NOW, THIS IS SEA WOR­THY!

WHET YOUR SUM­MER PAL­ETTE WITH THESE LIP-SMACK­ING NEW SEAFOOD DISHES.

Boston Common - - CONTENTS - BY SARA CORNELL

Whet your sum­mer pal­ette with these lip-smack­ing seafood dishes.

While the mantra “Fish are friends, not food” may hold true for diehard Find­ing Dory fans, any Bos­to­nian worth their salt (wa­ter) knows that seafood is where it’s at dur­ing the sa­cred days of sum­mer. Be­tween Boston proper and the is­lands, we’ve got five—count ‘em, five!—new eater­ies worth the ferry, Uber, or bike ride. Go on, get your fish on.

PUBLICO STREET BISTRO & GAR­DEN

The new­est kid on the hip­ster Southie block is Publico Street Bistro & Gar­den, a Latin Amer­i­can-in­spired eatery with an open-air atrium for al­fresco din­ing. Chef Keenan Lan­glois has cre­ated a menu of bold fla­vored foods with a global in­flu­ence to get your sum­mer siz­zling. Or­der up a Luchador cock­tail (Her­radura Sil­ver, gin­ger, cu­cum­ber, mint, and lime) to start your evening, fol­lowed by ce­viche with ser­rano pep­pers and leche de ti­gre. The night will only get hot­ter. 11 Dorch­ester St., South Boston, 617-622-5700; pub­li­co­boston.com

REELHOUSE

Nes­tled in East Boston’s new­est lux­ury build­ing, The Eddy,

Chef Marc Or­faly is cre­at­ing a new world. “Nan­tucket meets Mi­ami,” is how he de­scribes his new restau­rant, ReelHouse. The seafood: The Grand Shell­fish Plat­ter takes your raw bar

The seafood char­cu­terie board at ReelHouse is al­most too pretty to eat. Al­most.

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