Thursday, October 15, 20202 by Dana Donnelly
Hingham Maritime Center’s 4th Annual Harbor Feast 2Go features thirteen local restaurants that are serving up a wide variety of specialty meals for all tastes and price points on Saturday, October 24, 2020.
The general public is invited to view the full menu and place their orders at harborfeast.com.
The event also includes a live streamed concert with Aldous Collins and Hingham’s own Robin and Matt Teague, as well as fun swag bags accompanying each order.
Local restaurants are at the heart of this endeavor and our communities. The proceeds from Harbor Feast will be shared amongst HMC and participating restaurants including Hingham’s Alma Nove, Boathouse Bistro, Greenside Grille, The Quarry, The Snug, Stars on Hingham Harbor, Tosca, Trident Galley & Raw Bar, and Square Café. Other local food purveyors involved include Clandestine Kitchen (Duxbury), The Corner Stop (Cohasset), Jake’s Seafood, (Hull), and The Townshend (Quincy).
The Townshend serves up a great way to kick off the night with their “James Bond Happy Meal” that includes Island Creek Oysters’ Sterling caviar, frozen Vesper cocktails, and Pol Roger Champagne for two.
Dinner menu offerings range from Greenside Grille’s sweet potato ricotta gnocchi and cider braised pork chops to pulled pork and all the fixings from The Quarry, both sold as individual meals. The Square Café presents a romantic dinner for two with a bottle of wine, autumn salad, grilled pork tenderloin, and coconut cream pie.
Local brewer Shakesbeer’s “Act One” IPA is paired with Jake’s fresh lobster roll kit for two. For a more casual meal, Stars on Hingham Harbor presents several sandwich choices served with chips, cookies, and a bottled water.
Several family style meals are featured including Alma Nove’s Caesar salad, chicken marsala with sides, and bottle of wine. Other four-person selections are Boathouse Bistro’s house salad and shrimp scampi, Trident Galley’s braised short ribs over butternut squash risotto and roasted vegetables, and Tosca’s Caesar salad, pressed natural chicken, and warm apple crostata.
All of these and more can be found online at harborfeast.com. Each restaurant is providing a limited number of their selection, and orders must be placed by Wednesday, October 21 in order to give the restaurants enough time to prepare.
Meals, accompanying swag bags, and concert live streaming instructions can be picked up from the chosen restaurant on event day between 4:00-6:00pm. Clandestine Kitchen meals will be available from Ralph’s Hingham Wine Merchant.
This year’s Harbor Feast is made possible by many community sponsors including: The Hingham Anchor, FoxRock Properties, South Shore Bank, Derby Street Shops, Fitness Together, Harbor Media, Everybody Water, Oak Development & Design, Darleen Lannon Real Estate, McDevitt Law Group P.C., Ruby Wines, Inc., Smith Yacht Sales, Aldous Collins, Barrel House Z, Mass MVMNT, Ralph’s Hingham Wine Merchant, Scarlet Oak Tavern, Shakesbeer, Strän, Robin and Matt Teague, and Trader Joe’s.
For more information about the full Harbor Feast festivities, including the HMC Ergathon 5K Challenge, please see the Hingham Anchor article from October 5.
HMC is one of Massachusetts’s first non-profit community boating organizations and has been providing access to Hingham Harbor through sailing, rowing, and maritime education at an affordable cost since 1971. Questions about HMC programming and/or Harbor Feast may be directed to [email protected].