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Visions of the Italian coastline flood in through faux archways painted on the walls at Scola’s Restaurant. While waiting for the main meal, guests can nibble on shrimp scampi and eggplant rollotini or settle a bitter arm-wrestling dispute once and for all. The chefs' classic Italian dishes include chicken cacciatore and shrimp piccata. There’s an ample seafood selection, too—steamed lobster, stuffed haddock, and broiled scallops—as well as a few American dishes, including a barbecue steak-tip dinner. Guests can also order up sandwiches such as a fried clam roll or meatball sandwich.
In addition stocking to an international assortment of wine and beer, the bartenders mix up martinis that range from classic cosmopolitans to the Starbucks martini, which combines Starbucks coffee liqueur and Stoli vanilla vodka within a chocolate-rimmed glass.
Hometown Seafoods' founder, Gene Marshall, uses 40 years in the seafood industry to craft a varietal menu of piscine delicacies. For private-dwelling mastication, take-home entrees—including fresh-baked haddock ($14.99/lb.) and a Cajun-inspired seafood jambalaya ($10.99/lb.)—team up with sides such as rice pilaf or fresh-made stuffed potatoes to feed offspring or the housecats who’ve taken them hostage. Within the restaurant's confines, appetizers such as land-and-sea-melding, bacon-wrapped scallops stir up appetites ($14.99/lb.) before boats of fried Maryland crab cakes ($8.95) navigate mouth-waters alongside fresh fried clams ($12.95). Grilled salmon showcases its diversity, offering itself as a beef-rivaling burger ($6.95) or full dinner replete with fresh veggies and rice pilaf ($11.95). Soups and chowders, including a local New England clam, provide creamy sustenance ($2.95–$9.95), and sandwiches such as lobster salad ($13.95–$18.95) and crabmeat ($8.95–$15.95) take up residence inside bready borders.
Chef Chad Finn doesn't do all his work inside the kitchen—he can often be found consulting mushroom hunters and fishermen at the market to find the freshest ingredients for his ode to the sea. Although the restaurant boasts the trappings of a genteel seaside pub—with its dark wood bar, wainscoting, and pair of armchairs framing curtained windows—the menu shows off Finn’s wide-ranging palate by adding Asian and Latin-American touches to many New England classics. Wasabi cream graces lump-meat crab cakes, coconut curry adds richness to sea scallops, and a touch of chipotle shows up in fish chowder, oysters, and salmon. The chefs also sear delicacies such as line-caught baby back ribs and beef tenderloin.
Located inside a sprawling white farmhouse, Tre Amici has a warm, inviting atmosphere that works equally well for a romantic dinner or a large banquet. Italian meals culminate with decadent desserts such as chocolate truffles, lemoncello cake, or individual cake pops plucked from a nearby orchard. Alternatively, a lighter bar menu provides snack options along with an extensive wine and martini list.
Fishing boats never dock at Brodie’s Seaport, but their hauls are a mainstay of the eatery’s menu. Chef Billy Glidden and his culinary team show off the versatility of oceanic catches by stuffing fresh North Atlantic lobster into buttered Brioche hot dog buns, sauteeing shrimp and scallops to top papardelle pasta, and frying fish to a golden brown for classic plates of fish and chips. Not only chefs of the sea, they complement their aquatic fare with custom-grilled Angus burgers, crowned with toppings such as blue cheese crumbles, onion rings, and sliced jalapenos and sandwiches such as the Italian sausage sandwich, a classic dish from before Italians learned how to sweet talk fish into their boats.
Situated on Salem’s scenic Pickering Wharf, Capt's Waterfront - Premium Steak & Seafood Grill provides guests with picturesque harbor views from its upstairs dining room and deck or first-floor bar and grill. While catching sports games playing on the widescreen televisions, guests in the bar and grill can overlook the harbor while cozied up next to the fireplace. Upstairs, the main dining area offers an ideal atmosphere for a romantic date or special event, with a full wine list and meals of charcoal-grilled steaks, lobster, and other market-fresh seafood. On Sundays, brunch momentarily takes over the eatery, with specialties such as lobster eggs benedict and apple-and-cheese French toast box served with a Bloddy Mary bar and bottomless coffees or espresso drinks.