The Best Places In New England to
Eat Local Seafood
Why Buying Locally Caught Seafood Matters
More Variety & Traceability: Restaurants get more variety and better traceability when they buy local catch from a local processor/distributor. Big food vendors and imported seafood, however, can not promise a short supply chain and do not regularly offer locally caught fish.
Contribute to Local Economy: Since restaurants order more fish per week than the average household, restaurants can play a larger role in revitalizing the domestic fishing industry. More orders leads to better income for our local fishermen and fisherwomen.
Introduce Guests to Their Local Seafood: Restaurant guests want access to their local fish- they want to experience monkfish, redfish, skate, and tautog! Restaurants that served local seafood stand out from all the others because they offer guests what others do not.
These restaurants regularly provide local and in-season fish to guests. Fish either comes from a CSF or from a local seller that buys from the fishermen. Let these restaurants show you your local seafood!
Falmouth Fish Market, East Falmouth
Mac's Fish House, Provincetown
Mac's Shack, Wellfleet
Mac's On the Pier, Wellfeet
Mac's Markets in Eastham, Wellfleet, Provincetown, and Truro
Bistro Les Gras, Northampton
River Valley Co-op, Northampton
The Alvah Stone, Montague
Daily Operation, Easthampton
Berkshore at the Tuesday Market, Northampton
(Provided by NHCS)
Throwback Brewery, North Hampton,
Local Eatery, Laconia
The Hancock Inn, Hancock
Vida Cantina, Portsmouth
Jumpin' Jays Fish Cafe, Portsmouth
One Hundred Club, Portsmouth
The Bedford Village Inn, Bedford
Franklin Oyster House, Portsmouth
The District, Portsmouth
Cure (seasonally), Portsmouth
Appledore Island Dining Hall, Atlantic Ocean
Row 34 (seasonally), Portsmouth
Oak House, Newmarket
Blind Pig Provisions, Kittery, ME
Atlantic Grill, Rye
Row 34, Boston
DOES YOUR BUSINESS SUPPORT OUR FISHERY? LET US KNOW!
If you think your business (restaurant, buyer, market, school etc.) supports our local fishery and you would like it to be known, please get in touch with us!