Taste of Turner Fisheries: Lunch

With crocus buds peeking out and (slightly) warmer days, also comes new beginnings. After a winter hiatus, the team at Turner Fisheries is excited to debut a refreshed lunch menu and new General Manager, Kelly Sprouse and Assistant Manager, Ben de la Cretaz. The entire team is dedicated to putting Turner Fisheries on the map as one of the top lunch destinations in the Back Bay.

The contemporary lunch menu is composed of New England seafood dishes with modern twists. The competitively priced menu is broken down into starters, salads, sandwiches, entrees, and a raw bar. Standouts include: Turners “Hall of Fame” (and gluten free) Clam Chowder with house-made oyster crackers; Cobb Salad with Maine lobster meat, Jonah Crab, heirloom tomato, soft poached egg, Boston lettuce, and chevre; Lobster BLT with Maine lobster, double smoked bacon, avocado, Boston lettuce, and tomato; Crab Cake Sandwich with Jonah Crab, remoulade and brioche; Grilled Salmon Filet with quinoa, English peas, kaffir lime glaze.

With a drive toward efficiency, the team has streamlined procedures to offer guests a complete lunch in 30-45 minutes. Guests can enjoy dining in the greenhouse with large windows and skylights or have a seat in the lounge area.

With lunch service offered Monday – Saturday, 11:30am – 2:00pm, Turners meets the needs of professionals, shoppers and tourists alike who want excellent food and service.

We look forward to welcoming you!

 
 

Anna DeLeo

A communications & digital marketing professional, shoe addict, espresso-drinker and fashionista who is into creating conversation and connections, Anna is a proponent of using social media in business and is very active in the Boston social media scene. Immersed in work all day (with plenty of fun and quad tall skinny lattes thrown in as well), by night she enjoys the simplicity of an authentic Italian meal paired with prosecco and stimulating conversation, inclusive of snarky banter surrounding local Boston politics and sports.

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