Tag Archives: Eats
Absolutely Tremendous Flavor, Portions, Food Freshness and Quality and Value. Great friendly service, clean, Tacos Lupita has to be my favorite addition to the Gloucester food scene in a long time.
Updated Menu below-
I feel like every time I do a post about breakfast in Gloucester I have to attach the “We are so blessed to have so many awesome breakfast joints in Gloucester” disclaimer but there are a couple that are just straight up special and have been executing perfectly for decades. George’s is one of the elite of the elite in town. If you haven’t gone there recently you’re really missing out. nephew BJ is monster fan of the breakfast boats shown here-
A Bronx Tale is in my top 10 all time movies, my favorite scene was in the bar when the bikers came in and Chazz delivers the classic line- “Now Youse Can’t Leave.” You gotta watch the YouTube clip of that scene just below this picture.
Aurelia Nelson is the host of Curtain Up on North Shore 104.9 and has been hosting the movie nights at The Harbor Walk. Her show Curtain Up! with Aurelia Nelson airs Sundays 9 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. You can listen to the last Curtain Up taped July 21 by clicking here
If you need a quick gift idea or would like to treat yourself and your family you can purchase one of Sista Felicia’s Cookbooks here-
We will be reopening fall 2014 with Chef Paolo Laboa in the kitchen. Paolo’s menu will consist of genuine Northern Italian cuisine that showcases the freshest, local ingredients at approachable prices.
If you want to catch Paolo before the opening, he will be touring the Serenitee Group restaurants. Paolo will work the team to create a signature dish that reflects his interpretation of the restaurant’s cuisine.
Head to Facebook for more information on where Paolo is: https://www.facebook.com/AlchemyBistro
On Niles Beach, natch.
It's official! The Holy Cow is coming back! @Gloucester_MA
— Holy Cow (@HolyCowTweets) July 1, 2014
Construction is underway at 80 Pleasant St. We're transforming this old town favorite into something new & exciting! pic.twitter.com/oaWIexKTci
— Holy Cow (@HolyCowTweets) July 1, 2014
Not to be confused with Katrina’s on Rogers Street, this is on Railroad Ave near Donut Jims.
Toby Pett forwards this info-
Katerina’s Place…workers say target opening date 7.1.14….with 9.1.14 target date to include breakfast. ..former owner of Supreme. ..if you liked Supreme you will like Katerina’s…
Recently, Hannah and I decided to make a new fresh ceviche recipe. Next we pitched some fresh chips in oil we keeps it real. Now look closely at the bowl and at my chip. There’s a secret ingredient thats creatively thrown in the mix here. Can you see it? Do you know what it is? Is it local? Was it alive? Is it Vegan?
Now if all the guesses are just way off, I’ll drop a new hint…and so on.
Based on your recommendation everyone at work grabbed something different from Surf Side Sub.
Here’s my “out of this world” Melanzane pizza!
This is the inaugural episode of my new series that showcases anything I’m really diggin’ at the moment. And right now, I’m feeling me some SURFRIDER PIZZA. You may know that they have great subs on fresh baked bread, but do you know how awesome the pie is there? This place churns out some amazing specialty pies, one of my favorites being the Pollo Pesto, trust. But in this episode, I go in deep for the classic: pepperoni and cheese. For me, it’s all about hand tossed, freshly made thin crust. I’m not about some sweet sauce either, that’s just wrong. Some call in New York style, I call it proper. Whether it’s a white garlic pizza, pesto, red sauce, you name it, SURFRIDER has something for ya!
In case you haven’t noticed, Gloucester now has its very own resident cruise ship, The Beauport Princess. And what a beauty it is! If you haven’t yet been aboard, this would be a good week to check it out because they’re offering “special introductory pricing.” And on Friday, June 13, we’re producing a concert cruise featuring The Toasters (on their 2014 world tour) with a special reunion of Mile 21. Tickets include the concert, Gloucester Harbor cruise and a party buffet featuring Seaport Grille’s world famous lobster rolls! Get tickets here.
This week we launched a new website for Beauport Princess (see here). And we built it using a “responsive design” (just like we did for The Cave — see our post about that here), which means it optimizes the viewing experience for what ever device you’re using: computer, tablet or phone. For example, here’s what it looks like on a computer:
Here’s what it looks like on a smart-phone. Notice the menu is optional. It will automatically drop down when you tap on the menu icon (at the right of the bar with the word HOME in it).
Many other things have changed as well. And if you turn your phone sideways it will change again — automatically.
If you tap the phone number at the top-right, your phone will automatically initiate a call to book a cruise.
This new website also works beautifully on an iPad and any tablet.
And best of all, the new website uses the same exact HTML code and content (photos, writing, graphics, cruise list, etc.) to display on the phone, tablet and computer. (You can read a more detailed explanation of why you should build your next website using this type of responsive design here.)
Check out the new Beauport Princess website on all of your devices and see how it looks.
But don’t let that be a substitute for getting aboard. How many people can say they live in a town with a cruise ship they can go on for an evening any time they like!