Seamore’s has been one of our go-to spots for casual seafood for a while now. There’s a good chance you’ve been, and, if you have, you’ll know what to expect from the newest location in Chelsea. It’s pretty much identical - with the same crispy fish tacos and Oddfellows soft-serve, and even the same open layout and beachy color scheme. You might find a few new things (poke tacos, for example), but it’s all about 99% familiar. And we don’t mind. Now we have somewhere to eat a fish sandwich in our sweats in Chelsea.
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