Underutilized Seafood Dinner to Benefit Maritime Gloucester

As much as we hate to think about it, a lot of the seafood that was once associated with Gloucester is now no longer actually landed here. That said, there are still many, tasty species of fish that are caught off of Gloucester’s shores.

Latitude 43 and Maritime Gloucester have teamed up again for the Second Annual Maritime Gloucester Dinner to showcase underutilized, local seafood. The four-course menu highlights the fresh seafood and each course is thoughtfully paired with “underutilized” wine varietals, to offer new ideas for seafood & wine pairings.

The dinner will be held on Tuesday, May 19th at 6:30 PM at Latitude 43. Please call (978.281.0223) for reservations as space is limited.

A portion of the evening’s proceeds will go to benefit the Maritime Gloucester.

Full menu with wine pairings below…


Hake & Clam Chowder with house made linguica, green garlic oil, served with house made oyster crackers

Prosecco Bartolomeo Breganze DOC    Veneto, IT

“Scalloped” Skate Wing, sun choke puree, green spring vegetables, red fish skin cracker

2013 Gruner Veltliner   Hugl, AT

Crunchy Red Fish, Jonah crab & lemon beurre blanc, charred asparagus & mushroom fregola sarda

2013 Vermentino ‘Costamolino’ Argiolas    Sardinia, IT

Lemon Trifle with fresh strawberries

Moscato d’Asti

$60 per person, includes four courses with wine pairings (excludes tax & gratuity)