Choose from Three Options
$22 for brunch for two (up to $57.70 value)
- Two entrees
- Two drinks, including mimosas
- Two optional kids menu items<p>
$40 for a seafood dinner for two (up to $70.85 value)
- Two entrees, valid for 1-lb lobster boil or chef’s special
- Two drinks, including wine and beer<p>
$75 for a seafood dinner for four ($141.70 value)
- Four entrees, valid for 1-lb lobster boil or chef’s special
- Four drinks, including wine and beer<p>
The current chef’s special is a bacon-wrapped swordfish medallion with veggies and rice. Click here for the dinner and drink menus. While not listed online, the brunch menu includes entrees such as lobster, breakfast tacos, and bagels with homemade lox. Brunch is available Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. <p>
Groupon customers may redeem this deal for take-out—if doing so, soda will substituted in place of alcohol.
New England Seafood Company Restaurant and Fish Market
With its lapping waves and watery vistas, Lake Michigan makes for a decent approximation of the much larger Atlantic Ocean, where Jeff Mazza feels most at home. Still, the owner of New England Seafood Company Restaurant and Fish Market could not shake a feeling of homesickness when he relocated to the Midwest. "Sitting on a deck eating some fried clams and some lobster rolls, that's every weekend pretty much. That's the stuff we miss and couldn't really find too much out here," he told ABC7’s Hungry Hound.
Rather than pining away and writing novel-length emails to the family dog, Mazza reflected on what he missed the most about New England and put together a plan. Soon enough, he and his brothers had opened a restaurant and market and were busy importing seafood freshly caught in the Atlantic’s waters. Today, their menu includes baked haddock, pan-seared crab cakes, and the aforementioned fried clams and lobster rolls of Jeff’s youth. The lobster rolls—with their cold lobster meat, buttery seasonings, and buns imported from Boston—seem to have won over the most local fans. Time Out Chicago ranked them as the best in the city and Serious Eats recently described them as "the purest, simplest version" of the sandwich found in Boston or Chicago.
3341 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60657