The Fix: Boston's Local Seafood

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Row 34
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Legal Harborside
©Chip Nestor
Legal Harborside

My favorite seafood hails from any of the Legal Sea Foods locations around the city. You can’t go wrong with anything on their menus. I’m a sucker for their shellfish.

—Kristin Quinn, Writer, @MisadventuresinMommyhood

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Island Creek Oyster Bar
Courtesy Island Creek Oyster Bar Boston
Island Creek Oyster Bar

I’m supposed to pick one? Today I’ll say oysters. It’s a good thing that Boston has so many great spots for oysters. Favorites include Island Creek Oyster Bar.

—Gillian Britt, Executive Editor, @eatdrinklucky

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The Lobster Pool
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The Lobster Pool

I like The Lobster Pool in Rockport: an intimate, rustic setting with the water right there next to you. It’s a great value, especially considering it’s BYOB!

Paul Delios, Co-owner, @kanes_donuts

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Union Oyster House
©Leigh Harrington
Union Oyster House

My favorite Boston Seafood would have to be clam chowder in October. The Union Oyster House is a personal favorite.

—Mark Keaney, Brand Consultant, @markkeaney2pt0

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B&G Oysters
Courtesy B&G Oysters
B&G Oysters

B&G Oysters has a life-changing lobster BLT. It’s been my favorite dish in the city for years.

—Matt Simko, TV Host, @SimkoSays

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Row 34
©Morgan Ione Photography
Row 34

Row 34 is excellent for an afternoon sampling of Wellfleet or Duxbury oysters paired up with a local beer.

—Kellie Speed, Writer/Editor, @hauteliving

By WhereTraveler Staff on 10/06/2017

Boston and the surrounding area has some of the finest seafood joints in the world—some are coastal shacks, others fine dining establishments in the heart of the city, and most of them are hands-down fantastic. Our team of local social media influencers and insiders offers you the inside track on where to find the best lobsters, oysters, clams and other saline treats.