenty of free parking.

All you need to do is bring your vintage Hawaiian shirts (or favorite Chart House apparel) and your memories and memorabilia to share. Who knows – if it’s a hit, we may even make it an annual event.

A "Ships' Log" will greet you at the door to get your name, your “home” Chart House, dates of your employment, and an email address so we can alert you about future reunions.

Please RSVP on the Bluewater Boathouse Seafood Grill Facebook page and tell any other long-lost members of the Chart House family. We want to make this a “full family” event!
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