Three words: Boston knows seafood. I've seen this demonstrated in seafood restaurants throughout Bean Town, but after dining at the Daily Catch it must be said again!
Here you see the Aglio Olio, which is a fresh, homemade black linguine made with squid ink, ground calamari, olive oil, garlic, and anchovy.
I love when restaurants bring out your dish on something other than a plate, like this skillet! It gives such a rustic feel to the meal and really sets it apart from your usual dining experiences.
I ordered the scrumptious Mussels Marinara, which also came out in a skillet and had gorgeous presentation. The P.E.I. mussels topped a serving of pasta and were drenched in a red marinara sauce and garnish.
This dish was seriously yummy, but sometimes the mussels had little hard rocks in them which was a little jolting. One of them looked like a pearl, but I'm pretty sure only oysters make those.
I loved this jellyfish painting in the restaurant. The ambiance overall really made you feel like you were in a little fishing village, chowing down on the catch of the day.
Comment Challege: For all you seafood lovers, what's your favorite oceanic dish?
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