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Two places of well-known fish restaurant chain Authorized Sea Meals are reopening for takeout about three months after in-restaurant eating was shut down in Massachusetts because the coronavirus pandemic took maintain.
Authorized Harborside in Boston’s Seaport will begin serving takeout June 18, whereas the Chestnut Hill location of Authorized Sea Meals will start per week later, the corporate mentioned. Moreover, the restaurant in Boston will serve meals on its patio beginning June 20, with outside eating deliberate on the Chestnut Hill location quickly as properly.
When the pandemic hit, Authorized Sea Meals’ greater than 30 eating places fully closed, with out providing takeout or supply, a choice that President and CEO Roger Berkowitz spoke to NBC10 Boston about in our new podcast, “The Dish I Miss.” He mentioned the corporate did not suppose takeout was viable off the bat and wanted to determine how one can safely social distance in kitchens.
“We’re within the fish enterprise and individuals are going to eat fish and we simply have to determine what’s the very best avenue for them to have scrumptious New England or different seafood merchandise that we provide.”
Now, Authorized Sea Meals plans to open extra eating places because the summer time continues, however hasn’t offered concrete dates for the opposite places. The takeout menu for the opening is smaller than the standard fare, with simply 4 mains, two soups and two appetizers.
However the chain is delivery its meals nationwide by its On-line Fish Market as properly.
That brings the restaurant again to its roots — it started as Authorized Sea Meals fish market in Cambridge’s Inman Sq., one thing Berkowtiz reminisced about in our interview.
Take heed to our free podcast, “The Dish I Miss,” the place Boston cooks clarify what they miss cooking diners through the coronavirus disaster. It is on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.