Reviews on Seafood food in Medford, Massachusetts, United States. Medford is a city 3.2 miles northwest of downtown Boston on the Mystic River in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. In the 2010 U.S. Census, Medford's population was 56,173. It is home to Tufts University.
Things to do in Medford
4 based on 190 reviews
We had a great dinner at the bar. Great service and plenty of room. We had a couple of local craft beers (they also had a nice wine selection): started with calamari appetizer and continued with a Tuna BLT and a lobster roll. Great atmosphere
4 based on 170 reviews
With a nod to the industrial past of the location, Legal on the Mystic was built to have a broad appeal and meld traditional with contemporary. The menu was assembled to provide a casual, social dining experience. The emphasis is on plates to share, salad
Couples, families, friends....we love Legal. The personalized service, fresh crab cakes every time, best chowder in the world and lively vibe makes Legal the best. On a very busy, lovely summer Friday evening on Assembly Row, the restaurant hummed along in a classy fashion. A reflection of proper management. Grazie Mille Colin!
4 based on 386 reviews
Variety of sea fare. Reasonable,prices. Nice downtown ambiance. Free parking on street or lot in the rear. Waitress was busy but attentive.
4 based on 113 reviews
Out of the Blue has been a fixture in Somerville for years, and it has maintained a loyal clientele thanks to the consistently good seafood, low-key unpretentious setting, and professional service. The menu is fairly traditional with grilled and fried options, as well as a number of Italian seafood-pasta dishes. In our most recent visit, we opted for grilled scallops and grilled swordfish. Both were served without elaborate sauces, just grilled to perfection, tender and medium-rare, as we had asked. We requested no salt, and we asked for olive oil instead of butter, and the staff were happy to oblige (a real plus, as we find many restaurants are not able to accommodate these requests). The wine list is unremarkable, and it is not uncommon for the restaurant to run out of bread (which seems odd but isn't a major drawback). The restaurant has a small bar, and the atmosphere is casual, inviting, and lively (but not too noisy). A great choice for seafood fans in the hip Davis Square neighborhood.
4 based on 357 reviews
The Red House specializes in locally-sourced, European & Mediterranean inspired cuisine. Our seasonally changing menus features a variety seafood, poultry, and pasta dishes, many of which are prepared with greens and vegetables from our organic farm in Wi
We where 5 on a tour group and where looking for a light lunch and a refreshing drink. We made the best choice for us because there is on the menu a lot of so called * small plates dishes * we all picked a different plate and every one was really happy that we stopped at this place, as we had not make a reservation, we where offered the little terrace but that is what we were looking for anyway. The service was perfect and fast, and for the beer lovers, they do offer local beer !!
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.