Before fishermen discovered the edibility of fish, they used each catch as bait for larger species, hoping in the end to hook the biggest fish of all—friendship. Enjoy catches of all sizes with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of seafood cuisine at Latitude 43 in Gloucester.
Latitude 43 pacifies rolling appetites with fresh fishes purchased from local Gloucester fishermen—explore the expressive dinner menu to discover alluring presentations of land and sea cuisine alike. Enjoy the freshest possible flavors with the catch of the day, baked straight from the deep blue and served with buttery fingerling potatoes and seasonal vegetables ($18), or stick to the earth-dwelling flavors of a braised-beef pot roast, with mustard spaetzle, winter vegetables, bacon, horseradish, and roasted-garlic jus ($25).
Latitude 43's green facility features locally sourced granite, reclaimed décor and building materials, energy-efficient systems, and a host of other eco-friendly features, taking some of the guilt and awkwardness out of future meetings with Mother Nature. Dine beneath the Coast Guard rescue boat hanging from the ceiling or under the watchful gaze of a 16-foot iron octopus.
- We've been to Latitude 43 twice now in the past year, and have had very good meals, friendly service and the opportunity for good conversation. – MichaelG_CT, TripAdvisor
- The atmosphere was simply stunning! On top of that, the food was breath-taking. Prices were reasonable and service was above average. This establishment is run by someone who gets it! – Brian, Google Maps
Though it overlooks Gloucester Harbor, where fishermen haul in the restaurant's supply of fresh fish and lobster, the dining room of Latitude 43 feels like it's underwater. The hull of a 36-foot Coast Guard rescue boat hangs overhead, a 16-foot iron-and-glass octopus sculpture wrought by a local iron artist dangles above the sushi bar, and a harbor mural painted by local artists enlivens the walls. The aromas of coastal cuisine waft through the oceanic interior, signaling the arrival of dishes such as grilled local swordfish, more than 17 sushi rolls, and a host of non-seafood entrees that can be prepared in gluten-free or vegetarians versions.
Because a strong ecosystem produces healthy fish, Latitude 43's restaurateurs do their part to ensure earth's well-being with their green facility. Recycled materials compose the tiles in the kitchen and around the sushi bar, and the deck's sunshades heat the dishwasher's hot water while shading guests from the sun’s deadly laser beams. An oceanfront patio hosts feasts in the summertime, while a fireplace made from locally sourced granite keeps diners cozy in the winter.
25 Rogers St.
Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930