We highly recommend the clam chowder, the warm lobster roll, and the haddock tacos. Corn bread to start was warm and tasty. Highly recommend!
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I used to think the Gloucester House was a tourist trap, like Anthony's Pier Four. True, it hosts a lot of political fundraisers and business events, but the GloHo is definitely a local hangout. The owners, the Linquata family, run a tight ship. The fish...More
We were part of a bus trip and were given the opportunity to go to the Glouster House. First, it was a yucky rainy day...made so much better by our dinner. A group of 40 all in one room with room for all of us...More
Fantastic setting with great food and wonderful views. The pan fried sole and the clam linguine are absolutely incredible.
On a weekday evening, since all the booths by the windows were taken we were seated at a round table at the rear of the dining area back by the end wall. The daylight view is surely better. The wait staff were prompt and businesslike,...More
My husband and I went here for dinner after a neighboring whale watch tour. The food was good, and served quickly, but that's all I can say for it. It was very traditional, but not very original. The cole slaw was clearly a preshredded cabbage...More
Large selection of fresh and well prepared seafood . Service was excellent. They have free parking behind the paid city lot so watch for the separate entrance
Nice place by the seafront serving all the traditional that needs to be on the menu. Went with two colleagues and we all tried different main courses. All were ok to good. The restaurant has a good location seemed to be popular = a lot...More