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75 on Liberty Wharf Restaurant Review: A step inside this 1,500-square-foot restaurant in the Seaport District reveals a floor-to-ceiling view of Boston Harbor, which alone is worth the visit. With a location right on the water, it’s only fitting that the menu is seafood-focused, with dishes from steamed mussels, cocktail shrimp and crispy calamari to crab cakes and char-grilled Atlantic salmon. Pair up a spicy dirty martini with blue cheese-stuffed olives and pepperoncini with a simple dish of pasta caprese, a hearty portion of linguine with tomatoes, mozzarella and basil topped with Parmesan. The Nantucket seafood stew is a bargain at under $20 for a bowl full of shrimp, scallops, salmon, swordfish, halibut and sea bass. Be sure to save some room for the peanut butter cheesecake that you can linger over with an Irish coffee while watching the boats pull in and out of the harbor.