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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Turner Fisheries Restaurant & Bar

10 Huntington Ave. (Dartmouth St.) Send to Phone
Creative fresh seafood dishes at the juncture of tourism and business in Copley Place.


Lunch & Dinner Mon.-Sat.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Turner Fisheries Restaurant & Bar, Boston, MA

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Turner Fisheries Restaurant & Bar Restaurant Review

: Sapphire hues, floor-to-ceiling windows that look out onto Copley Square, and dramatically mod light fixtures make a striking backdrop for this upscale fish house in The Westin Copley Place. Because the hotel caters to conventioneers, the menu must as well, to some degree. However, chowder and other dishes remain the exception to the rule among an appealingly inventive repertoire, showing Asian influences here, Mediterranean pull there, and a knack for keeping things light all over. Starters include crispy calamari, tuna two ways, and grilled oysters with maitake mushroom Riesling cream. Don't miss the "hall of fame" clam chowder full of clams and potatoes. Entrées range from a hybrid striped bass and seafood risotto to natural beef strip loin with truffle butter, and grilled pomegranate tofu with ginger fried rice. We recommend the Boston cream pie with almonds for dessert. The wine list is varied and reasonable, especially for Back Bay, with plenty of bottles under $50.

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