BEAUPORT HOTEL RESTAURANT PREVIEW AND OPENING TONIGHT!

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Last night I treated my husband Tom to a delicious dinner at the brand new Beauport Hotel’s fantastic restaurant “1606 at Beauport.” Usually he takes me, but I wanted to do something special for him. He helps me so much in myriad projects, but especially these past few months getting client’s gardens underway for the season. If you are looking for a special place to take a friend or loved one, along with a fresh and fabulous dining experience, head straight to 1606 at Beauport; you won’t disappointed!

1606 at Beauport copyright Kim Smith

1606 at Beauport -1 copyright Kim SmithNew American cuisine Chef Michael Bates Walsh and GMG FOB Terry Weber (Beauport’s director of publicity)

The service was simply outstanding. Dorothy, the hostess was friendly and welcoming, as was our waitress Nicole. The nautically inspired decor reflects the heritage and spirit of Gloucester and each table appears to have a panoramic view of the water. For larger groups, the deep marine blue leather upholstered semi-circular banquettes looked wonderfully cozy and inviting.

Guests are invited to order from either menu, the fine dining menu and/or the tavern menu. Every entree and appetizer on both menus looked very enticing and it was very difficult to choose. Tom had the tomato soup (rich and flavorful of sun ripened tomatoes) and swordfish served on a bed of mushroom risotto and pesto crème fraîche. The cut of swordfish was nearly two inches thick and cooked perfectly, browned on the outside and sweet and tender inside. I had the very super delicious organic field greens salad with maple glazed pecans and goat cheese and without a doubt, is a new favorite. My mussels were served in a tasty saffron broth–every bite, plump, juicy, and delicious.

I am crazy about crème brûlée and try it where ever we go. Chef Bates Walsh’s does not disappoint, with a touch of expresso flavoring and the perfect ratio of custard to caramel! The exquisite food, welcoming staff, and lovely decor made for an utterly delightful evening.

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1606 at Beauport hours of operation: Breakfast: 7 AM – 11 AM. Lunch: 11:30 AM – 4 PM. Dinner: 5 – 10 PM. An additional Bar/Tavern Menu is available from 4 PM – 11 PM. The 1606 at Beauport and the adjoining bar are open to the public (starting Monday, today!)

For the most up to date information on 1606 at Beauport, visit their Facebook page here.

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The views from every vantage point are spectacular!

Gloucester City Hall and skyline copyright Kim Smith Pavillion Beach Greasy Pole copyright Kim Smith

10 thoughts on “BEAUPORT HOTEL RESTAURANT PREVIEW AND OPENING TONIGHT!

    1. Our pleasure beauporthotel!! Thank you for your wonderful hospitality and for the invitation to take part in the grand opening. We are looking forward to returning for many more fun times!

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  1. Excellent review! One very lucky hubby and what a great place – just in time for summer time too 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

    Birdseye view too, no pun intended! 🙂 Dave

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  2. Great place, view and food. I am going back for lunch now. already tried the breakfast with hubby. The beach is nice too.

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