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Came here with my family and our family friends for dinner. Restaurant is beautiful and fitting for any occasion. Ended up finding this restaurant through Opentable and we were very impressed. All of our meals were incredible and the service was exceptional. Definitely recommend for any occasion or get other, whether it’s dinner and drinks with friends or a celebratory gathering. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Was in town for a long weekend. We stumbled across the restaurant and decided to try it for dinner. we out ourselves in the servers hands and let him pick our food. Everything was great. Restaurant was a little due to a private party but it didn't interfere with our evening. Nice little place to enjoy a great bottle of wine and some awesome food. I will be back MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Aldo’s offers a number of Italian and seafood favorites all made fresh from only the finest ingredients. Our extensive menu offers a variety of Seafood and Pasta specials, Subs, Salads and Appetizer all made from the highest quality meats, breads and vegetables. In addition to our cuisine, we also have a full bar stocked with all the drinks for you to enjoy with your meal.More
Since 2009 when we opened our first slice shop on Congress Street in downtown Portland, we’ve been striving to elevate the pizza experience. It starts with the ingredients – high quality, local when possible – and the toppings – creative and comforting. Mashed potatoes? Tortellini? Cranberries on a pizza? These are just a few of the things we tried – and they worked. “The Masher” with mashed potato, scallion, and bacon is one of our most popular pies. And people thought it was weird when we first put it on the menu.
Making simple food isn’t easy. We are continuously working to make sure every pizza is perfect and every slice unforgettable. Whether it be from one of our slice counters, or in one of our full service dining rooms, every member of our team is motivated by this goal of consistently well-executed, uncomplicated food.More
Pearl offers delicious, fresh local seafood, an array of craft and local beers, wine, cocktails, and some of the greatest views that you will find anywhere. We use local fisherman and growers whenever possible to not only provide the best possible dining experience, but also to support our fellow Cape Cod businesses.
Any good Pearl starts with an oyster. Pearl’s raw bar is already legendary. Located on our enclosed rear deck and situated on the serene marshland, the raw bar is constructed from the re-purposed transom of an old wooden fishing boat. Behind the boat you will find the freshest oysters anywhere! When we say they are farmed right across the street we do not exaggerate. You can almost throw the oysters from the farm to our restaurant, but we use a clean white pick up truck instead.More
Welcome to edwige, Rustic Casual Provincetown Breakfast & Dinner hot-spot since 1974.
In a town known for good food and good times, this cozy nook of a restaurant has risen above its competition for nearly 45 years to become an iconic destination for brunch and dinner. Last season, it changed hands. Courtney Hurst, former bus person/waitress/bartender/manager of Edwige, bought it from her mentor, Nancyann Meads, and is committed to delighting Edwige regulars and newcomers. Courtney, Chef Kieran Toivonen and their team of experienced and passionate hospitality all-stars are amped to grow even further this iconic brand. We hope you’ll be our guests so you can see how we’re respecting, and exceeding, the restaurant’s reputation.More
Beantown, dubbed for the baked beans that put the city on the map, is about far more than beans these days. Local restaurants channel the region’s farm-to-table traditions and celebrate the iconic seafood of New England’s coast—no trip to the region is complete without a proper lobster (pronounced “lob-stah,” steamed and served with butter and corn on-the-cob), freshly shucked oysters, fried clams—you name it. Hometown to a handful of internationally influential female restaurateurs and the inimitable legacy of Julia Child, who called Cambridge home, Boston will always be a city where liberal sensibilities meet a global approach, in politics and on the plate.