OK, this is what you need to know-
They are shooting for an April 1st opening.
It is owned by the same company that owns Espresso in East Gloucester but it will be operated as a stand alone restaurant under that company umbrella.
If you, like me had thoughts that this space was going to look like a dungeon inside let me tell you now that people are going to be blown away by the complete upscale renovation inside. I obviously can’t speak to the food because it isn’t opened but they pulled out all the stops on the decor. Money obviously was not an issue.
I was scratching my head when I heard that there was going to be another seafood restaurant in that area thinking that there was already a ton of restaurants in that area of Main/Rogers Street and that average just won’t cut it but let me tell you if the food and service are on par with the interior renovation they just may have a shot.
It takes balls to open a restaurant in the thick of at least a dozen great restaurants within a quarter of a mile radius. They must feel good about their prospects in our beloved City. They will be representing at Taste of Cape Ann Sponsored by the Gloucester Daily Times at Cruiseport Wednesday March 23rd. I’ll be interested to talk to the chef and get their perspective on what they will be bringing to The Gloucester Table.
For more info about the Taste of Cape Ann Event at Cruiseport click here