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Best Boston Seafood Dinner - definition pleeze. (Moved from Boston)

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gyppielou | | Aug 23, 2007 08:34 AM

Searching the boards, and I often see posts regarding where to get the best seafood and am never quite sure how to respond.

This question is confusing to me. Best seafood would be fried or broiled, steamed or raw - lobster, shrimp, scallops, steamers, littlenecks, cherrystones, oysters, mussels. A great chowder starter, corn on the cob, sausage.....

I have enjoyed tuna at ECG, marlin at Neptune, and Fra Diavlo at Giaccamos - oysters and clams on the half shell all over the place. None of these have the best "Seafood Dinner" but do know how to treat fish and seafood properly.

So, has the definition changed regarding fish vs seafood, or do people not understand the difference?

Curious to offer advice, but can't define that advice.
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