Market Restaurant On Lobster Cove Gulf Coast Benefit Dinner

Market Restaurant On Lobster Cove writes-

This coming Thursday, June 10th 2010: Join us for a special 3-course fixed menu featuring the seafood of the Gulf Coast.  Proceeds will be sent to aid the fishermen and their families — refugees of environmental disaster.

33 River Rd

Gloucester, MA 01930

For More About The Market  Restaurant On Lobster Cove Check The Coverage Here

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2 comments

  • I visited last Sunday hoping to find lunch. Still pounding nails and smelled of fresh paint. Can’t wait for this one.

    Fun Fact: The dock at this restaurant is famous to someone like me from Woods Hole. It is where Alpheus Hyatt tied up his research boat in 1878. That was the beginning of the Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratories (MBL) which he moved to Woods Hole in 1888. He lived right across the cove. (That house is still there and was already really old when Hyatt bought it.)

    In Woods Hole they think the MBL began in 1888 and sell Tee-Shirts with that date emblazoned on them. They’re wrong. It all began in Annisquam in 1878.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpheus_Hyatt

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norwood-Hyatt_House

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  • This was one of the best meals and freshest meals I have had in a long, long time. Coming from a family that owned a restaurant for 47 years that says alot!
    Can’t wait to go back!

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