Newburyport Massachusetts Food
Welcome to Newburyport Food Crawl, a series in which employees of Eater Boston will guide you virtually through various food crawls in the Boston area. The restaurant in Newburntport, MA, is dedicated to the cuisine and culture of the city and its people.
While seafood is the star here, Newburyport also has a number of restaurants serving ethnic and classic American cuisine. As a foodie, it's a great way to sample a wide selection of local foods as well as some of Boston's most popular restaurants. The pizzeria's menu is rounded off by the Newburntport Seafood Festival, which celebrates the city's seafood culture.
The front of the restaurant allows customers to experience all the action in the marketplace, and the waterfront offers great views of the waterfront of Newburyport as well as the city skyline. Take a break at the park for roast mussels, try lobster rolls at Starboard Galley Restaurant or visit the Seaglass Restaurant & Lounge on Salisbury Beach for a picture perfect view with crashing waves. Enjoy views from the bar and dining area of Newburntport Seafood Festival and enjoy a delicious fish dinner with a glass of wine or beer on the beach.
For more information about the Newburntport Seafood Festival, please contact the Newburyport Food & Beverage Department at (617) 542-5555.
The Newburntport Seafood Festival is open to the public on Saturday 29 July and Sunday 1 August from 11am to 5pm at Newburyport Public Library.
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The convivial atmosphere of the inn attracts with live music and a lively atmosphere. Across the road, you can visit the Irish Pub, which also offers live music and a cheerful, cheerful atmosphere. The tavern of this popular brewery has become a popular meeting place for locals, with live music several evenings a week, table football and of course craft beer.
There is also the Audubon Center on Plum Island Turnpike, which houses the Newburyport Museum and Museum of Natural History, as well as a number of other local museums.
For a more rural flavour, a five-minute drive from the city centre will take you to Spencer Peirce Little Farm in Newbury. Add the sculpture - the Clipper City Rail Trail, the cobbled path that leads from the suburban train station to downtown - and you have the perfect mini-break from Boston.
Grab a beer at Grog, a local staple, and sip a few bubbles at Ceias Kitchen & Bar in the city, which is also owned by the Caswell Restaurant Group. Cea's is revered for its crayfish, and offers lobster, hake, octopus, cod and clams, as well as French-influenced meat dishes. Visit the Newbury Seafood Market on the corner of the main and main streets or one of the many fish markets in the city centre, such as the Lobster Bar and the fish market. Also just a minute's walk away is the local fish market with a wide selection of fresh seafood, oysters, crabs and seafood sandwiches, as well as a variety of artisanal cheeses and pastries. Ceias Kitchen and Bar is another place where you can find fantastic seafood at a reasonable price - just $5 for a glass of wine or $7 for two.
The selection of comestibles from all over the world includes spices, tea, chocolate, crackers and tableware, and is only surpassed by the cheese, sausage and ready-made packs. The fresh menu offers a variety of well-prepared sandwiches, salads, soups and salads to satisfy every palate.
The menu rotates, and guests can count on a rotating menu with a variety of specialties that can be found in a variety of settings, such as sandwiches, soups, salads, pasta, desserts and more.
You can also have your favourite Dominoes dishes delivered directly to your car with Dominosas Carside Delivery C. Domano's locations are in Newburyport, and you can order your food online or by phone at 1-888-743-5555 or in person at the restaurant.
If it's a Sunday night and the food is good, grab a beer or two and walk down the stairs and listen to some very good blues while listening to the best blues. Order the fried clam and enjoy it while watching the sunset at Plum Island Marsh BYOB. You can also order it with other New England favorites at the Newburyport Seafood Bar and Grill or at any of the other restaurants in the area.
Make a day of it at Newburyport Brewing Company, a brewery that recently opened on nearby New Weide Road, where the old term for identifying Newburyport residents at sea that can appear on the front of the building can be unlocked.