I have no idea how they put out the quality food and huge portions that they do at The Causeway but I’m not about to question it- the formula just works. People drive from Upstate New York just to eat here.
This is the time of year to eat here. I don’t even bother in the summer because I’m not the kinda guy that waits a half hour for a seat at a restaurant. But this time of year you can get in, especially if you go just before noon or just after noon.
The Fish on Fridays series is a collaboration between Gloucester photographers Kathy Chapman and Marty Luster. Look for various aspects of Gloucester’s centuries-old fishing industry highlighted here on Fridays.
This week Kathy visited the Causeway Restaurant for a bowl of their seafood chowder, her favorite. For $7, it’s a meal and a half. Highly recommended, but to avoid waiting for a table, try the off hours.
Photos © Kathy Chapman 2013
I stopped in at the Causeway to pickup my favorite fish chowder in Gloucester and found at packed house, and people waiting outside.
Photo ThomFalzarano Iphone
Nothing else needs to be said – DELICIOUS
Peter, Enza and the crew do a wonderful job preparing some of the best dishes in the area. Always a wonderful dining experience at the Causeway Restaurant.
Chicken Abruzzi is a great way to fuel up! Chicken roasted peppers, artichoke hearts, sun-dried tomato & capers in a lemon sauce served over ziti. Awesome!
I can always count on Causeway for a consistently delicious meal. It’s a great go to place for family visiting from out of town. The seafood selection is great, portions are large, and the staff always friendly. Well worth the wait! Perfect for a rainy day like today.
We started with the amazing clam chowder (the fish chowder is great too!) and shared the mussels appetizer, by the time our entrees arrived we were stuffed and came home with a lot of leftovers. Yay, no cooking for the rest of the week!
Here’s a shot of my leftover linguine with white clam sauce, it looks almost untouched! Check out all those clams!
Causeway also has a Facebook page where you can follow their specials… http://www.facebook.com/CausewayRestaurant?sk=wall
No need to eat the bread, the haddock was plenty on it’s own.