43 cent wings + a cold beer = game day perfection
“Forget Cape Cod — visit serene Cape Ann…
The sushi chefs at Latitude 43, on Rogers Street, carved me a huge platter of tender sashimi and spicy California rolls.”
Minglewood Tavern and Latitude 43 are partnering with Sam Adams and the Pour One Forward program.
On Sunday, October 16th we’re donating a percentage of all food sales to local food-based organizations in honor of World Food Day.
For a limited time, Rewards Card Members can earn points when purchasing gift cards at any Serenitee restaurant.
Because restaurants sell 70 percent of the seafood consumed in the United States, chefs are hugely influential in creating market trends, so Latitude 43’s chef Ryder Ritchie wants you to know there’s nothing fishy about dogfish. Or, for that matter, monkfish. Or pogies, or skate, or pollock, hake, tusk, or even, once you get the hang of them, those ubiquitous little invasive crustaceans, green crabs.
Make your reservations now for the Third Annual Maritime Gloucester Dinner at Latitude 43, highlighting Gloucester’s sustainable seafood.
Looking for something to do with the kiddos this week? Latitude 43 is offering make your own sundaes now through Friday in honor of school vacation. Picture it: You have a refreshing cocktail in one hand and chopsticks in the other, all while the kids work diligently on their sundae masterpiece. It almost sounds too good to be true.
Whether you snag a seat with a water view or one by the cozy fire, Latitude 43 is a perfect destination for celebrating with that special someone. Top it off with delicious specials like Bourbon-Glazed Pork Belly, Pan Seared Artic Char with a honey-lavender glaze, or Red Velvet Cake with expresso gelato & fresh berries and you’re sure to impress this Valentine’s Day.