Fresh Seafood and Upscale Comfort Food for Two or Four at Victoria Station & Vic's Boathouse (40% Off)

Downtown Salem

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Customer Reviews

1,732 Ratings

The food was amazing. Jackie our server was very nice and helpful. Definite must order the scallops wrapped in bacon. Only downside was that the plate only came with 5, so I had to kill my date for the extra one.
William M. · February 17, 2016
Great atmosphere & beautiful views! We had the prime rib, gate cut, delicious, and quite a generous portion. We could've gotten just one to split, fantastic salad bar also.
Erin G. · February 16, 2016
great restaurant excellent server
Nancy J. · October 13, 2015

What You'll Get


Choose Between Two Options

  • $30 for $50 worth of comfort food for dinner for two or more
  • $60 for $100 worth of comfort food for dinner for four or more
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The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Apr 30, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for carryout. Dine-in only. Not valid on these blackout dates: 11/27,12/24,12/25,12/31, 1/1,2/14. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Victoria Station & Vic's Boathouse


Today, Victoria Station & Vic's Boathouse in Salem is unique—but it wasn't always. In 1970, inspired by the landmark Victoria Station in London, three Cornell Hotel School graduates created a restaurant with English touches, such as a bright-red phone booth and authentic train cars they'd turned into dining cars. They opened up in San Francisco, and the business grew. By the 1980s, there were almost 100 Victoria Station locations in the United States and around the world. Johnny Cash did a stint as their spokesman.

But the company filed for bankruptcy in 1986. Its rise and fall is documented in Tom Blake's book Prime Rib and Boxcars: Whatever Happened to Victoria Station? The waterfront Salem location was 99th and final location to open, and it's the only one left.

Today, the restaurant has gone in its own direction, drawing inspiration from both the restaurant's past and its current surroundings. Classic New England cuisine and old steak-house favorites mingle comfortably on the menu. The chefs coat haddock in a seasoned cracker crust to bake and serve with chardonnay and fresh lemon juice, and the slow-roasted prime rib that made the original restaurant famous still has a place on the menu. Diners can also order up house favorites, such as lobster mac 'n' cheese with five-cheese béchamel sauce and cornbread shallot crumbs, or they can opt for an Angus burger. The menu has earned the restaurant scores of accolades, including Best Waterfront Dining, Northshore Magazine, 2011–2013.

Vic's Boathouse, a bar and lounge at Victoria Station, opened in 2010 and has already earned the honor of Best Bar, North of 2012, according to Boston Magazine. Inside, diners can request a local or craft brew, order a martini, or pick from the pub menu. The bar hosts nightly live entertainment, including open-mic sessions, live musicians, and karaoke, which makes for lively evenings without the expense of hiring a DJ for family dinner.

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