Boston Sea Party was a Celebration of Sea Food


Here is another restaurant I have only heard about from their commercials, Boston Sea Party. The chain of seafood restaurants no longer exists, but they got their start and delicious pun of name around 1976, during the U.S. Bicentennial. It looks like an all you can eat Red Lobster-type place, which would have been very popular with my family had they opened one in our area of New Jersey.

Anyone ever experience the magic of a Boston Sea Party? Is it all I hope it was?


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3 thoughts on “Boston Sea Party was a Celebration of Sea Food

  1. Linda says:

    There was one in Omaha, Nebraska. It cost roughly $25 per person and that gave you access to the salad bar, hot and cold seafood bars as well as an entree off the menu with your choice of 2 sides. It was an awesome place to eat.

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