Row 34

Indulge with caviar and champagne



Look like a pro by eating caviar the way connoisseurs do — right off of your hand.

Photo by Morgan Yeager Photography

Find a great selection of oysters at Row 34, including their eponymous Row 34. This select oyster was the inspiration for the Island Creek Oyster Bar and its Fort Point Row 34 Boston location.

The Portsmouth location’s raw bar also includes smoked scallops, mackerel pâté and tuna crudo. The dinner menu offers salmon with lentils and Brussels sprouts ($26), swordfish with cremini mushrooms and a risotto cake ($28), roasted chicken ($24) and a flat iron steak ($29). Add on a fried oyster for $4.

An oyster tasting to start your meal is a must, and something from the nice selection of white and sparkling wines is an excellent way to complement this first course. 

Ring in the New Year with oysters, caviar and champagne. On New Year’s Eve, owner Jeremy Sewall offers his annual pairing of Ossetra caviar and NV Krug Grande Cuvée champagne — at cost — for this one night only. In addition to the regular menu, special items include twice-baked potatoes stuffed with caviar, traditional caviar service, potato latke with smoked salmon and Ossetra caviar and duck egg salad with caviar on toast. Happy New Year! 

Row 34
5 Portwalk Place
Portsmouth
(603) 319-5011
Open for lunch and dinner daily

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