Taste of DTX: Sensational Seafood Dishes in Downtown Crossing
The 2nd Annual Taste of Downtown Crossing is on Sunday, September 24th from 12-3 pm. The Taste is a celebration of diverse food, culture and entertainment. The event is gated on Avenue de Lafayette; patrons may purchase tickets online prior to the event for $25/person or at the event for $30/person. For more information about Taste of Downtown Crossing visit www.TasteofDTX.com. Check out event updates on Facebook or Twitter. You can also join the conversation using #TasteofDTX.
Here are a few of the restaurants participating in the Taste of Downtown Crossing that serve up delicious seafood dishes.
Treat yourself to a sophisticated seafood dish in Downtown Crossing. Not sure where to go? Check out our list of restaurants participating in the Taste that serve sensational seafood dishes in Downtown Crossing.
ARTISAN BISTRO (10 AVERY ST.)
Artisan Bistro is one of Downtown Crossing’s most sophisticated restaurants and has tons of delightful, locally sourced, seafood dishes to choose.
Fan Favorite: Lobster Tacos
If you’re looking for a great way to start off a special seafood dinner, look no further than the infamous lobster tacos! Fresh and flavorful lobster meat packed inside mini taco shells is a tasty creation like no other.
Customer Review: “Our table shared the lobster tacos, which were small, but delicious. Miniature finger-food sized tacos that pack a punch with flavor. And lobster in November? Hells to the yes on that one.”
Customer Review: “Absolutely delectable!” and “Linguini and trio of clams is a lemony perfection.”
MARLIAVE (10 BOSWORTH ST.)
Marliave is Boston’s fourth oldest restaurant. For more than 100 years they have served some of the freshest French and Italian inspired seafood cuisine you can find in Boston.
Fan Favorite: Happy Hour Oysters
Marliave’s happy hour oysters is a meal and a deal that you cannot miss! Come by between the hours of 4 and 6 pm and then again from 9 and 10 pm to dive into their endless, half-off oysters.
Customer Review: “DOLLAR and fifty cent OYSTERS WIN! Marliave does not give you partially shucked, slimy, sandy oysters just because you came for their happy hour oysters. I appreciate that :)”
PABU (3 FRANKLIN ST.)
PABU presents a modern twist on traditional Izakaya-style dining. Specialties include seasonal small plates, as well as Chef Ken’s award-winning sushi and sashimi, fresh house-made tofu, okonomiyaki and tempura. Ranging from fresh seafood to delicately constructed sushi platters, PABU has a dish for every taste!
Fan Favorite: Happy Hour Small Plates. Try some small plates of oysters, edamame, handrolls, Tokyo fried chicken ‘karaage’ and many more. All ranging from $2-$7. Monday through Friday from 3 pm to 6 pm.
Customer Review: “Excellent sushi, but the cocktails were fabulous. The decor here is stunning, and the service was top notch, highly recommended Boston spot for dinner with friends.”