August 28, 2013 Jerry Remy’s Waterfront
We just had our annual summer retreat for my company. Finding a place that can hold 30 people without a room charge or a food and beverage minimum is tough. The folks over at Remy’s really took care of us. We had two long tables side by side inside, but right at the open windows – so we were set no matter what the weather was going to be. We started the day off doing a fun photo scavenger hunt, so by the time lunch came, we were famished. Sounds silly that we were tired from a photo scavenger hunt, but we are all fiercely competitive.
It had rained the night before, and it was cloudy all morning – with serious humidity, but by the time the afternoon rolled around, the day had cleared up completely. We could not have asked for better weather and the view from Remy’s was impressive.
We pre selected items for staff to choose from. I picked the lobster salad (above). I was hoping for large pieces of delicious sweet lobster, but this was shredded and heavy on the mayo, sort of made me think of a lobster sandwich at D’Angelo’s or something along those lines. The fries were the saving grace, they were delicious – crisp and salty.
We also had the key lime pie, that was good, but not great – not after tasting the turtle cheesecake at lease. The service was good, our waitresses were attentive – keeping our drinks filled and clearing away dishes quickly. Not the best food on the water, but the views make up for it.
250 Northern Ave