My favorite summer restaurant, The Market at Lobster Cove, serving some traditional local foods in new ways with sincere emphasis on local – like moist, house-smoked haddock on a bed of tender shaved fennel and radishes - has a wine list. Click to continue »
The Market at Lobster Cove
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Amelia O’Reilly and Nico Monday arrived in Gloucester last spring with beaming smiles and an enormous paella pan. They rented a pile of gray timbers simply called The Market at Lobster Cove in Annisquam and turned it into one of the best food destinations on Cape Ann, limiting the menu only to what they could find in the fields and fish markets from Lanesville to Maine. Click to continue »
We’re at the end of the peninsula, the last stop before Portugal, a tiny town that has proudly but quietly celebrated fame in the form of lobster, granite, and art. (The light on our little harbor is no less beautiful than the coast of Italy or France.)
But click on this site to find out why Rockport is about to present an autumn event so traditional it’s hip, so local it’s global, so filled with truly the best Cape Ann and New England foods, music and entertainment, it will soon be the fall tradition for which to drive to the end of the line.
After the thunder and lightning rolled away on Thursday evening, we drove to Annisquam to attend the soft opening of The Market at Lobster Cove. Springtime New England ingredients have rarely been treated so artfully.